Auto-Dip 6035TS Dip Soldering System
The fully programmable, touch-screen controlled Auto-Dip 6035-TS includes all the same features as the Auto-Dip 3530-TS, but has larger fixture-less and finger-type board holders that can handle oversized PCBs or pallets to 600 x 350 mm (23.6" x 13.8"). Like the 3530 models, the 6035-TS includes a titanium solder pot and digital PID temperature control for the full range of lead-free SAC or SnPb solders. All Auto-Dip systems include an automatic dross skimmer and collection trough, multi-day automatic startup, foot pedal actuation, and a heavy-duty mounting stand. An optional spray fluxing unit is also available.
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Principle of Operation
- Pre-fluxed PCBs are placed onto the tips of the board holder pins which are positioned above the molten solder surface at the start of the cycle.
- When the foot pedal is depressed, the elevator motors begin to lower the PCB toward the solder pot. Independent, dial-adjustments control the speeds of the motors.
- The difference in the speed between the right and left motors establishes the angle at which the PCBs touch the solder surface. As both motors continue to move the frame downward, the molten solder surface sweeps across the bottom of the PCB. The larger the difference in speed, the steeper the angle; the smaller the difference, the more parallel the PCBs are to the solder surface at contact.
- This motion continues until the tips of all the pins are completely immersed in the molten solder. At this point, the assemblies are actually floating on the surface due to the high density of the molten solder. The length of time that the PCBs rest on the solder surface is controlled by the timer on the main control panel.
- When the solder dwell time elapses, the elevator motors begin to raise the pins and lift the PCBs from the solder surface. Once again, the difference in the speed between the right and left motors establishes the angle. As the boards are lifted, the surface tension wicks across the bottom of the PCB.
- Both motors continue to lift the boards from the molten solder surface. The right motor stops when it has reached its starting position and the left motor continues until the needle frame is again level as in Step 1. The soldered PCBs are then removed from the board holder. Complete cycle times are typically 10-12 seconds or less.
Auto-Dip Finger-Type PCB Holder
The Auto-Dip 6035-TS comes equipped with a finger-type PCB holder that firmly grips the edges of pallets or large boards during dipping. In conjunction with its programmable solder height parameter setting, the 6035-TS provides excellent results with palletized boards or PCBs that are too heavy to float on the solder surface.
The finger-type PCB holder for the 6035-TS is adjustable for boards from 50 mm (2") to 280 mm (11") wide and from 50 mm (2") to 450 mm (17.7") long. Customized pallets, containing multiple or irregularly shaped PCBs, can also be held in the solder-resistant fingers.
Auto-Dip Pin-Type Fixture-Less PCB Holder
The Auto-Dip 6035-TS also includes the pin-type PCB holder that allows multi-board processing with easy loading/unloading. It also eliminates the need for special pallets or fixturing in most soldering applications. A grid arrangement of corrosion resistant pin supports are attached to a frame that provides strength and support.
Opposite ends of the frame are attached to motors that raise and lower the pins into and out of the molten solder bath. The pin supports and frame provide a large work area of 600 mm x 350 mm (23.6" x 13.8") to accommodate any arrangement or combination of PCB assemblies that will rest on the tips of the needles within that area. The tips of the pins are ground to a fine point that prevents any sort of interference with components or problems with solder wicking.
The ability to quickly load or unload a large number of assemblies on the pin supports allows controlled, high throughput, mass soldering that is not possible with other dip soldering systems.
- PCB Size:
- Finger-Type PCB Holder:
450 mm x 280 mm (17.7" x 11") max.
50 mm x 50 mm (1.9" x 1.9") min.
Pin-Type PCB Holder:
600 mm x 350 mm (23.6" x 13.8") max.
60 mm x 60 mm (2.4" x 2.4") min.
- Solder Pot Size:
- 650 mm W x 400 mm D x 70 mm H
(25.6" x 15.75" x 2.75")
- Solder Pot Capacity:
- approx. 100 Kg (220 lbs.) Lead-Free SAC
approx. 120 Kg (265 lbs.) SnPb
- Solder Pot Temperature:
- recommended 285 °C (545 °F) Lead-Free SAC
recommended 265 °C (509 °F) SnPb
450 °C (842 °F) max.
- Solder Dwell Time:
- 1-10 sec.
- Preheat Time:
- 0-120 sec.
- Overall Dimensions:
- Auto-Dip 6035-TS
850 mm W x 800 mm D x 550 mm H
(33.5" x 31.5" x 21.6")
400 mm W x 130 mm D x 280 mm H
(15.75" x 5.1" x 11")
6035-B Stand for Auto-Dip 6035
870 mm W x 820 mm D x 660-700 mm H
(34.25" x 32.3" x 26"-27.6")
- Auto-Dip 6035-TS
Base Unit: 100 Kg (220 lbs.)
Touchscreen Console: 5 Kg (11 lbs.)
6035-B Stand for Auto-Dip 6035
27 Kg (60 lbs.)
- Shipping Weight:
- Approx. 353 lbs. (160 kgs)
- Power Requirements:
- 220V, Single Phase, 50/60 Hz, 40A, 7.2KW