Printed Circuit Boards: Design, Fabrication, and Assembly
McGraw Hill Professional, 2005 M09 7 - 704 pages
The printed circuit is the basic building block of the electronics hardware industry. This is a comprehensive single volume self-teaching guide to the art of printed circuit board design and fabrication -- covering the complete cycle of PCB creation, design, layout, fabrication, assembly, and testing.
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13.24 Dip soldering principle (a) flat dip (b) angled dip 13.12.2 Drag Soldering
The earliest form of automated soldering ... The dip and drag soldering method
has been mostly discarded these days and a technique called wave soldering
The need to clean circuit boards after wave soldering is very necessary because
the rosin fluxes demand it. Synthetic fluxes having no rosin content eliminate the
problems associated with rosin residues and offer a true no-clean solution.
Some solder pots have only one nozzle creating one wave while some are
equipped with two nozzles thereby raising two waves. Each solder bath should
be equipped with facilities of controlled heat setting. For one wave, the
temperature is ...
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1 Basics of Printed Circuit Boards
2 Electronic Components
3 Layout Planning and Design
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