Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 11 11:00:05 EDT 2005 | mmjm_1099
Alcohol and a scrub brush or try some 440R (http://www.smartsonic.com/). This stuff cleans almost anything off.
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 06 15:22:09 EST 2007 | Fat Angry Engineer
Transformations?? Hmmm...where do we begin. * Traffic Congestion will go up by 10% * Murder rate will go up by 25% * Drug Trafficking will increase by 5% * Prostitution will increase by 2% * Brush fires will increase by 33% * Smog will increa
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 21 10:39:06 EST 2007 | russ
Contact practical components, they have masks and balls, I would not call it automated though. These are simply placing the mask over the part and dumping the balls on it then removing (brushing)the excess balls. I have run and reballed BGAs with ou
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 30 12:04:25 EDT 2008 | jsims
Can anyone recommend a conformal coating that can be applied manually (dispensed or brushed) that isn't so volatile the operator needs special equipment/ventilation? A fast cure time/method would be helpful also. thanks John
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 13 09:50:32 EDT 2008 | diesel_1t
Hi dave, thanks for your reply I tried to locate "Techni-Tool 872M1034" on the webpage but I found: https://webvia.techni-tool.com/VIA/viaImagePageIndex.jsp?row=3&pgName=viaListProducts.jsp&searchText=CH8C&modifier=CH8C&reqTitle=TITLE_VIAUSERDOCLIST
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 14 07:44:59 EDT 2008 | davef
Comments are: * Link you posted to your brush actually connects to a general catalog page. * Not sure what solders your friend was using, but pastes leave different residues that affect probing. Some are soft and gooey, others are hard and brittle.