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Comparing this profile to the 'ideal' solder profile, the main difference is that we do not dwell on the 'pre-heat' phase (ie. 150-200°C).  This is because we could not get the temperature to rise fast enough, so we were forced to stick to a steady, slow ramp.
 
Comparing this profile to the 'ideal' solder profile, the main difference is that we do not dwell on the 'pre-heat' phase (ie. 150-200°C).  This is because we could not get the temperature to rise fast enough, so we were forced to stick to a steady, slow ramp.
  

Revision as of 18:52, 13 December 2011

Note: this article is about a passed event.

Reflow soldering workshop
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From 2011/12/11 14:00:00 to 2011/12/11 18:00:00
Presenters (1):
johannes
Where:
Whitespace Blekerijstraat 75, Gent, Belgium
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Costs 0

Cornify

Reflow soldering workshop not teaching, but testing this technique

tools available

Solder profiles and background info

Initial heater test

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Programs used

Final program:

0	15s	40°C
1	150s	150°C
2	90s	215°C
3	90s	265°C
4	40s	265°C
5	120s	40°C

Final profile

Wetrun3.png

Comparing this profile to the 'ideal' solder profile, the main difference is that we do not dwell on the 'pre-heat' phase (ie. 150-200°C). This is because we could not get the temperature to rise fast enough, so we were forced to stick to a steady, slow ramp.

Results

The second run of 0603 resistors was a success
Some very fine pitch ICs

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