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How to choose equipment for Selective Soldering ?

Oct 26, 2017 | How to choose equipment for Selective Soldering ? Please share your tips with me that how we can choose equipment for selective soldering or for any other soldering.

correct RTD100 for mySelective 6746 selective soldering machine

Aug 13, 2017 | correct RTD100 for mySelective 6746 selective soldering machine During the refill of the solder bath in our mySelective 6746 selective soldering machine the RTD for the solder bath has become defective. There is no part No and the manual doesnt specify. Does anyone know which RTD is the correct one and possibly know the correct procedure for fitting. Thanks

Soldering electrolytic capacitor

Jul 4, 2017 | Evtimov, Indeed. What are you interested in: - selective soldering machines - soldering robots (laser etc) ? Regards Soldering electrolytic capacitor

Wave Solder machine selection

Jan 10, 2017 | Wave Solder machine selection Hi ! I am also looking for the same and I am aware of this little like the -selective solder machines are generally cheaper to run due to the reduced amount of flux and solder being used and it’s possible to use a solder with no silver content and still get good wetting as the parameters for each joint are variable and etc... But I need detail explanation for selection of Solder wave.

SAC305 and Selective Soldering

Sep 18, 2013 | SAC305 and Selective Soldering Hello Bachman. SAC305 is the most common lead-free solder alloy, not only for wave soldering but also selective. Most of our selective customers (especially automotive) are using SAC305. What is more important than the alloy to consider is the flux. Your flux supplier should be able to give you a sample of a flux suitable for selective. On most selective machines today, flux is applied via microdrop fluxer because it is more precise and provides excellent coverage. At EBSO, we recommend a halogen free, low solid, alcohol base flux because it has great hole filling and little flux residue left

SAC305 and Selective Soldering

Sep 17, 2013 | SAC305 and Selective Soldering Good day all, I wanted to get a quick poll from the folks running SAC305 in their selective soldering equipment. How are final results? How repeatable is the process, any machine related failures? pumps? nozzles? etc... I am just looking to get a feel from all of you in order to see how the industry is handling lead free solderability using selective soldering. I appreciate your time and responses.

SAC305 and Selective Soldering

Sep 17, 2013 | SAC305 and Selective Soldering Good day all, I wanted to get a quick poll from the folks running SAC305 in their selective soldering equipment. How are final results? How repeatable is the process, any machine related failures? pumps? nozzles? etc... I am just looking to get a feel from all of you in order to see how the industry is handling lead free solderability using selective soldering. I appreciate your time and responses.

Selective Solder Clinched Components

Jul 4, 2013 | Selective Solder Clinched Components Hello, Hoping for some recommendations for how its best to selective solder clinched PTH components.. We are using Ersa equipment. Problem we are having is some of the leads are holiding `blobs` of solder on their leads. Have tried single dot soldering and running line across them. Any

Selective Assembly

Jun 10, 2013 | for selective soldering machine if that is what they meant by "selective process...or line". If there is something that is not clear let us know. Regards, Emil Selective Assembly Is there anything on the other side of the board? If not the process will be very standard. 1. SMT - place the small parts on your board. It is called surface mount technology. Basically one machine applies solder paste on the board, another machine places the parts and third machine will heat

Selective solder machine leaving solder balles everywhere

May 3, 2013 | Selective solder machine leaving solder balles everywhere lead free and leaded solder mix up or flux mix up.

Expected First Pass Yield for selective soldering

Jun 29, 2012 | Expected First Pass Yield for selective soldering We are experiencing widely varying First Pass Yields for selective soldering. Some boards are near 100% while others are less than 50% depending on the pitch and general complexity of the board. Question: If you are running 100 boards through your selective soldering machine and each board had selectively soldered board? Thanks!

SOLDER BALLS / SELECTIVE SOLDER

Jun 6, 2012 | SOLDER BALLS / SELECTIVE SOLDER I am experiencing many solder balls when using my selective solder machine when leads are fairly close together. Using a no-clean flux (3.4% solids). I have changed the volume of flux with no change in amount of solder balls.

Best Selective wave?

Mar 20, 2012 | Ace Selective solder. I think Juki might have one. Best Selective wave?

SEHO Selective solder machines?

Aug 23, 2011 | SEHO Selective solder machines? Anyone have a SEHO selective solder machine? What are your opinions?

Coating on solder nozzle for Vitronics selective machine?

Aug 16, 2011 | Coating on solder nozzle for Vitronics selective machine? What type of coating is used on the Vitronics selective solder nozzles? Any help?

Selective Soldering Equipment

Jun 21, 2011 | Selective Soldering Equipment Has anyone worked with an "Inertec ELS 2.0" selective soldering machine? Any idea of who the USA rep is? Or how to get documentation on this equipment that is in ENGLISH?

selective soldering/nitrogen

Jan 6, 2011 | selective soldering/nitrogen Nitrogen increase surface tension in solder. This also reduces solder balls.

selective soldering/nitrogen

Jan 5, 2011 | selective soldering/nitrogen what does nitrogen do to assist the selective soldering process?

Selective Soldering - Barrel Fill

Oct 22, 2010 | Selective Soldering - Barrel Fill To get out of a delivery pinch, I had to pre-tim some connectors because of contaminated leads. Make sure your selective wave speed and XYZ travel are close. Try doing a dry run across the board to preheat the PTH and then go back and solder them.

Selective Soldering Equipment selection

Oct 20, 2010 | We have ACE and really like it. It's been a great machine.

Selective Soldering Equipment selection

Oct 15, 2010 | Selective Soldering Equipment selection Hi Brian, I would suggest checking out ACE selective soldering equipment. We have 2 of them now, and have both been great machines. Low Cost and great quality. Support is Excellent and Easy to program. Send them a sample to solder so you can evaluate.

Selective Soldering Equipment selection

Oct 15, 2010 | Sorry replied to the wrong thread.

Selective Soldering Equipment selection

Oct 15, 2010 | Selective Soldering Equipment selection What you have is blowholes. Baking your boards prior to soldering will help. Root cause is either barrel plating too thin or barrel cracks allowing laminate moisture to escape. Patrick

Best Small wave solder?

Sep 30, 2010 | Try Looking at Selective soldering, Unless you have that many through hole components. Ace offers a great machine for selective soldering. Best Small wave solder?

Selective Wave soldering machine

Oct 12, 2009 | Selective Wave soldering machine Check out RPS Automation. We have had good results with their selective solder machine that we purchased 1 year ago and they have wave nozzles as well in the 4-8 inch range. Changing from a selective solder nozzle to the wave nozzle takes only a few minutes (plus warm up time for the solder pot

Selective Wave soldering machine

Oct 12, 2009 | Selective Wave soldering machine Hi, please recommend a good selective wave machine which is fully automated and can run a conventional solder and selective solder in 1. im currently looking at Ersaflow. thanks

Selective Solder Recommendations

Jul 2, 2008 | Selective Solder Recommendations Thank you Grayman. We use selective point now but I believe our throughput will be increased with a selective wave system on one of the two main boards we run. I will see if I can pull up slicks / more information on the machines you recommended.

Selective Solder Recommendations

Jul 1, 2008 | Selective Solder Recommendations I do not know if you want selective wave soldering or selective point soldering? If you have good budget say, less than US$200k Vitronics is best for wave selective soldering. However, if you have low budget say less than US$100K I suggest ACE or KISS 104. For point selective soldering

Selective Solder Recommendations

Jun 28, 2008 | Selective Solder Recommendations Does anyone have success / recommendations for any specific make / model of a selective solder machine. What should I look at? This will be used in a lead free application.

Selective soldering

Jun 6, 2008 | Selective soldering Hello, The answer to your question depends on your using a point-to-point system, or nozzles. Some companies might use 3mm as the nozzle wall width. There are many approaches to selective soldering, depending on your desired cycle time. I can get you some info on selective if you would like

Selective soldering

May 30, 2008 | Selective soldering What is the distance between smd components that should be held in consideration due to selective soldering ( size soldering nozzle) ? What is your advise due to the purshase a selective soldering machine.

selective soldering - best practices for board design??

Jan 3, 2008 | selective soldering - best practices for board design?? hi all and a happy new year, does anyone know if there are any industry best practices for board design in terms of selective soldering?? Whilst right now the product portfolio of my company is not suitable for the introduction of a selective soldering system (production numbers too low and component access too tight), i intend to work with our product engineers to make our future products as 'selectively-soldering-friendly' as possible so we can review the situation in a couple of years time. thanks, david

Selective Soldering Equipment

Dec 7, 2007 | Selective Soldering Equipment edge for positioning. Still... Is there no tweaking on the wave soldering process? Fact is that most people have learned to live with the limitations and tweaking of the wave soldering process for year... Shorts and all... and no, there are no selective machines out there that have fiducial recognition ( THAT WORK)!!! yet... Yet, there are many advantages to selective soldering versus hand soldering and wave soldering, including Process repeatability and cycle time reduction versus hand soldering or individual solder joint programmability and running costs versus wave soldering, that area beneficial money

laser soldering

Nov 30, 2007 | If the goal is selective soldering (not to raise the substrate temperature too high), consider the use of microwaves. Our company has been working on this technology for selectively bonding substrates. For example, we use the process to bond ROHS metallizations bumps at far lower temps than what laser soldering

Which is best Selective Soldering or Robtoic soldering

Oct 11, 2007 | Which is best Selective Soldering or Robtoic soldering Hey, Check out Ace/Protech for selective soldering. www.ace-protech.com

Which is best Selective Soldering or Robtoic soldering

Oct 8, 2007 | Which is best Selective Soldering or Robtoic soldering Hi, we do stepper motor assembly, and "use" both methodes; coil is selective soldered before entering line and then coils & I/O connector are soldered to PCB with robot (in many points also manual soldering) regards Dominik

Which is best Selective Soldering or Robtoic soldering

Oct 4, 2007 | Which is best Selective Soldering or Robtoic soldering It realy depends on your product. Tighter tollerance boards require a better machine, which costs more money. Multi-layered baords wih a alot of heat sink will require preheat - something a lot of selective solder machine do not come standard with.

Which is best Selective Soldering or Robtoic soldering

Oct 4, 2007 | Which is best Selective Soldering or Robtoic soldering We are looking for Stepper Motor Soldering for Automotive board. Which is the best Selective Soldering or Robotic Soldering system.

Time to retire the wave?

May 22, 2007 | The soltec Selective solder machine is great and the software is much beter than that of the wave machines. I forgot to mention that we do use nitrogen with the Selective solder machine and have wonderful results. Like I said before it does take some time to program but once completed it is very repeatable. Now that we have a lead free wave, more products that require selective soldering are being run through our Selective solder machine. It takes me about a half day to program and debug (usually 3 boards) and after that I have no problems.

Time to retire the wave?

May 21, 2007 | We have a Delta Max (leaded) and a delta wave (lead free) and a soltec Selective solder. The software that runs the selective solder is much different than that of the wave machines. We have fitted our selective with a leaded and lead free pot to handle both products. The programming is a little time consuming but the reward is flawless solder joints, no masking, less labor, and repeatability. The wave solder machines are much faster to solder with, but the selective solder produces better quality.

Selection criteria of Solder Paste

Apr 17, 2007 | Selection criteria of Solder Paste What is the selection criteria of solder paste with respect to their alloy composition? ( Any recommended website or *.pdf file) AND What is its main dependance either on SMDs,PCBs,factory manufacturing cost & SMT equipment? Best Regards Muhammad Haris

Selective Solder Advise

Dec 20, 2006 | Selective Solder Advise Search the fine SMTnet Archives. R Lasko, M Torseth, C Lampron, and others have given good advice on selective soldering.

Selective Solder Advise

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Selective Solder Advise

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Displacement Soldering

Nov 10, 2006 | When you say "Displacement Soldering" do you mean selective soldering? Also known as spot soldering? Displacement Soldering

Selective Soldering

Oct 30, 2006 | Selective Soldering Robotic Process Systems has just introduced the Rhythm Selective Solder System, that should meet your needs. Best regards Jess Baker

Selective Soldering

Oct 26, 2006 | Selective Soldering Were looking at getting a selective solder machine. Basicly for High mix low to Medium volume. Something in the mid 40k range. Automated any help would be greatly Appreciated !!?

Selective soldering

Oct 26, 2006 | Selective soldering Were looking at getting a selective solder machine. Basicly for High mix low to Medium volume. Something in the mid 40k range. Automated any help would be greatly appreated!!?

Selective Soldering

Sep 12, 2006 | Selective Soldering Any recommendations on selective l/f soldering equipment for low volume high product mix applications.

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