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Induction Soldering Applications Brochure Now Available

Jun 26, 2020 3:11:09 PM / by Brett Daly posted in Soldering, induction soldering



A new brochure that highlights induction soldering applications is now available. This brochure, which is titled "Improved Soldering with Induction Heating," reviews ten soldering applications that were tested by THE LAB at Ambrell. It also discusses what soldering is and why induction is often a good choice for soldering applications. 


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Induction Soldering 101: Beginner's Guide to Induction Soldering

Apr 16, 2018 2:40:08 PM / by Brett Daly posted in induction soldering


If you're wondering, "why should I use induction soldering?" then you've come to the right place. Induction soldering is an induction process in which two separate pieces are fused together using a filler metal or other material. The filler metal varies depending on the other components being joined, but the most common fillers for induction soldering include alloys such as tin-silver, tin-zinc, and tin-lead.

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Induction Soldering Coaxial Wire & Metal Frame for Circuit Boards

Nov 6, 2017 3:42:31 PM / by Brett Daly posted in induction soldering


An integrator supplying a manufacturer of circuit boards was looking to use induction heating for a soldering application that involved tiny parts. The application involved heating a coaxial wire and a metal frame for soldering. Given the small size of the parts, an EASYHEATTM 1.2 kW, 150-400 kHz induction heating system equipped with a remote workhead was more than adequate for the application.

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Induction Soldering Copper Wires to Magnetic Steel Pins | Ambrell

Oct 28, 2015 4:11:00 PM / by Brett Daly posted in Soldering, induction soldering


This application involved soldering copper wires from the transformer to the steel pins. We first needed to determine the cycle time that would get sufficient heat into the pins and not melt the coating on the surface. We started our testing with a 2 kW EASYHEAT induction heating system, but found it delivered more power than was necessary, so we used a 1 kW EASYHEAT instead.

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