Electronics Forum: reballing and problem (Page 10 of 65)

Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Thu May 24 09:11:12 EDT 2001 | Grant Petty

Hi, I would agree. We purchased a TP9 just the slow machine, but we were a small company at the time, and it worked fantastic. Almost no maintenance, and it's a dream to changeover. The serivce in Australia is also very good, but that does not appl

Re: MoonMan and Tetras

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 26 17:31:14 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

Hey MoonMan, Did I catch in one of your fabulous threads that you're using Tetra stencils? I'm anxious to find out how you're liking them. We we're all set up to go to Tetras, then mgt decided to close down our factory - Dooop! "Foiled"

Pick and Place Rivet

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 13 05:18:40 EDT 2008 | lococost

that's a pretty cool idea, I like some thinking 'outside the box '! 1. I don't think picking it up and placing it will be much of a problem. once the rivet is placed it will be held in place by the paste. However, you would need to make a tray that

MPM Up2000 and SMEMA

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 12 09:26:00 EDT 2016 | awhite

Our MPM Up2000 HIE is having a communication problem with any upstream machine we place in front of it...i.e. conveyor, board loader, etc. It all started when we removed a conveyor from inbetween it and a board loader, and hooked those machines up di

MPM Up2000 and SMEMA

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 20 15:00:26 EDT 2016 | awhite

Got it!!!!! On the main Operator Screen for the MPM UP2000, and under configuration (when logged-in under maintenance), it gives you ONLY the settings that the machine is set to....there are no drop-downs or options available to choose from. Very fr

AXI and AOI

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 09 15:20:19 EDT 2002 | pjc

When you look at the capabilities of Combo machines they tend to sacrifice performance when compared to separate X-ray and AOI machines, meaning they don't do either the X-ray or AOI operations as well as a machine that was designed to do only one. A

OSP and SIR

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 21 17:44:32 EDT 2002 | davef

Splitting hairs, I expect SIR of all solderability protection, including OSP, to decrease after reflow. What�s more, I expect the SIR of all solderability protection to pretty much decrease over time. The �comb pattern� test specimens meet requirem

Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 26 12:40:59 EDT 2001 | stefwitt

I would like to enter the discussion by tossing some numbers in. First of all I don�t like the 3 Sigma value. 3 Sigma are 2000 defects per mio. if I remember correctly. This means, if you have 200 components on the board, then every 10 boards have on

Re: BGA rework and reliability

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 30 15:09:44 EST 1998 | ChungPark

Dear all, What are your views on reworking BGA's? I mean, with the BGA going through reflow temperatures four times or more, and with a manual reballing process, wouldn't it raise up a few reliability issues? Would you consider not doing rew

Re: Re-Balling BGA and BGA sockets

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 20 20:01:27 EST 1999 | Tony Arteaga

Does anyone have information pertaining to re-balling BGA components using balls that are preformed onto disolable paper waffers (mini BGA reballing kit)? The paper containing the specific BGA device/pattern would be placed onto the BGA then pro


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