Electronics Forum | Sun May 09 06:34:53 EDT 2004 | alex
i want to know that friends what is the angle of conveyor in wave soldering machine to get good soldering , can we adjust angle
Electronics Forum | Wed May 12 09:57:32 EDT 2004 | loz
Can you advise why the angle would need to be larger for LF process? Thanks loz
Electronics Forum | Mon May 10 20:16:02 EDT 2004 | wdlau
it can adjusted per the machine and your boards, Not a fix for every board, also if you are talking about the LF wave soldering process, it should be moved to largr angle compared to the tranditional sn/pb soldering
Electronics Forum | Mon May 10 07:53:30 EDT 2004 | pjc
most machines have fixed angle of 6 deg. some are adjustable from 5 - 7 deg., but 6 is most popular.
Electronics Forum | Wed May 12 07:34:42 EDT 2004 | RLeonard
The standard machine is set from the factory at 7-9 degrees, 7 is the most standard, why are you considering the change? before doing any thing to the machine, first identify why? what type of defects are you seeing? I have found, depending on the t
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 17 22:37:43 EST 2008 | davef
Have you tried waving the board rotated 90* from the normal orientation?
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 18 09:34:06 EST 2008 | realchunks
Try lifting the part with a small piece of paper. I've seen caps that did this and giving the flux a way to vent out the top side of the board got rid of the blow holes. It'll take ya 2 seconds to to try - that plus the 3 minutes to wave solder.
Electronics Forum | Mon May 07 12:04:59 EDT 2007 | patrickbruneel
Jerry, If you�re sure your board has sufficient flux it must be that your slow flowing (single lambda) wave produces more oxides then the flux can handle. Due to the conveyer angle the front of the board usually has less flux then the back of the bo
Electronics Forum | Mon May 07 16:00:38 EDT 2007 | patrickbruneel
Dave, There is not really a �smart� or scientific way to check this but I know of easy ways and very effective ways. Fex. an easy way to check is with a 3� spatula, you hold the spatula at the same angle as the board and drag trough the wave simula
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 27 12:09:41 EDT 2000 | JohnW
Jason, where on the board is your connector?, front / back / middle? and where it on the PCB that you don't have issues with? Thief pad's are basically dummy pad's taht you have after the last set of pin's on the component are are used to draw the