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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As compared to dip soldering, the heat transfer in drag soldering is inherently better due to the motion of the solder and the board.
For this reason, dip soldering is used in tandem with drag soldering for specific applications.
With dip soldering, the following parameter settings may be used:
The results also differ between drag soldering and dip soldering, due to the heat distribution characteristics of the type of soldering used and the individual thermal transfer characteristics of the different types of boards.