Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 13:58:54 EST 2007 | ck_the_flip
I made my own wave measuring device using KIC2000 system. KIC2000 has automatic wave detection, so now I have a profiler for both reflow ovens and wave solder. The delmat carrier only cost $500. A guy, Samir, from this forum gave me the idea, actu
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 14:16:44 EST 2007 | realchunks
This is funny. Poeple giving answers to a question that isn't specific. What if the shorts he is having are on the top of his board, caused by flooding or Omega wave too high?
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 21:11:13 EST 2007 | davef
Thanks bud. Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all.
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 12:06:58 EST 2007 | pjc
5 Steps to Eliminate Bridges: 1. Establish (wave) Parallelism First and foremost, you must establish board-to-wave parallelism. This is the prerequisite to any wave solder process control. For an understanding of the power of this approach go to ht
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 02:08:21 EST 2007 | mun4o
Hi, I have a lot of solder bridge in our wave soldering process.We use SACX0307 and Surf 11 flux.the SW mashine is Vitronics delta 6622.Itry to change flux and termoprofile but results is not god.Can you halp me - recommend me some flux or other adv
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 15:41:15 EST 2007 | shrek
Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha,me lad. Wave solder is like an onion, it's got many many layers. Kind of like me-self. I'm a big ogre with many complex layers. At any rate i like the other colleague with his adverstising trigger finger. by golly, me chap, he's a
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 10:46:04 EST 2007 | realchunks
First of all, more info is needed. Solder shorts can be caused by much more than flux. Is the solder short always in the same spot or all over the place? More detail please.
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 15:11:35 EST 2007 | chef
Blew chunks - thanx for thinking outside the box. Of course there's two sides to every story. Just last week I had a new operator "splash" a couple of boards. Top solder was great, it was all one big solder bridge. Come to find out, the operator forg
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 11:55:08 EST 2007 | chef
I recently had the same problems, solder bridges on every thing I made, different customers boards, etc. I wave with no-clean flux. As I sorted out problems (pin holes, blow holes, splatter, etc.) I found a lot of variable factors. I changed flux,
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 19:01:45 EST 2007 | bbarton
As someone with a LOT of experience with the "low cost" alternative alloys, primarily SACX, I have one simple question....Are these shorts a new phenomena? WAS your process in control, and all of a sudden it's not? If the answer is YES, take a look a