Wave Soldering in the THT and SMT for electronics manufacturing


Wave soldering is a welding process used in the batch production of printed circuit boards or PCBs. Wave soldering is to use a pump to spray molten solder into the solder wave peak, and then the pins of electronic components to be welded pass through the solder wave peak to realize the electrical interconnection between electronic components and pcb board. It’s a technique for large-scale PCB assembly that uses SMDs and lead components to solder boards quickly.

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