Wave solder machines accept a PCB or pallet with through-hole or glued SMT components. They are one options for soldering that is available in the PCB assembly process.
After preheating and fluxing the PCB, the board travels over a solder fountain (or wave) which solders the components to the board.
Wave solder machines vary in length (primarily due to additional preheats) for different throughput needs. Wave solder machines are highly configurable:
All brands have pros and cons and what works best for your production needs will vary. Our highly experienced Capital Equipment Exchange Sales Consultants can help you determine the solution that works best for you. Some common brands of wave solder machines include:
Speedline Electrovert, Soltec, ERSA, and Sensby
We carry an inventory of full functional and restored used wave solder machines for your PCB assembly needs. If you don't find the machine you require, please contact sales.
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