Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 06 03:03:56 EDT 2006 | ronalds
Thank you all for your input. The MF300S Multicore flux is rated for lead free. There is not much dross or contamination. We are using nitrogen. I've tested the boards with the curing test of IPC-TM-650. I think you're all right about the preheat.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 10 09:25:47 EDT 2006 | nodlac
Here is a nugget from the Data Sheet... Wave Soldering: Excess moisture on the PCB during soldering may lead to random solder balling and poor wetting of some solder joints. IT IS IMPORTANT that the flux solvent carrier (water) is fully evaporated a
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 06 12:52:35 EDT 2006 | samir
..and he can put the flux in and keep it a secret too from his customer.. RSS profile on wave?? I never heard of a soak zone for wave preheat...you may be burning off your activator..hence, the beads. For wave preheat, your main goal is to ramp up
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 05 13:30:37 EDT 2006 | Chris Griffin
Likely causes of this are: -Preheat temp. too low -too much dross -uncured epoxy -PCB contamination ...also varify the solder flow over the wave is smooth.
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 | Wed Jul 05 10:13:02 EDT 2006 | jdengler
Is the flux rated for lead free? These higher temps will cause most lead rated fluxes to burn off prior to the wave. Jerry
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 | Wed Jul 05 09:00:13 EDT 2006 | russ
Sounds like possibly too little preheat. Russ
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