Indium Corporation offers solders in many different alloys, forms, shapes, and sizes. Solder is used to make electrical, mechanical, and thermal connections in a wide variety of applications. Choosing the best solder for your application will depend on desired melting temperature, form and application.
Below are the various forms of solder that we offer, as well as an Solder Alloy Selector Guide to help you determine the right alloy for your needs. If you have any questions about what solder you need for your application, please feel free to contact us. Our technical support engineers are ready to help you in any way they can.
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At Indium Corporation, we're redefining how we use solder at the die-attach, DBC to baseplate, and baseplate to heat-sink levels so we can achieve a more reliable IGBT that can perform at increasingly higher standards. If you missed the first three videos in this series, get caught up at indium.com/IGBT.
As we've discussed, there are three attach levels of peak concern in the IGBT stack up. At Indium Corporation, we're redefining how we use solder at the die-attach, substrate, and baseplate to heat-sink levels, so we can achieve a more reliable IGBT that can perform increasingly higher standards. If you missed the first two videos in this series, be sure to check them out at www.indium.com/IGBT.
As discussed in video one of this four video series, there are three attach levels of peak concern in the IGBT stack up. By redefining how we use solder at the die-attach, DBC Substrate, and Baseplate level, we can achieve a more reliable IGBT that can form at increasingly higher standards. If you missed that video, be sure to check it out at www.indium.com/IGBT.
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