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Re: Greased Lightning

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 16 05:07:03 EDT 1999 | Brian

I'd have put it myself into the Admin group, but I wasn't able to :-( However, it must have been a fluke: yesterday afternoon and this morning, it was back to its usual snail's pace : 2,8 kb/s today. Pity! Brian

Looking for manuals CP-642

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 05 21:09:39 EDT 2004 | cabjerk

THe Fuji Japan site has a more complete set of all manuals. Only one problem you have to get your password from them, and they send it to you by snail mail. Carl B.

Flux wave on PCBs

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 11 18:28:03 EDT 2015 | gregoryyork

Hi its undercured solder resist which leaves a clear waxy/oily residue and can be seen as brown tar/oil in the molten solder wave. This also causes MicroSolder Balling and some snail trails of solder pick up and worst case bridging and peeling resist

Re: vapor phase reflow

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 19 05:12:21 EST 1999 | Graham Naisbitt

Steve, If you can get me your snail-mail address, I will send you some latest information. We actually have a totally new system called Delta 5. It is Condensation Soldering rather than Vapour phase, the difference being that we solder in an air ti

Flux residue cause high false reject at ICT

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 30 19:55:30 EST 2006 | greg york

This may be worth checking out are you sure it is flux residue and not undercured plasicizers coming from solder resists due to the higher Lead Free temperatures killing the undercured resist, this causes many no faults found and bridging, solderball

Fine-Pitch Applications

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 19 12:43:16 EST 2001 | billschreiber

I�m going to reference Mr. Clouthier�s article again. It seems that the information contained within his article is answering many of the questions that are being asked. I highly recommend that everyone reads it. A copy can be found at the followi

RoHS reflow ovens need more zones????

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 06 19:15:57 EST 2006 | Jerry Butters

The "marketing geniuses" of the world are now touting lead free ovens, lead free irons, and even lead free smocks, heel straps, and even G-Strings! Bottom line is - ya just gotta get it hotter, stupid! There's nothing "RoHS" about equipment besides

Wave solder: Debridging tool

Electronics Forum | Wed May 13 03:22:26 EDT 2009 | J.Hall

We use SAC387 (or 96SC) and I found that the SelectX was only marginally effective and that other factors (varying the wave height mainly - we use pallets) affected bridging more. Also, because we run different products at the same time through the

safety?

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 12 14:10:33 EST 2012 | juggalo

I agree, 100%. My tattoos are on my arms and legs and are visible if I do not wear long sleeves or pants, so I understand people look at me in a different way. I also agree that I may be part of the problem with how I handle myself, but the only thin

Re: What do you want to know about Trade Shows and Conferences?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 12 16:23:56 EST 1999 | Chrys

To All, SMTnet has many new services and content planned for 1999. We welcome any input that you may have for ideas that would make your SMTnet experience better. One project in the works is to greatly expand our coverage of Trade Shows a

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