Electronics Forum: 40 and oven (Page 6 of 64)

Where to start with a new reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 21 18:30:30 EDT 2003 | russ

AXL, you could be right! I personally didn't switch they did it after i left. Is it possible that indium might have changed in the last couple of years? I remember Indiums specs stating 40% post residue? This was quite a bit higher than some othe

Super M.O.L.E or Slim KIC 2000 for oven profiling?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 30 08:40:43 EDT 2002 | pteerink

I have used both. The moles both do the same basic functions. Software options are a little different for each. If you're just looking for basic profiles/oven qualification, either will do a fine job. If you're wanting more in-depth details, I'd su

Where to start with a new reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 14 23:40:36 EDT 2003 | Dean

Here is a tip. Do an evaluation on materials. DO not trust what anyone says about solder paste. There are just too may "experts" out there peddling the brand of the week. You can begin with the brands listed, but do your homework. You know your

QFN welding problem by reflux oven 10 zones

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 11 11:40:21 EST 2020 | emeto

Sebas, on your profile you have listed U2, U101, U102 and I was wondering if the questioned part is one of them. I attach a typical profile specs - you should follow the one for your paste. In the one you attached the slope is too fast, soak is prob

Cleaning old built up flux residues from reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 14 20:13:40 EDT 2014 | davef

So, someone is going to get a chance to buy a nice and shiny oven, eh? Summary from my notes of old thread on SMTnet: Some people melt sugar and use that solution to clean cooked-on flux residue. Dissolve sugar into warm water, spray it on the area t

SMD Moisture Sensitive Devices - Baking using vacuum-bake oven - seeking clarification

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 31 13:46:40 EDT 2019 | johnce

Hello, I have searched the forums for this specific topic, but can not find the clarification I would like. I am setting up a baking system to "reset" SMD components using a vacuum-bake oven. According to the JEDEC-STD-033 standard, depending on th

Re: Printing and Reflow with Ceramics

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 13 07:53:40 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon

Couple of questions. 1) Are we talking alumina substrates as the ceramic material? 2) Are we co-firing gold as the conductors on the substrate surface? 3) In other words, is this a hybrid thick film circuit? 4) If so, how large or

Process control, SMT inspection and rework

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 09 21:40:26 EDT 2002 | ianchan

We are a local enterprise with limited resources, just like you described, so hope this experience sharing helps : we place a production Visual Mechanical Inspection (VMI) inspector at the end of each Reflow Oven area, complete with magnify scope 30

ultra low cost pick and place?

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 12 19:48:47 EDT 2010 | bootstrap

I like what you're doing. 20 years ago anyone, hobbyists and tiny garage-shop companies could create electronics devices just as sophisticated and cool as big corporations. Today, SMT has largely trashed the creativity (and competition) that existe

Buying stenciling and pick and place equipement.

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 17 18:21:43 EST 1999 | Clarissa L. Ortner

We are a small start up. We will be buying a stenciling machine and semi automated pick and place. ( We have the oven) We are presently stenciling without any assit and loading leadless parts only(no fine pitch) by hand. We need to improve thrupu

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