Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 25 16:54:25 EDT 1999 | C.K.
Dear John/Earl Thanks for your clarifications. To me also the problem does not seem to be linked with the PCB. The Pre heater temp. is set at 450 degree C. We are using Alpha Aq. cleanable flux. Can you elaborate on the
Electronics Forum | Thu May 13 11:35:41 EDT 2021 | winston_one
I'd choose between Koh-Young and Omron. Other machines seems to have some conpromises on technologys (just my point of view). We have both of them, but on different sites. Now just planning to perform a batle between it on the same assemblys batch to
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 11 11:13:32 EDT 1999 | Wirat S.
We've recently encountered this problem where one of our .050" pitch BGA's were reflowing at the wave thus causing shorts... The board was profiled with probes stuck to a QFP solder joint, an 0603, and one of the BGA joints. There was an almo
Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 03 19:24:25 EDT 1999 | JohnW
50% reduction in time. One draw back, the availability of feeders... You need 280 feeders max to change over a max capacity of 140 feeder machine (or a variance of a product mix vs. part numbers); then there's 8mm, 12mm, 16mm, sticks feeders that c
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 16 09:51:13 EDT 1999 | Graham Naisbitt
I'm sorry, Cliff, but what you say is akin to bovine excrement. The problem is that your server is shared and is in Fort Lauderdale, which is at the end of a spur from one of the Atlanta nodes of the Internet backbone. The available bandwidth on th
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 26 19:30:36 EST 1999 | Nik
Greetings, Can anyone tell me what temperatures pcb's should have when coming out of a forced convection reflow oven and out of a wavesoldering machine. Also, is there any danger of the pcb's giving off some kind of gas or vapour whi
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 26 23:05:30 EST 1999 | Thomas Clift
Greetings, Can anyone tell me what temperatures pcb's should have when coming out of a forced convection reflow oven and out of a wavesoldering machine. Also, is there any danger of the pcb's giving off some kind of gas or va