Flux and Epoxy
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Previously we discussed the importance of dimensions and tolerances in the specification of solder preforms, however these data points are best expressed in the form of an engineering drawing. You may be thinking, “Why would I make a drawing for a rectangle?”. Even if you are specifying a…
A wave solder machine's foam fluxer is a device in which compressed air is fed through a porous tube (commonly referred to as a "stone" because this part used to be made out of unglazed porcelain) that is submerged in foaming flux. The stone is covered with a chimney which helps produce…
Flux is an essential component in creating a solder joint. I will be referencing flux as it is used in wave soldering machines. But, if you want to know of other uses, check out my colleague Jim Hisert's blog: Specifying Solder Preforms - Flux. When wave soldering was first developed,…
Andy C. Mackie, PhD, MSc
Senior Product Manager, Semiconductor Assembly Materials
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