Basic Soldering Knowledge You Need to Know to Use the Customized Robotic Soldering Machine


Release time:

2022-03-15

The above content is an introduction to the basic knowledge of soldering that needs to be understood when using the customized Robotic Soldering Machine.

The replacement of electronic components is accelerating and the development of electronics is developing in the direction of miniaturization and miniaturization. More and more traditional manual welding methods cannot meet the requirements of the production process. With the rapid development of the electronics industry, product quality With the continuous improvement of technology, excellent soldering process plays an increasingly important role in the electronics industry, so using customized Robotic Soldering Machine for soldering is an inevitable choice in the future. So what are the basic soldering knowledge you need to know to use the customized Robotic Soldering Machine? 

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Basic soldering knowledge you need to know to use the customized Robotic Soldering Machine:

1. Confirmation of soldering conditions
Confirm the solderability of materials, not all materials can be connected with solder, only some metals have high solderability, such as general copper and its alloys, gold, silver, zinc, nickel, etc. have better solderability. Weldability, while aluminum, stainless steel, cast iron, etc. have poor weldability. If the solderable tin is not a very good material, you need to add special materials, or use other metals to solder, such as solder lead, chromium.
2. Selection of solder materials
Different tin wire materials have different properties and have a greater impact on soldering. There is also the configuration of the soldering iron tip on the customized Robotic Soldering Machine. Different soldering iron tip configurations have a great influence on the soldering. Solder surface treatment, to ensure a good soldering effect, the surface of the solder material needs to be treated, such as ensuring that the solder surface is smooth, removing rust, oil, dust and other impurities that affect the welding quality on the welding surface.
3. Basic preparations before soldering
Once the basic pre-soldering work is done, using automated soldering is very simple. Just follow the automated operation given by our staff, or use the machine's hand-held automatic programmer to calibrate the data for tin feeding and tin output according to our instructions. Generally speaking, it is recommended to do pre-soldering contact several times first, and you can be skilled. In manual soldering, the heating time, the amount of tin output, and the solder point that need to be strictly controlled can be controlled by parameters to truly achieve the purpose of automatic soldering.

The above content is an introduction to the basic knowledge of soldering that needs to be understood when using the customized Robotic Soldering Machine. The automatic soldering machine heats and melts the solid solder wire through an automatically heated soldering iron, and at the same time, with the help of the flux, it flows into the metal to be soldered. Between them, a firm and reliable solder joint is formed after cooling. This process is all done by the machine itself. It can be said that automatic soldering is accomplished by three physical processes of wetting, diffusion and metallurgical combination. We only need to control the machine manually. With the continuous advancement of technology, the replacement of labor by machines in some industries is an inevitable development trend.