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How to use Narrow-pitch Soldering Type : Shape S and examples

This shape is derived from Shape B, C, D and I, which is used for soldering tiny tips at the narrow pitches. Try Shape S as well as Shape I or Shape K if the tip end of Standard type touches the nearby ICs. * '900M-T-S10' and '900M-T-S11' are not suitable for soldering at narrow pitches because they belong to Shape C group which has the special angle cut (55 degree) at the tip end. This type has the tiered design: the nearer to the tip end, the thinner the diameter.

This type has the tiered design: the nearer to the tip end, the thinner the diameter.
Soldering tiny chip parts such as 0603

Shape SB : Tip end size R0.2

Shape SB : Tip end size R0.2

The special shape of fine tip end makes it easy to solder a tiny chip.

Shape S : Tip end size R0.5

Shape S : Tip end size R0.5


Soldering at the narrow pitches

Use it for soldering at the narrow pitches.

The special shape of fine tip end prevents its tip end from touching nearby chips.

When soldering with “900M-T-B”, tip end can touch the chip on the left side even if your hand shakes a little.