Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 21 09:39:58 EDT 2017 | sumote
The very best batch cleaner I have ever used, and I don’t mean by a small margin, was an Electrovet MCS1000. I kept that machine running a very long time, but a software problem ended up being more than the company I worked for was willing to underta
Electronics Forum | Sun Jun 13 05:46:21 EDT 1999 | Brian Ellis
Murray "No-clean" fluxes/pastes should not normally give "white residues". Before exploring cleaning, which is costly for small production levels, I suggest you may care to find out why you have these residues. To help you, can you please answer th
Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 28 22:17:36 EST 2004 | Grant Petty
Hi, I would also be interested in this thread, but our problem has a different twist to it. We have good results from our reflow with Koki no clean paste, however when we pass the boards through the wave solder machine, the flux in that leaves a fog
Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 30 17:31:15 EDT 2020 | kylehunter
Hi all, (I posted on eevblog also, figured I'd try hear as well since this seems like a semi "niche" question) I need some advice on PCB cleaning. Up to this point, our assembly line has strictly run NC paste, with all SMT parts. We never washed an
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 09 16:19:37 EDT 2002 | Peter L.
Has anyone built using the ALIVH PCB (0402, 0.8mm pitch uBGA) on the SMT line? I would like to know any process issues (paste printing, p&p, reflow) related to processing this pcb. Specifically, what type of solder paste was used (no clean) and wha
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 28 08:08:18 EDT 2006 | Chunks
Screen printer, placement machine(s) and oven. You may also need a hand insertion line, selective solder or wave soldr and some form of electrical test. There are a ton of name brands that no two people can agree on. To get a better feel for what
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