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Lead Free and ICT

Electronics Forum | Tue May 09 14:49:57 EDT 2006 | Larry

Hey guys, Anybody having trouble with increased false contact issues in ICT after switching from lead to lead free? Our test guys keep trying to imply that the flux residues are a problem (we're using Alpha EF2202), but as the soldering process eng

Lead Free and ICT

Electronics Forum | Tue May 09 18:00:33 EDT 2006 | russ

in all actuality, you are both right. Alpha metals does have the toughest/hardest noclean residue that I have seen. When changing to no-clean FLUX you should run different probes. So back to square one. You're both right so who's gonna win?

Wave flux and profiling

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 19 16:26:24 EST 2006 | samir

Grant, Newer lead-free fluxes have 6%-10% solids content - more activator, therefore leave more "visible" residues. Old technology tin-lead fluxes got down to as low as around the 4%-6% range (I'm going off memory, so me might be wrong)... You'll

solder balls and flux

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 29 10:14:02 EST 2000 | Robert Hartmann

My company is just getting into the flip chip packaging arena. We are putting in a prototype/small volume wire bond PBGA line. We have some questions with regard to choosing solder balls and cleaning of flux. 1) Is there a formula for the shrink

solder balls and flux

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 29 10:14:02 EST 2000 | Robert Hartmann

My company is just getting into the flip chip packaging arena. We are putting in a prototype/small volume wire bond PBGA line. We have some questions with regard to choosing solder balls and cleaning of flux. 1) Is there a formula for the shrink

SAC305 and Selective Soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 18 14:12:40 EDT 2013 | pjchonis

Hello Bachman. SAC305 is the most common lead-free solder alloy, not only for wave soldering but also selective. Most of our selective customers (especially automotive) are using SAC305. What is more important than the alloy to consider is the flux

Re: MoonMan and Tetras

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 26 17:31:14 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

| Hey MoonMan, | | Did I catch in one of your fabulous threads that you're using Tetra stencils? I'm anxious to find out how you're liking them. | | We we're all set up to go to Tetras, then mgt decided to close down our factory - Dooop! "Foiled"

Re: MoonMan and Tetras

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 27 05:26:14 EDT 1999 | Charles Stringer

| | Hey MoonMan, | | | | Did I catch in one of your fabulous threads that you're using Tetra stencils? I'm anxious to find out how you're liking them. | | | | We we're all set up to go to Tetras, then mgt decided to close down our factory - Dooop!

Re: MoonMan and Tetras

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 27 09:26:43 EDT 1999 | Chrys Shea

| | | Hey MoonMan, | | | | | | Did I catch in one of your fabulous threads that you're using Tetra stencils? I'm anxious to find out how you're liking them. | | | | | | We we're all set up to go to Tetras, then mgt decided to close down our factor

Quick Frame and Dek 265GS

Electronics Forum | Wed May 20 07:13:15 EDT 1998 | smd

Does anyone use the "Quick Frame" with their Dek printer? The threads on the screws keep stripping, so we thought maybe we'd send our frames to a machine shop for heftier screws. Has anyone done this? Is there a better way? Isn't it weird how Alpha k


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