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Wave flux and profiling

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 19 12:01:29 EST 2006 | patrickbruneel

Here�s a link to a previous thread that might be helpful http://www.smtnet.com/Forums/index.cfm?fuseaction=view_thread&CFApp=1&Thread_ID=6947&#Top Look what KEN has to say on the subject Patrick

no-clean flux vs. impedance

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 20 12:22:39 EST 2008 | shrek

KRIKIES, a designer insisting on cleaning no-clean residues! the BLAME-THE-PROCESS bandwagon travels everywhere, me lad!

BGA flux dipping process

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 02 21:13:08 EDT 2009 | kircchoffs

thanks for the inputs. we are planning to run on fuji nxt i think cycle time will not be an issue. i still have another question if we can still use the same reflow profile for paste? or do we need to create another profile?

Problem with flux

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 20 07:10:46 EDT 2009 | davef

Questions are: * On what portion of the second side of the board [eg, solder only, solder mask only, etc] do you see this white hazy residue? * Could you attach a picture? * You mention cleaning this residue. What have you used to clean the residue?

Problem with flux

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 20 08:24:07 EDT 2009 | padawanlinuxero

Hi ! In both solder mask and solder joint, I am going to upload a picture today promise, I use only IPA and a ESD brush this kinda clean the problem

Vapor/ensolve flux cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 28 14:52:03 EDT 2010 | davef

When we hear the words 'flexible circuit' and 'delamination' in the same sentence, we think: * Excessive reflow temperature. * Entrapped moisture. Boardhouse: I hope this is a step towards redemption.

Re: voc free flux

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 05 08:25:31 EDT 1999 | ADRIANO FERNANDES

I require some feed back from any one who knows about using a voc free flux in a nitrogen wave solder machine soldering both through hle and smt componants. What disadvantages are there when using this flux? Do you have any contact

Water Soluble flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 07 22:40:05 EDT 1998 | Eric R.

Came a cross an interseting observation/question. I'll need to filter additional information and specifics to those whom may be able to assist me. But for now; I use a water soluble base organic flux manufactured by Kester (the exact solution will

Amtech 4300 no-clean+washable flux

Electronics Forum | Sun Dec 11 22:39:36 EST 2016 | ppcbs

We have been using the Amtech line for over 12 years now with all of our PCB and BGA Rework. The NWS-4400 is mildly active and will give better results with Lead Free Solder. Note that the LF-4300 is considered a No-Clean. However it will show lea

voc free flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 12 10:45:12 EST 2003 | johnthor

Absolutely, read the manufacturers MSDS. You do have it, don't you? We use Kester 971 and it reads Waste Disposal Methods: According to local regulations. Considered biodegradable. We did take the precaution of informing the local authorities and


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