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Soldering Problem with Core Pins
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I have a soldering problem with some of my core pins. I’ve started using cooled core pins, they have improved but not eliminated the problem. What do you suggest?
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(12-22-2014, 10:35 PM)jsummers Wrote: I have a soldering problem with some of my core pins. I’ve started using cooled core pins, they have improved but not eliminated the problem. What do you suggest?
Have your cooled core pins made out of one of the high thermal conductivity die steels. Toolox 44, pre hard HRC 45 is available in diameters down to 16 MM. Thermo, supplied annealed, capable of being hardened to HRC48, comes in diameters down to 9.5 mm. the ability to get the heat out keeps the core pins much cooler, and will greatly improve your soldering situation.
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(12-22-2014, 10:42 PM)Tom Wrote:
(12-22-2014, 10:35 PM)jsummers Wrote: I have a soldering problem with some of my core pins. I’ve started using cooled core pins, they have improved but not eliminated the problem. What do you suggest?
Have your cooled core pins made out of one of the high thermal conductivity die steels. Toolox 44,  pre hard HRC 45 is available in diameters down to 16 MM. Thermo, supplied annealed, capable of being hardened to HRC48, comes in diameters down to 9.5 mm.  the ability to get the heat out keeps the core pins much cooler, and will greatly improve your soldering situation.

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