Electronics Forum: solder splatter (Page 6 of 9)

Re: The best way to erase flux from the golden fingers?

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 21 20:17:08 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Hey Gyver: Oooow, using a pencil eraser has to take time. I would hate to be the person responding to your customer trying to explain the pencil eraser shreds accidentally left on the board. Awww, just spritz it with DI water and wipe it off with

Solder balls - Pb wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 16 16:57:06 EDT 2004 | Shean Dalton

Try to observe the board as it exits the wave, look for solder snapping as the leads finally exit the solder. The surface tension could be such that a "string" of solder stretches away from the wave until it finally breaks. Then, as the string reco

Re: Longer soak time and reflow time impact Solder on Au pad?

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 07 11:02:29 EDT 2000 | Travis Slaughter

Maybe its not splatter, in my experience a sloppy operator can get paste on contacts and just one sphere can rune them and can look like splatter.

Re: Longer soak time and reflow time impact Solder on Au pad?

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 08 00:24:35 EDT 2000 | Jim Arnold

Sudden flux boil will cause splatter. More thorough drying or a slower intial ramp to allow drying to occur before a boil or "splatter" temperature is reached may aid your problem.

Re: Hot Air Nife

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 28 15:23:11 EDT 1999 | JohnW

Anyone using hot air nife for wave soldering process. Does it work? Does it really eliminate solder bridging and does it create any other problems? any feed back will be much appriciated. Thanks Tony A

Re: voc free flux

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 29 09:33:37 EST 1999 | Chrys Shea

I require some feed back from any one who knows about using a voc free flux in a nitrogen wave solder machine soldering both through hle and smt componants. What disadvantages are there when using this flux? Do you have any contact details with

Re: voc free flux

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 30 08:11:27 EST 1999 | George Steele

I require some feed back from any one who knows about using a voc free flux in a nitrogen wave solder machine soldering both through hle and smt componants. What disadvantages are there when using this flux? Do you have any contact detail

Solder Ball Dispersion Test (String Solder)

Electronics Forum | Thu May 03 15:02:59 EDT 2018 | solderingpro

Bob Willis (was the first I knew of) that has a splatter test that can be performed over a ceramic hot plate or the like. The concept is pretty straight forward, using a zoned circle, users can introduce the solder wire at a consistent rate and coun

Re: Flux splattering during reflow

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 13 13:17:00 EST 1998 | Matt Brown

We use no clean paste and sometimes experience flux splattering which gives spot on gold fingers. Need help in analize the cause. thx. Most often, the 'splattering' is caused by an excessive temperature in the oven: this can cause the solder p

Solder Ball After Reflow Process

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 16 13:52:24 EDT 2006 | russ

Oven settings are meaningless here. What does the board see? It is the paste we are concerned about not what the heaters are running at hehe. These solder balls are at the end of pad, which end? under the part or away from the part. I believe you


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