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Re: Closer lead more soldering bridge by using spray flux

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 08 12:49:41 EDT 1999 | Dave F

Hi,my master How to iron out such soldering bridge with below conditions: 1.The component(Harness)lead pitch is 2.0mm,the lead length is 3.2mm. 2.PCB width is 1.6mm.Pad size is 1.65mm.Its a single copper PCB 3.using spraying fluxer and n

Re: Closer lead more soldering bridge by using spray flux

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 08 13:06:53 EDT 1999 | Kevin Hussey

Hi,my master How to iron out such soldering bridge with below conditions: 1.The component(Harness)lead pitch is 2.0mm,the lead length is 3.2mm. 2.PCB width is 1.6mm.Pad size is 1.65mm.Its a single copper PCB 3.using spraying fl

Oooooh noooooo!!!

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 08 14:16:49 EDT 1999 | Dave F

Hi,my master How to iron out such soldering bridge with below conditions: 1.The component(Harness)lead pitch is 2.0mm,the lead length is 3.2mm. 2.PCB width is 1.6mm.Pad size is 1.65mm.Its a single copper PCB 3.using spraying fl

Things I Like Without Endorsing

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 02 07:23:04 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

To you all for comment and summary, The following things I like without endorsing (PCB/PCBA stuff - outside the great women in my life [many] and without [mostly]): 1) A good set of design rules 2) A good set of design rules meeting producibility r

Re: Via's in BGA pads

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 21 14:38:38 EDT 1999 | Justin Medernach

Does anyone have any experience with soldering 50mil pitch BGA's that have a via in the pad, the size is .012 The via will be masked off on the bottom side of the board. Need to know what precautions or problems if any I might encounter. The proces

Re: electronics assembly clip art

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 25 14:13:13 EST 1999 | Bob Willis

I am looking for clip art images of electronics assembly. Images like wave soldering, surface mount components, soldering irons... just general assembly graphics. Many sites have different individual images that they use I was just wondering if

Re: My Wave Is Getting Fixed...

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 11 09:50:34 EST 1999 | Scott Cook

Hi Steve. glad your equipment will be back on-line soon. Takes a load off, doesn't it? I'd like to respond to the following comment: "YOU'VE PAID A LOT OF MONEY FOR YOUR EQUIPMENT, YOU'VE GOT TO TAKE CARE OF IT ON A REGULAR BASIS!" What c

Re: Hand soldering rework fluxes

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 15 10:52:27 EST 1999 | John

Hi all, I thought I'd use this forum to ask a couple general questions on fluxes for manual operations: First - Is it OK to use a wave soldering type flux (specifically OA)? Thinking about activation temperatures and the ramp rate of the wav

Re: High-Temp solder for thermocouples

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 17 10:22:31 EST 1998 | Earl Moon

Necessity is the mother of invention... The other day I loaned my last bit of high-temp solder to a co-op and never saw it again. Then I had to run a profile and I was in a pickle with no solder. So I ran out to the local Radio Shack to

Re: Cracking Capacitors

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 09 10:02:46 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon

I am in need of possible causes and solutions to capacitors that are failing in the field. Are there issues in our process that need to be checked? Some people said the problems are due to improper storage. Others sa


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