Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 27 09:18:22 EST 2015 | swag
Agree to disagree on Nano Protec. Have you used it and studied the results? We do 3D inspection and clean our stencils in the UT wash on a regular basis. Volume is better and we have to clean on a much lesser frequency when using Nano Protec.
Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 17 06:33:30 EST 2015 | buckcho
If you have a SPI machine you could try it, I have used no clean on some products, it is okay, depending on the product. Maybe the best way is to have SPI with feedback function to the printer and only when, for example, volume is above 220% to clean
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 12 14:20:44 EST 2014 | emeto
there are several ways: 1. Manual method- Remove the part using hot air gun, clean the pads, make a small stencil to re-ball the BGA and it is ready for placement. 2. Improved method - Use equipment dedicated for BGA rework 3. No hassle method - Giv
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 03 12:58:14 EDT 2016 | rrpowers
Yes, we have been doing full SMT in reel-to-reel (R2R) or roll-to-roll for over 20 years now. This includes stencil printing, pick-and-place, reflow, AOI, electrical testing. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.