Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 05 11:36:30 EST 2002 | William Guatemala
Have you check the flux gravity lately? If not, Check the flux gravity every 6 hours to make sure proper parameters are meet. Here is a list of things that may cause your solder ball problems; Excecive heat, defective fixtures, preheating temperature
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 06 18:13:15 EST 2002 | slthomas
We only have solder balling problems in the interface of the pcb with the selective soldering pallet. All other boards (single, and double sided glue and waved alike) are fine, so I'm not thinking this is going to follow the normal path for resoluti
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 06 04:10:25 EDT 2001 | kensmoke
We recently had a multi block panal change at the vendor Now the production lines are producing solderability defects in great number. The makeup of the pcb is a type of fiber glass mask green in color and pads with no tinning just copper lands.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 09 11:56:01 EDT 2005 | Rob
We sometimes use a peelable mask the the PCB manufacturer (board house) adds as part of their process. It may seem an expensive option but avoids: Raising P/o's for tape/peelable mask as consumables booking & inspection Booking out to the shop floo
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 16 19:05:57 EST 2002 | davidduke
Steve , I agree with all the responses you have received. Randy Villeneuve is absolutly correct in all of his assesments and I would consider him an expert with the process , Gris is correct about adding a "heat sink" to the process complicating pr
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 10 11:57:16 EDT 2005 | pr
Is the peelable mask (put on by the boardhouse) flat on the surface of the pcb? If so can you tell me the material name, so maybe I can find a picture? We have to print adhesive on the board, so the mask has to be flat. That is why Kapton from the b
Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 24 08:26:41 EST 2005 | GS
Thank you, very intersting. Seen they've experimented also Sn Cu Ni on wave solder. Rgards............GS
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 23 23:29:17 EST 2005 | azbvc
Slaine, thank you for sharing..
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 23 06:09:04 EST 2005 | Slaine
good report showing lots of sections and compairng differnet pcb finishes http://www.smartgroup.org/experience/experience%20report%202005.pdf
Electronics Forum | Thu May 13 09:52:34 EDT 2021 | winston_one
Want to update this question a little, I know it appears few years ago, but I hope there is some updates... We have to assembly few samples of motherboards with this kind of finish (customer mistake during pcb order). Normally we can use leaded sold
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