Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 20 18:57:52 EST 2014 | warwolf
I can only say it looks okay for what you need, you will want a dual wave system it can make things so much easier. One thing to check would be the wave nozzle sizes I can see that the conveyor will do up to 15" but thats not to say the nozzle is
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 | Thu Jun 20 05:50:48 EDT 2019 | bukas
Hello everyone, I'm out on market for wave soldering machine. I have been using ERSA 330 ETS for three years now, but it is quite old and I would like something newer. I'm considering ERSA N wave 330, yom 2005; and SEHO PowerWave 8440, yom 2010. Wha
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 08 12:49:33 EDT 2023 | serge_pirog
I ask for advice on starting wave soldering machine. The soldering machine is not new. Are there guidelines for properly loading solder into a bath and more. I also ask you to recommend an alloy. What do you think about Alpha Sn Plus 07 or SN100C(Sn