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Re: paste in hole

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 25 16:32:45 EDT 1999 | MMurphy

hello, has anyone tried dispensing solder paste in thru holes instead of waving or hand soldering. if so how did it work out for you. thanks for the input wayne We have tried this mainly

Re: paste in hole

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 25 12:07:00 EDT 1999 | John Thorup

hello, has anyone tried dispensing solder paste in thru holes instead of waving or hand soldering. if so how did it work out for you. thanks for the input wayne We have tried this mainly on thru hole connect

Re: paste in hole

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 25 11:05:19 EDT 1999 | Christopher Cross

hello, has anyone tried dispensing solder paste in thru holes instead of waving or hand soldering. if so how did it work out for you. thanks for the input wayne We have tried this mainly on thru hole connectors (.035 pins, .1 s

Re: paste in hole

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 28 11:47:54 EDT 1999 | Christopher Cross

hello, has anyone tried dispensing solder paste in thru holes instead of waving or hand soldering. if so how did it work out for you. thanks for the input wayne We have tried this mainly

Re: paste in hole

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 25 03:16:38 EDT 1999 | Scott Davies

Wayne, Earl, I wish there was some way we could toss our wave solder machine forever! Unfortunately, we haven't found a way yet to do paste-in-hole reflow for large numbers of thru-hole axial and radial components, which we insert on Universal machi

Air inclusion in solder paste

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 27 21:09:29 EST 2006 | ms

Thanks Dave I'm not convinced the air is necessarily in the paste from manufacture - suspicious that it may be folding in during the change in direction of the print cycle - or as the paste travels across apertures. It is not necessarily in the fir

Air inclusion in solder paste

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 26 19:02:05 EST 2006 | ms

Hi We are running automatic stencil printers, open squeegees, stainless stencil, stainless blades, print speed 25-30mm/sec. We have a frustrating consistency issue printing .37x.3mm apertures on a 45pin LGA (11 pads each side, 1 large ground in mid

Placement of 32 pin QFN w/t ground pad

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 09 00:57:05 EDT 2009 | jjmag921612000

SteveO, I had personal experience with this using a Panasonic MPAV2B. It took a while, but I believe the end result was to have some additional "Z" travel to press the QFN into the paste. Also, the design of the paste on the ground was key to keep t

Pin in paste connectors and lead-free questions

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 22 23:09:34 EDT 2019 | sssamw

Yes, you need work with supplier to see if can run pin in paste for these connectors, even do some experiments. A step-up stencil would be good for these connectors, also connectors pin size and length match with PCB hole design.

Pin in paste connectors and lead-free questions

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 22 09:53:13 EDT 2019 | kylehunter

Hey all! As background, I recently purchased a full SMT line for my company. We have a DEK 265, an assembleon opal xii, and a Heller 1500. Currently our jobs are leaded, and the heller is working perfectly. An upcoming job that we are potentially g

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