I.C.T-Acrab450 | Lead Free PCB Wave Soldering Machine
I.C.T Acrab lead-free wave soldering machine has long-term positive feedback from customers. Its unparalleled heating performance and temperature control system meet the requirements of various welding processes, especially energy saving design has been a leading-edge product advantage, maximum reducing the using cost for customers.
Acrab-series Nitrogen PCB Wave Soldering Machine in DIP Line
- Simple: combined with advanced international concepts, based on the Oriental-designed operating system, easy to learn, easy to maintain.
- Expertise: learn imported reflow oven’s advanced design concepts, and the components are using imported top brands.
- Hedging: Import hardware configuration,low failure rate in production,more than a decade service life.
- Safety: Based on the general rules of international design, close to imported reflow rating, the highest security level.
- Stable: mature software, hardware and top production processes ensures stability of each equipment.
Tips : What the difference between selective soldering vs wave soldering?
Selective soldering and wave soldering are two different methods of soldering used in electronics manufacturing. Here are some of the key differences between the two:
- Application: Wave soldering is used to solder through-hole components and larger components to a PCB. Selective soldering, on the other hand, is used for smaller, more delicate components, as well as for selective soldering on specific areas of the PCB.
- Soldering process: In wave soldering, the PCB is passed over a wave of molten solder, which wets the metal surfaces and creates a strong bond. In selective soldering, a precise amount of solder is dispensed onto the specific areas of the PCB that require soldering.
- Precision: Selective soldering offers a higher degree of precision, as it can be programmed to apply solder only to specific areas of the PCB. This is particularly useful when working with small or delicate components. Wave soldering, on the other hand, applies solder to the entire PCB, which can result in more solder being used than is necessary.
- Cost: Selective soldering is generally more expensive than wave soldering, as it requires specialized equipment and expertise. However, it can also reduce production costs in the long run by reducing the amount of solder used and minimizing the risk of damage to delicate components.
In summary, while both wave soldering and selective soldering are used in electronics manufacturing, they are best suited to different types of components and applications. Selective soldering offers greater precision and control, while wave soldering is faster and more cost-effective for larger components.
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