Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 04 12:34:48 EST 2004 | cyber_wolf
I know that many smaller companies clean their stencils the same way you do. If you get good results cleaning your stencils this way then I would say stick with the alcohol/wipe method. Take your stencil and put it under a microscope.If the aperture
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 12 15:52:12 EDT 2004 | wgaffubar
I am using Indium 92J type 4 solder paste due to a BGA site with .008" pads and stencil opening of .009" square and .005" stencil thickness. When I try the type 3 we get insuffecient print. The aspect ratio tells me that I should be using a type 4. T
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 14 08:15:18 EDT 2004 | arcandspark
We have tried other stencils with different size openings but this company will not allow us time or money to run any experiments to define stencil criteria and printer settings, its just run, run, run. They really dont care about post reflow yields.