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wave profile

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 29 18:57:17 EDT 2002 | pzohbon

Does anyone know where to find information for wave temp profiling? pzohbon

wave profile

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

reflow profile development

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 02 22:03:03 EDT 2008 | davef

Try: * IPC-7530, Guidelines for Temperature Profiling for Mass Soldering (Reflow and Wave) http://portal.ipc.org/Purchase/ProductDetail.aspx?Product_code=3f5288fc-b386-db11-a4eb-005056875b22 * http://www.smtinfo.net/Db/_Reflow%20Soldering.html

Reflow profile basics

Electronics Forum | Wed May 12 16:31:25 EDT 2004 | Mark @ SolderStar

In answer to your questions. (1) pls can any body throw some light on the reflow profiling? Reflow profiling is the process of confirming that you PCB's that pass through your reflow oven are produced within specifications provided by solder paste

regarding leaded profile

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 25 14:29:09 EDT 2007 | SWAG

It's got to be about Indium's website video where the dude gets sucked through the wave.

oven profile issues

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 13 18:29:50 EST 2009 | luisreyes

really need help!! Our company is experiencing a change on the Quality system. one of the things that we are discovering is the amazing variation during the reflow oven and wave solder processes. this week we found that the team had not been performi

Lead free profile

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 26 09:51:51 EST 2005 | jbrower

Sure, to be a true lead free enviroment all components need to be lead free or fall within the specifications of lead free as defined by the RoHS Directive. What I am doing is starting stage 1 of our journey. Layed out it looks some thing like this.

Lead free profile

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 01 11:54:14 EST 2005 | TomA

Indy, I found the same findings as you. The claim is that the solder joint may actually look closer to a SnPb solder joint then the SAC alloys. I had commited to the SAC alloys at SMT before finding out about the SN100C alloy. I'm interested in what

Lead free profile

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 01 12:52:19 EST 2005 | jbrower

Hi Tom, I did talk to Bob Gilbert about the sn100c. His comment is that it is a nickle stabalized alloy. Simplisticly, the tin and copper molecules would rather bond with the nickle. He also mentioned that with the SAC alloys, the manufactuers were

Lead free profile

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 27 16:43:15 EST 2005 | russ

Ther is a solder alloy out there that is supposed to allow lead free wave processing without having to upgrade pumps and such or increasing the pot temp (direct drop in). I have not used it nor do I plan on doing leadfree wave soldering but you may

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