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Homebrew vapour phase...?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 14 09:38:02 EDT 2010 | isd_jwendell

What was the price?

Homebrew vapour phase...?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 11 21:17:46 EDT 2010 | whitewing

I was wondering how hard it would be to make a homebrew vapour phase oven, to avoid the problems with very cheap conventional batch ovens, in particular uniformity. I've seen a reference here to a pasta cooker VP setup, but the image link is dead no

Homebrew vapour phase...?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 14 11:35:39 EDT 2010 | whitewing

500 English Pounds

Homebrew vapour phase...?

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 19 03:11:25 EDT 2010 | sarason

I have used the Quick ? from I don't remember what company. But it was a smallish machine ie about the size of a washing machine. The heat/cool cycle was about 30 to 45 minutes. every thing had to be properly sealed or you would loose vapour, this va

vapour phase oven

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 03 22:10:42 EDT 2006 | jonatf

Hi guys, Our vapour phase oven is taking too long to heat up about 15 mins/cycle. Normally its 5 to 6 mins. 2 reasons why. 1.using 10 amp power board 2.heating element not working properly. before i set up a 15 amp outlet i want to know first if my

vapour phase oven

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 04 03:44:23 EDT 2006 | slaine

you should be able to work out the resistance of the heater element from the power rating (watts), and the Voltage its working at. then measure the resistance of the element and see if your anywhere near.

vapour phase oven

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 04 03:48:14 EDT 2006 | slaine

Ps the above answer was to test if the element is failing, if you think the element is not working due to the current supply being limited you can carry out the same calculations but work out the current required then put an ammeter in series with th

Homebrew vapour phase...?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 16 15:39:15 EDT 2010 | mikesewell

Keep in mind you'll still need to preheat the assembly to properly activate the flux/drive off volatiles in the paste. Perhaps a convection toaster oven... Add some cooling coils and a freeboard/tube to the top of your pasta cooker or turkey fryer t

Homebrew vapour phase...?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 14 08:50:56 EDT 2010 | whitewing

Just been quoted GBP500 for 5kg (2.7L) of Galden LS-230. Don;t know if the lower temp non-leadfree stuff is cheaper If anyone in the UK has a small qty they'd sell me for experimentation, (e.g. old non-leadfree stuff they no longer use) please get in

vapour phase reflow soldering technology

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 30 06:08:09 EST 2002 | nifhail

Can someone pls help to explain what is the vapour phase reflow soldering technology ? Thx, nifhail

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