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spray gun for flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 19 16:05:10 EST 2018 | ldavis

I created a spray fluxer for our wave solder years ago that is still working well although does consume a lot of flux and is also rather messy. It's cheap and easy though so what the heck, right? I just machined a manifold that will hold four BETE

Solder and flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 06 05:13:01 EST 2002 | Dreamsniper

Crystalline flux if it is really clear should not be a problem. We were using Amtech paste before and we have the same results. Sometimes we mistakenly see it as a dry joint because of the reflections from the lighting of our Metcal inspection system

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

no-clean flux vs. impedance

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 19 09:26:54 EST 2008 | jdengler

The low solids flux that is commonly called no-clean can affect some circuits. We are building a PCB that measures pico amps. The customer required that it be cleaned. We would rather used the low solids and eliminate a step. The customer had

flux residue problem

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 03 11:20:41 EDT 2009 | thunderdog5000

I have a customer that is having a flux residue problem after wave soldering. Flux is roaring through the board to the top side and leaving a residue. This is only happening on the flat stamped leads. The round leads are fine. They are using Supe

Intel BGA flux type?

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 07 01:49:58 EDT 2011 | xboxhaxorz

http://intelpr.feedroom.com/?fr_story=236a12fb4342ce6a578b40e8b7121d14c0bab751 Watching this video, i was wondering which type of flux they use for cleaning and for reattachment. I was unable to find the flux they use. Shown at 4:17 4:29 8:59 If un

VOC free flux

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 18 08:51:31 EDT 2000 | David Chapman

I have heard that a drwaback to VOC free flux in the wave solder machine is the machine will rust. Is this guy for real? What do you know about drawbacks vs. benefits of VOC free? Thanks

No clean flux residue

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 01 09:50:01 EDT 2001 | lumidor

Our PCBs manufactured with no clean flux have a waxy film on the board...is this normal? Our contract manufacturer recently switched to no clean from water wash. Thanks Carl

Solder and flux

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 24 15:02:16 EDT 2002 | seand

Hello Yannick, Have you brought this concern up with your supplier? I would recommend speaking with your flux and paste provider to gain additional insight and recommendations for resolving the concern. Good luck, Sean D.

voc free flux

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 11 21:21:49 EST 2003 | Dean

What do you guys do with your old, used VOC free flux? Can you just send it down the drain? Or is it considered hazardous, and should be disposed of accordingly? Thanks for your replies.


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