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Solder wicking is where solder migrates to a surface or surfaces where its not intended. This may then result in open joints, solder shorts or the remaining solder volume not meeting your customers inspection criteria
Solder wicking can be seen on cable assembly, PCB manufacture, reflow soldering and other standard PCB assembly processes. Solder wicking can be beneficial in some situations where it is part of a defined plan to improve reliability on poor designs or where other assembly issues may benefit from just a little more solder
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Presented by Bob Willis
Topics included in our webinar:
What is solder wicking?
Why does solder wicking matter?
Where can wicking occur?
How to benefit from solder wicking
Steps in understanding & eliminating wicking
Impact of solder alloy, temperature & plating
How to eliminate or reduce solder wicking
After the webinar there is a Q&A session which provides ample time for all delegate questions to be answered. However, if a delegate has a process example, they would like covered in the webinar, it will need to be provided in advance of the session
The webinar will run for between 60-90min with question and answer session. The webinars are limited to 100 delegates/companies. A copy of each of the slides presented will be provided in pdf format after the webinar