Using Robotic Contact & Laser Soldering in Production – smart-e-webinar

When:  Back to Calendar January 11, 2017 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Where: Online Webinar
Cost: £65 plus VAT
Contact: Keith Bryant

Practical guide to the use of robotic soldering irons and laser soldering on printed board assemblies will be covered in this webinar along with the use of different alloys and substrates. Most of the work reported is covered in two NPL reports on through hole soldering

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When we start to talk about high temperature electronics it’s not the solder it’s all the parts that make up an electronic assembly. Substrates, components, connectors, cables, solder and all of the assembly process needs to be examined in detail. Some newer techniques of soldering can reduce the stress on boards and components and also need through put requirements of modern manufacture. Working at high temperature means between 150-200oC, however, there are many applications that have to work at much higher levels, up to 300oC. Typically the industries affected by these hostile working conductions include, aerospace, automotive, petrochemical and military. The use of selective soldering is used with high temperature materials and more recently there is a growth in the use of robotic laser and iron soldering. These systems are being used telecom and automotive producers with different cored wire combinations

The webinar is a mixture or theory and practical assembly trial evaluation results with current and future technology using selective soldering plus laser and robotic iron soldering processes at NPL National Physical Laboratory. A FREE copy of the High Temperature Electronics Defect Guide will be provided to each delegate. The defect charts can be printed on site for future reference or training. A guide to major reference sources and publication on high temperature manufacture will be discussed and suppliers providing different assembly resources

  • Oil, Gas, Space, Automotive & Military Applications
  • Reference books, specification and standards
  • Product temperature range
  • Component compatibility
  • PCB substrate choices & specifications and design
  • Soldering alloy choices
  • Assembly & soldering options
  • Setting up and assessment of soldering systems
  • Critical choice in the selection of cored wire for automated assembly
  • Reliability assessment & testing results
  • Failure modes

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