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Re: lead-free components

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 18 21:34:02 EST 1999 | Kelvin Chow

Hi, I�m searching for manufactores of lead-free components (resistance, capacitors ...) Do you know adresses, websides ... to get some information? Please tell me. Dear Marcus, You may contact Alpha guy to see if they will give you some i

Re: Low-temperature, lead-free solders

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 22 14:09:50 EDT 1999 | Rick

Do solders exist that are both lead-free and low-temperature (e.g. 100-170 Celsius range)? If so, who supplies these materials? Any websites or contact information would be most helpful. Also, I am not an expert on soldering, s

lead-free stencil printing

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 25 13:53:56 EDT 2003 | russ

There isn't any difference in the printing process regarding leadfree vs. lead. The only differences are in the reflow process. Russ

Re: Low-temperature, lead-free solders

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 22 16:07:36 EDT 1999 | Rick

Do solders exist that are both lead-free and low-temperature (e.g. 100-170 Celsius range)? If so, who supplies these materials? Any websites or contact information would be most helpful. Also, I am not an expert on soldering, so any

lead-free mixed technolgy

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 06 09:10:13 EST 2003 | successmani

hi, NEMI recommends separate solders for reflow sodlering and wave soldering. Reflow soldering- Sn-3.9Ag-0.7Cu Wave sodlering- Sn-0.7CU Wavesoldering- Sn-0.7Ag What will happen if a mixed technolgy PCb board containing both through hole and surface

Separate Oven for lead-free reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 04 10:10:54 EST 2006 | Amol Kane

One of my customer is asking the need for a separate oven for lead-free reflow. In all of my researches in lead-free transition, i have not read anywhere for the necessity of a separate oven for lead-free reflow....am I missing something here?? plea

Rework solder fountain in lead-free

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 23 11:24:12 EDT 2003 | procon

Titanium components are best for any suface in contact with lead free solder. We will be offering our brand solder fountain rework station utilizing Titanium components in July. Lead-Free solders seem to adhere to SST or cast pots and cause blockages

Couple interesting articles on lead-free

Electronics Forum | Tue May 02 12:50:44 EDT 2006 | grantp

Hi, Yeah, it's a nightmare, and we are dealing with suppliers such as Xilinx and many others who have lead times that are now 20 weeks, but they can get you lead parts on 4-6, because they did not plan correctly. Lead free is not something that's ha

Rework solder fountain in lead-free

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 23 11:05:21 EDT 2003 | Kris

Hi Any of the rework solder pot manufacturers such as AIRVAC or other wise have any suggestions on what to do with having lead-free solders in the rework fountain solder equipment ? nozzzles, pumps and flow ducts seems that no published informati

Separate Oven for lead-free reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 04 10:41:39 EST 2006 | Amol Kane

thank you for reenforcing my knowledge of this fact. usually the customer reads 1 line in 1 paper somewhere out there and takes it as the absolute truth. we have a 8 zone reflow, that is very capable of handling lead free (max sp 350 deg cel)


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