Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 27 14:56:33 EST 2007 | jaimebc
Shy, What is your current method of applying adhesive? If the terminals of the component that has adhesive are not wetting ( or not forming a solder joint I think we are talking about ) after reflow, then you must be applying too much adhesive. As
Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 25 20:36:15 EST 2007 | shy
Hi Devaf, Sorry to make unclear statement earlier. I believe the issue that i'm trying to discuss is regarding the adhesive that place beneath (center) the component to prevent it from drop during wave soldering process. Normally the component pack
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 26 21:41:09 EST 2007 | davef
Shy: Oh, we NOW understand what you're asking. Sorry to be so dense. We agree that the standoff of component from the board could end-up being a little heigher than the pad height when using chipbonder adhesive. We rarely see a problem.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 27 07:51:21 EST 2007 | shy
is there any gap between the pad and terminal if we place the glue? Btw, my practice to print solder pate then punch glue then PNP component and finally reflow. Also we find drop/missing chip after wave eventhough we glue the component.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 27 08:21:43 EST 2007 | shy
How many mils the gap between the terminal and pad? Your practice is for technology SMT-4? What is problem with glue cure? is it due to the reflow profile? how long the glue can be keep in room temperature with humidity 40-60?