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Pin in paste connectors and lead-free questions

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 22 16:25:18 EDT 2019 | scotceltic

Yes, unfortunately a lot of datasheets these days do not contain the temperature resistance to determine if it can handle the PIP application. In the past I have always used a 250 C at a min of 5 sec for the material. Also, the part should have sta

soldering and bonding on gold PCB's

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 09 15:24:49 EST 2002 | mregalia

Thanks Chris. As I was writing my last message our mailperson dropped off the latest issue of Circuit Assembly. It has an article on mixing SMT and COB on the same board. The author recommends as a compromise 10-20 micro inches of gold over 70-100 of

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

Electronic Assembly - PCB cleansing and COVID-19

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 03 08:34:54 EDT 2020 | SMTA-Gregory

We need to be careful with product to avoid introducing a new failure mode, namely corrosion and dendrite growth, especially those running no clean processes! In addition to heat (reflow, wave and some selective soldering processes) killing the vi

Re: Solderability of BGA and PCB

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 20 21:02:46 EST 2000 | Michael Psrker

First question I have for you is: Are you assuming that standard precautions are in place at your facility to minimize moisture content i.e. air- deionizers, vacuum sealed packaging, humidity control in storage and manufacturing? You do not mention

Solder Paste and fine pitch components

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 18 12:31:16 EDT 2002 | dragonslayr

My suggestion is to conduct a Design For Manufacturing (DFM)study on the assembly in question. Pay particular attention to the pad sizes, component lead dimensions and satisfy yourself that those two factors are correct. Given that pads match compone

PTH Hand Soldering and Rework Training

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 14 20:32:41 EST 2003 | davef

There's just about 4 beezillion companies that give solder training. Some are: * BEST Rolling Meadows, IL 847-797-9250 Bill Westmoreland (bwestmoreland@solder.net) http://www.solder.net/ * Circuit Technology 340 Raleigh St Holly Springs, NC 27540 (

soldering and bonding on gold PCB's

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 09 12:20:00 EST 2002 | mregalia

Thanks for cluing me into IPC-2221. Though the numbers they give seem to contradict what I have learned from people working with the materials. At least I now know where the guideline for a max of 30 microinches of gold for soldering comes from. But

Foam fluxer maintenance, storage and cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 09 09:44:22 EST 2015 | davef

Purpose. This describes setting-up a wave soldering system set-up for a new assembly design or checking a wave solder machine operation with a test board. Applicability. To be used for new design printed circuit assembles and during machine accept

Pick and Place Startup - LQPF100 bridging issues

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 26 15:48:31 EDT 2021 | grahamcooper22

Leaded HASL on small pads can be quite difficult to print on...the HASL tends to be domed rather than flat..and that can affect print quality...you really need a perfectly flat pcb pad to print paste on when you are assembling 0.5mm QFPs. If the pcb


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