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Re: Cracking Capacitors and Solder Balls

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 09 15:46:29 EDT 1998 | Aric Parr

| Hi there Gary, | Your solder ball problem is very similar the problem I experienced, but I was using a water soluble paste at the time. It started by inspectors telling me that they were seeing cold solder on some SIMM's that we had built regularly

Foam fluxer maintenance, storage and cleaning

Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 08 15:27:25 EST 2015 | davef

Thinner: Flux thinner, NOT paint thinner We kept a spare stone in thinner in inventory. We cut PVC pipe to size, cap in one end, screw thread on the other, stone inside, filled with flux thinner and covered with a screw cap. I don't remember who we

Re: Cleaning under, around, and through tight spaces

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 12 17:24:27 EDT 1999 | Kevin Ham

| | A question for you all! | | | | Back in the good old days, we didn't always know how clean was clean. Much has changed. Much hasn't. | | | | My question concerns cleaning under, through, and around tight spaces. Way back when, we could not clea

Re: Adhesive Dispenser Vs. Screen Printing Adhesives Pros and Cons

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 12 22:16:59 EDT 2000 | Dreamsniper

Hi Guys, I'd like to share this to all of you...you can start playing with the rests...Stated prices, if not indicated, are in Aussie $ or Singapore $. Stencil Printing Adhesive Pros a) Less Capital Equipment Cost (Short Term). In reality it is f

Common cleaning agent for Water soluble, No-Clean and RMA paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 11:22:08 EDT 2001 | nifhail

Can I use one common cleaning agent to clean the stencils from a lines which are using RMA, No-clean and clean paste ( b'cos we onlyhv one stencil cleaner ). What about those misprinted board ? Can all of them use the same chemical or cleaned in the

Common cleaning agent for Water soluble, No-Clean and RMA paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 12:23:07 EDT 2001 | Mike Konrad

Hi Danial, Yes, you can use one cleaning chemistry for all paste types. There are many available chemistries from many manufacturers. The chemistries that I would recommend include: StencilWash Plus from Aqueous Technologies http://www.aqueouste

Vapor Degreasing, Inline Aqueous or Batch Cleaning - What is your preference and why?

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 14 10:44:04 EDT 2013 | sarason

In my limited experience. A Domestic Dishwasher with no water recycling like which is offered on some of the newer high priced models works a treat. Clearly this is batch. Inline filtering of the water supply is a good ideal. There are several ways o

What are some common problems and irritations you run into when cleaning your stencils, PCB's, or anything for that matter???

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 04 17:44:20 EDT 2021 | dwl

The hardest part was convincing management of the need for a stencil cleaner in the first place. Cleaning by hand using IPA and a lint free cloth just leads to clogged apertures and print defects. BTW, lint free cloths leave behind a lot of lint.

Re: How to convince management on buying Equipment ? ---For Dave F, Wolfgang, Moonman and the rests!!!

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 03 11:07:00 EDT 2000 | C.K.

"In Reality there's no additional cost or extra cost for the cleaning time since there is no increase on operator's wage in doing the cleaning but instead just an additional load or job for the operators at the same wage cost." I'd have to agree...

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