Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 20 09:05:38 EST 2008 | tonyamenson
We had a similar problem with lead-free through-hole components. We baked those baords to remove the residual moisture and everything went to 100% pass - defect was gone. Couldnt hurt to try a sample run while you decide if the PCB holes need to be
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 23 09:52:38 EDT 2007 | d0min0
Hi, in past we had an issue with ENIG surface, black was Ni that get pass the Au - but it was discovered after reflow (SnPb) and the IC was losing contact with Cu tracks...at customers application : Reason was as I remember too thin Au sufrace... w
Electronics Forum | Thu May 01 07:33:19 EDT 2008 | realchunks
Jim, You need to repair or by-pass the cover interlock. The machine thinks it's open and will not procede any further. They all do it, even the new models. Once you get past this warning - you will get the the RESET window - garanteed.