dip soldering


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dip soldering

[′dip ‚säd·ər·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A method similar to dip brazing but using a filler metal having a melting point below 800°F (427°C).
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The two different selective soldering processes are drag and dip soldering.
In contrast, dip soldering involves dipping the entire PCB onto a custom tooled nozzle plate (Figure 3), soldering all joints in one operation.
A typical process sequence is fluxing, preheating, dip soldering and drag soldering.
Similarly, new design rules must be created for selective soldering due to the different constraints of the drag and dip soldering processes.
Fountain soldering, also called pin transfer or dip soldering, uses a tooling plate with dedicated nozzles to solder specific sites.