Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 26 10:59:54 EDT 2000 | Jose Baez
Sal: You are Correct running firts the reflow side then glue side. In my Experience I've seen a reverse procesess( first glue"cure" and then reflow side) but the quality results were not good, because We realized the Glue tent to cristalise and when
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 26 11:50:18 EDT 2000 | Wolfgang Busko
Hi Sal, the way you do it has IMO some advantages: - no sophisticated support for the topside print - no extra thermal stress for the the bottomside bonding material - less possibilities to lose bottomside components by handling One disadvantage mig
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 10 07:50:52 EST 1999 | michele sommaruga
I am referring to reflowing twice. Fist time I reflow the up side, turn the PCB and reflow the bottom side. By double reflow are you referring to double sided reflow? Or are you referring to reflowing twice? I would like to have informat
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 24 11:48:37 EDT 2005 | Anthony
Hello, we are currently designing our first PCB with surface mount components on both sides of the board. I understand about solder thieves in order to help short circuits. Are there any good white papers or books which identify the best practices w
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 14 04:45:16 EST 2016 | saimen
Hi There , Glad to contact with you , Here is Saimen in Tianweisheng , wish we will have a good cooperation in the furture if we have the honor . Our company is one of the largest custom-made PCB manufacturer in China. We can OEM,ODM,EMS single side
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 05 02:47:01 EDT 1999 | Eric
Hi everyone, I need some help on the whole process of double sided surface mount. We have been doing surface mount for about 3 months and we're getting ready to take on our first doule sided board. I just need some step by step process regarding so
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