The challenges in selective soldering and meeting training needs

Samuel McMaster, Kane Witham, Andrew Cobley, John Graves, Eddie Groves

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Abstract

Selective soldering has grown in popularity over the past 25 years to now be a major connective technology in the electronics industry. The machines and techniques have progressed to being a major feature of in-line processes with the ability to flux, pre-heat and solder through-hole technology (THT) components for printed circuit boards (PCBs) within a single machine or series of modular machines. As described by McMaster et al. [1], there are 2 classes of selective soldering machines: hand-load and in-line machines. As in-line systems are used for processing either a greater volume of boards or larger boards, many of the most challenging selective soldering processes are undertaken with this equipment
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages6
Volume16
No.3
Specialist publicationJournal of the Institute of Circuit Technology
Publication statusPublished - 21 Jul 2023

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