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Wave and Reflow Profiler

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 19 16:19:26 EST 2008 | edatasys

Check out http://www.solderstar.co.uk/wavePro.html This tool measures all key wave solder information with a single pass. Wave/PCB contact, immersion depths, etc. Also has a reflow pack to allow use on reflow, 9 channels with predictive software. B

Wave and Reflow Profiler

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 20 08:17:32 EST 2008 | ck_the_flip

Steve, KIC does. The new KIC2000 has built in dwell time sensors. You can buy KIC's wavesurfer option (like MOLE's waverider), or you can engineer a custom pallet for 1/3 the price. I made a custom pallet and took advantage of the KIC's automatic

RNETs and Lead Free

Electronics Forum | Tue May 06 11:56:56 EDT 2008 | joeherz

We have a board that uses 0402x4 RNET packages that we are having a difficult time getting to solder consistently. Paste deposition is fine (using AIM WS353) and profile is dead-nuts. I'm starting to wonder if this is something that we're just goin

QFN's and LGA's

Electronics Forum | Wed May 20 17:00:56 EDT 2009 | dyoungquist

We just placed a 56 pin QFN, 1 per board, on 10 boards and had zero defects. A good paste job, proper placement and a correct oven profile are the keys. If these are set up correctly, on larger runs your defects won't be zero but they should be le

Skewed and popped components

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 23 23:19:34 EDT 2003 | RLW

If you have a board that you've run several times, now you run it and like before all settings are the same, but now you have 0603's randomly skewed or an inch or so away from their intended pad (as if popped up in the air), or an occasional 7343 cap

SPC and Wave

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 15 03:29:52 EDT 2005 | dougs

thomas, why isn't it process control, you cant just think that because you've set up your machine properly ( pot temp, wave height, pre-heat etc etc )that everything is going to be ok, there are other factors that you wont find with wave riders or

Imm Silver and Voiding

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 23 10:10:15 EDT 2006 | Gman

Some amount of voiding was always seen on sites where solder paste is printed. These voids are much smaller. However the site where a flip chip is flux dipped has never had problems with voiding. Macro voids (and huge ones at that)across the board s

Wave flux and profiling

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 19 16:26:24 EST 2006 | samir

Grant, Newer lead-free fluxes have 6%-10% solids content - more activator, therefore leave more "visible" residues. Old technology tin-lead fluxes got down to as low as around the 4%-6% range (I'm going off memory, so me might be wrong)... You'll

Dye and Pry

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 12 10:26:10 EDT 2008 | realchunks

Why would a board failure related problem be a process problem. I agree most companies believe EVERY problem is a Proces Problem, but in the real world we know this is not true. A pad lifting means your solder joint was able to rip it off the boa

Dye and Pry

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 12 23:00:10 EDT 2008 | davef

You can say: The pad was lifted after reflow and prior to the dye and pry failure analysis. When we see lifted pads, we think: * That's a good solder connection * Either it took a lot of force to lift that pad or the fabrication of the board in the


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