Electronics Forum | Mon May 07 12:11:33 EDT 2007 | colormaker
I have the option of increasing the wave pump but when I do the wave is very unstable. Do you have the possibility to create a backflow at the wave to drain the oxides away from the board? Not sure how to do this I wish I have the old 1962 7' holl
Electronics Forum | Mon May 07 12:40:08 EDT 2007 | patrickbruneel
Jerry, At the end of the article in the link you will see how the wave needs to look like. http://www.interfluxusa.com/Technical/No-Residue_implementation.htm This wave design has been adopted by most machine manufacturers and I would be surprised
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 11 04:13:23 EST 2005 | arnold
we are manufacturer of molded type transformer and we soldered are units using wave soldering machine and then we washed the units to remove flux residue. what materials or any process for us to eliminate the process of washing after wave soldering.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 29 19:21:58 EDT 2002 | davef
Look to: * Your flux supplier's recommendations to baseline your recipe [similar to using your paste supplier's recommendations for setting your reflow recipe] * 7530 'Guidelines for Temperature Profiling for Mass Soldering (Reflow and Wave)' for gui