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Reflow Oven

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Jacques St-Pierre, Feb 4, 2009.

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  1. Hi,

    Any suggestions for a small reflow oven for prototyping and small production
    job?

    I need something big enough for 12" x 12" panel and able to melt RoHS solder
    paste at good price?

    What's good, what's don't?

    Jacques
     

  2. Theres several peopple that have done this. I once found some others work
    online. The main problem, if I recall, is the getting the proper temperature
    curve. But from what I Remember the results were pretty impressive
    considering...

    You'll need to find a way to position the ic's properly(use glue dots or
    whatever).
     
  3. Toaster ovens have very even heating. You want two though. One for
    the pre-heat ra,p up, and the reflow oven. You must transfer quickly
    between them.

    For real, pro gear, you need to do a requirements analysis where you
    decide what flux and cleaning process you want, etc. The cost is VERY
    HIGH, which is why a lot of folks use contract mfgrs these days. If you
    want cheap, then the toaster ovens are the way to go.
     
  4. FatBytestard

    FatBytestard Guest

    Perhaps I should end this retarded horseshit to your ISP, you stupid
    little punk bastard.
    The only thing even more retarded than the post I whopped you upside da
    haed for is your stupid reply, where you announce your filter file edit
    session. You are about as retarded as it gets. Sorry that gets your
    gourd, dumbfuck, but those are the facts.

    You are about as brainless as it gets, dipshit.

    So **** off, then die.
     
  5. oopere

    oopere Guest

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