How to Determine the Soldering Method of Wire Automatic Soldering Machine Based on the Product Characteristics
Many customers do not know much about the wire automatic soldering machine, and they will have various questions, such as what soldering scheme can be used to achieve the highest efficiency? The automatic soldering machine mainly has three soldering methods: spot welding, drag welding and pressure welding. The soldering method should be determined according to the characteristics of the product. The following is an analysis of how the automatic soldering machine determines the soldering method according to the characteristics of the product.
Press welding of automatic soldering machine
The pressure welding is mainly applicable to the products with uniform distribution of solder joints and no plug-in, which is more reliable for customers with tension requirements.
Pressure welding: there is tension requirement, and the welding points are uniform.
Drag soldering of automatic soldering machine
Drag welding is applicable to products with uniform distribution of solder joints and spacing of solder joints greater than 0.1mm. Such products need to fix plug-ins. If the direct spacing between two solder joints is less than 0.1mm and the plug-ins do not need to be fixed, the use of drag welding will lead to the problem of product tin bonding. Wave soldering or back to the furnace soldering is the fastest for such products. The advantage of automatic soldering machine is that it can save time and improve efficiency. Drag welding: the solder joints are evenly distributed with plug-ins.
Spot welding of automatic soldering machine
Products using spot welding are mainly characterized by uneven distribution of solder joints or high requirements for fullness of solder joints. In another case, the product's solder joints are evenly distributed, but if the plug-in needs to be fixed, one of the points needs to be fixed before soldering. In this case, the use of spot welding is more efficient. There are many products using spot welding, because many products have uneven distribution of solder joints and different requirements for tin plating.