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    Information About Soldering Information About Soldering October 18 Wade Baldwin Jersey , 2013 | Author: Lowell Gladly | Posted in Education
    High quality soldering is required because of the demand of capacity production. This is due to that fact that the modern circuit boards are consist with densely packed resistors, ICs, and other electronic components. But even so hand soldering is still a necessary part of the production for maintenance and rework. In this manner, for a person to be qualified and to be able to achieve quality work, they should undergo formal training. This is important to be able to prevent an expensive damage to the circuit boards.

    So that the components can be easily soldered on the printed board’s surface Vince Carter Jersey , these printed boards are usually made out of materials that have a good dimensional and thermal stability. They are also sandwich with other boards along with plated through-holes which provides connectivity between the layers. For technician it is important for them to have knowledge on printed circuit boards so that it will not be difficult for them to locate the parts when they are conducting rework and maintenance.

    There are three classifications of products which are namely: Class 1 which is for general products, Class 2 which is for those products that has better performance and last long, and Class 3 which is for those who are use for harsh environments. Each components of the class are soldered following the same standard, meaning that it should have uniform in appearance. When it comes to soldering, inspection Tony Allen Jersey , and manufacturing processes, standard plays a vital role in it. Each electronic manufacturing company must follow these standards to ensure that they can produce quality products. The IPC standard is the most common that are use by many companies worldwide.

    There are two types of solder namely, leaded and lead-free alloys. The lead and tin alloy are the most common but due to their nature of being hazardous to the environment and health they are slowly being phased out and being replace by lead-free alloys. When it comes to lead-free alloys, it is still far from perfect because unlike lead alloys it needs a higher temperature to melt. When using this, the technician should be careful most especially when soldering tiny pads. Lead-free alloy also are expensive unlike tin and lead which are lower in cost.

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