Dross and the Selective Soldering Process

Published:

February 24, 2011

Author:

Alan Cable

Abstract:

In the selective soldering process, dross can be detrimental. Dross (and I use this term to encompass all surface contamination) is created in conjunction with the presence of Oxygen in two different areas of the process, and by separate means. Each must ...

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