[sdiy] top soldering through hole
mr at analogue.org
Wed Feb 14 14:25:08 CET 2018
Top side is much simpler, I'll never go back - but probably a bit trickier
to get clean from flux etc?
Den 14 feb. 2018 12:05 skrev "Quincas Moreira" <quincas at gmail.com>:
> not significantly, resistors and diodes are resilient devices and they’re
> the only ones you can do this with. Unless it’s smd in which case
> everything gets soldered from the top if you use an iron anyways...
> Sent from my iPhone
> > On Feb 14, 2018, at 03:29, Roman Sowa <modular at go2.pl> wrote:
> > The component's body is heated to higher temperature than it would in
> case of bottom surface soldering. But exactly how much hotter it gets and
> how that affects its performance, I'm not even trying to estimate.
> > Roman
> > W dniu 2018-02-14 o 07:03, David Moylan pisze:
> >> On a pro PCB with plated holes is there really any difference soldering
> from the top or bottom for things like resistors where there's room to
> reach the leads on the top side?
> >> Dave
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