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What Causes Solder Skips?
What Causes Solder Skips?
Bob Willis looks at the most common reasons for solder skips during wave soldering and shows how pad length, mask thickness and flux contribute to the problem.
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Bob Willis - http://www.bobwillis.co.uk
Bob Willis operates a training and consultancy business based in England.
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