Wave Soldering Does Not Form A Brittle Intermetallic Phase

- Mar 21, 2018 -

Wave soldering does not form a brittle intermetallic phase

 

Solder contacts between cells are more economical and reliable than screw contacts or double metal busbars. However, it is technically difficult to weld aluminum-copper contacts for surge protection because the greater the difference between the two metals, the more likely the resulting welded joints are to be cracked, a problem often encountered with conventional laser welding. October 26, 2014 Manz Group, a leader in high-tech machinery engineering in Reutlingen, Germany, looks to the future Growth markets: electronic components, electronics, solar and power storage. Manz's expertise is based on six core technologies: automation, measurement technology, electrode printing, laser technology, chemical wet process, and vacuum coating technology.


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