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Selective soldering

Erik

#9295

Selective soldering | 27 September, 1999

What selective soldering products should I use for a low production rate, high-mix product line? I am looking to get rid of some hand soldering. I have seen exselect (selective soldering pot method), pillarhouse (small flow solder nozzle with robot), air-vac engineering (small flow solder nozzle, one nozzle for each board), and some vendors of robotic soldering machines that use lasers or hot air and solder is fed from a reel (panasonic, etc.).

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Scott Cook

#9296

Re: Selective soldering | 27 September, 1999

| What selective soldering products should I use for a low production rate, high-mix product line? I am looking to get rid of some hand soldering. I have seen exselect (selective soldering pot method), pillarhouse (small flow solder nozzle with robot), air-vac engineering (small flow solder nozzle, one nozzle for each board), and some vendors of robotic soldering machines that use lasers or hot air and solder is fed from a reel (panasonic, etc.). | I understand Seho has a new product line in selective soldering. I have reviewed their literature, and this looks quite promising. I'd check into it.

Scott

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Wendy Casker

#9297

Re: Selective soldering | 28 September, 1999

| | What selective soldering products should I use for a low production rate, high-mix product line? I am looking to get rid of some hand soldering. I have seen exselect (selective soldering pot method), pillarhouse (small flow solder nozzle with robot), air-vac engineering (small flow solder nozzle, one nozzle for each board), and some vendors of robotic soldering machines that use lasers or hot air and solder is fed from a reel (panasonic, etc.). | | | I understand Seho has a new product line in selective soldering. I have reviewed their literature, and this looks quite promising. I'd check into it. | | Scott | I recently received info an an ERSA station. Looked impressive. Robotic selective soldering. Harvey from Atek has info on his website.

Wendy Wendy

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John Susicki

#9298

Re: Selective soldering | 28 September, 1999

| What selective soldering products should I use for a low production rate, high-mix product line? I am looking to get rid of some hand soldering. I have seen exselect (selective soldering pot method), pillarhouse (small flow solder nozzle with robot), air-vac engineering (small flow solder nozzle, one nozzle for each board), and some vendors of robotic soldering machines that use lasers or hot air and solder is fed from a reel (panasonic, etc.). |

Yoy can look up the NAED web page: http://www.naed.com/

John

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