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Revised to reflect new developments, this book includes the background information needed to understand the physics of solder-bond formation, the chemistry of fluxes, and the metallurgy of solder, as well recognize electrical and corrosion damage that requires cleaning. The book also classifies and discusses materials - flux types, metal systems for solder and cleaning agents. This edition also covers the methodology for designing the solder joint, with guidelines for solder preplacement on the board, details on the new "no-clean" fluxes, the ecological considerations involoved in cleaning, solder paste and preforms, de-soldering, repair and touching-up. The book also explains manufacturing processes, mechanical and electronic applications and the use of robotic equipment. Finally, it outlines quality control methods and procedures for testing and analysis.
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The Leader for Over Three Decades
"...a recommended addition to the reference library of anyone involved in solders and soldering." -- Welding Journal, on the Second Edition
Now With New Miniaturization Processes, Environmental Solutions, Mechanical Soldering (including Robotics and Mass Production), and Safety Techniques
You can't do electronics (some some mechanical tasks) without soldering, and those who want to do it will choose this book. "When a book on soldering requires a third update for a current revision, it implies reader confidence, for which I am grateful," writes Howard Manko in his preface to this new Fourth Edition. Readers do indeed place deserved confidence in this classic on the science and technologies of Solders and Soldering, the field's leading reference for over 35 years.
Cutting-edge techniques and materials for printing circuit boards and electronic packaging, as well as hand processes
* The master reference on the principles, methods, and materials of soldering
* Covers core concepts and recent developments
* 19 processes for soldering and heating
* Lead-free solders and safety precautions
* Design advances
* New flux processes and products, with EPA and OSHA regulations
* New manufacturing procedures and equipment for mechanical and electrical/electronic applications
* Special quality-control and inspection methods developed by the author
* An unsurpassed teaching tool
This sourcebook can help you do any job involving Solders and Soldering--better, cheaper, and with less risk to the environment. It's a working tool that mechanical, electrical, electronic, manufacturing, and materials engineers, as well as quality control personnel and research scientists, will want to keep close at hand.About the Author:
Howard Manko (Teaneck, NJ) is an internationally recognized authority on soldering and cleaning with more than 35 yars experience in the field. Prior to establishing his own consulting company in 1974, he was affiliated with AlphaMet International, Alpha Metals, and IBM. Manko received the IPC's President's Award for his work on solderability testing and often lectures and teaches in the U.S. and abroad.
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