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stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 22 06:47:16 EDT 2005 | moonshine

Proof Of Design has a number of free documents as operations procedures: http://www.moonmanondarkside.com Enjoy, MoonMan

Stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 16 08:20:36 EDT 2006 | davef

First, isn't paper a nonwoven? Maybe we start splitting hairs on whether paper is a 'fabric' or not, but what's the difference? Second, paper versus nonwoven fabric boils down to performance and cost. We know 'paper', but it could be 'fabric' and

Missprinting cleaning

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 01 20:30:27 EDT 2018 | jacobidiego

hahaha, I first thought the same joke and researched a bit. So to clarify to anyone reading this post, what the chinese guys called Absolut Alcohol is not the Vodka brand, it is Ethanol, which has

pcba cleaning

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 29 04:40:42 EDT 2019 | jags

how long i can keep pcba after bottom reflow soldering to top side reflow soldering. like 12 hours or 24 hour or 48 hours........Enig board. leadfree soldering with 10% flux

pcba cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 04 07:27:33 EST 2019 | amitthepcbguy

There are multiple methods where you can perform top and bottom reflow soldering simultaneously. With this method, you might not worry about the type of flux there is. Each part is covered and baked as per the requirement, while making sure there are

cleaning PCB's

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 10 14:04:38 EST 2006 | Mike Konrad

Flashback time� Vapor degreasers, although still used in limited applications, no longer represent the conventional wisdom (due to multiple environmental issues). Aqueous-based technologies are the most common method of defluxing. Unlike most va

Stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Fri May 13 10:13:24 EDT 2016 | esoderberg

Have used a Pressure Products N29 stencil cleaner for many years with outstanding results. The fluid is Zestron Vigon SC200. Tank holds 14 gallons that lasts for 1 year providing that you change the filters every month and makeup the fluid evaporatio

cleaning spec

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 14:11:38 EST 2006 | mholz

I am looking for an industry standard �stock� note to place on our printed circuit board assembly drawings that will capture a level of cleanliness for an IPC-A-610 class 2 board assembly. I�m looking for some quantitative spec for cleanliness that w

Note for cleaning process

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 26 13:55:56 EDT 2008 | dyoungquist

Water will not remove no clean flux residues because they are not water soluble. Solder paste with no clean flux should only be used when the assemblies do not need to be cleaned. That said, you can buy special cleaning solvents specifically for re

Affordable, non-flammable cleaning solutions?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 19 15:30:55 EST 2007 | dyoungquist

For flux cleaning after rework try "ProClean" flux remover.

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