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Solder Paste Printing to 0.005

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 27 13:34:28 EST 2010 | ppcbs

Does anyone have any experience in printing solder paste on a 0.0065" pad? I have a requirement to attach single chips with 600 to 2400 connections. The chip has a 0.005" solder ball, 0.010 pitch. Attaching to a substrate with a 0.0065" pad. An

Solder Paste Printing to 0.005

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 28 09:52:28 EST 2010 | flipit

Use a 0.002" to 0.003" thick stencil. Use an electroformed stencil from Photo Stencil or one of the others. Use -500 +635 paste or a -500 paste or type 5 or greater paste. I have printed at 0.008" pitch with 0.004" pads. It can be done.

Solder Paste Printing to 0.005

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 04 09:26:22 EST 2011 | scottp

We've been doing this for over 10 years using flux. We print a tacky flux first using an 0.002 or 0.003" thick stencil, then print paste using a thicker stencil with the underside half etched to keep it away from the flux. In our case, we can't jus

Water Jet Stencil Cut

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 04 06:52:28 EDT 2005 | Rob

Am I doing my maths right? 0.005 inches is 0.127mm which is crap for a stencil. Our supplier (laser cut)has an aperture tolerance of 0.005mm (approx. 0.000197 inches).

Temp Profile for 0.05 pitch

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 01 17:54:26 EST 1998 | Mike Mihld

Can anyone advise a good starting point for a temp profile for on 0.05" and 1206 component boards? These boards are simple by todays standards and do not contain any fine pitch or other special components. Thanks in advance... MM

how to solder manganin 0.05mm manganin wire to a copper plate

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 29 05:13:35 EST 2015 | neeraj_iiser

how to solder manganin 0.05mm manganin wire to a copper plate

Stencil thickness

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 02 17:46:22 EST 2006 | Chris

Go with no greater than 0.005". Pleanty of paste and minimal shorting issues. 0.004" will even work

screen thickness

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 24 20:00:39 EST 2012 | kahrpr

If you failed math like I did. A 0.005 inch stencil would work fine for those parts. Most stencils are 0.004in for fine pitch 1005s 201s. 0.005in is probably the most common generic stencil. 0.006in generally is if you need extra solder for big parts

BGA short

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 15 08:20:39 EST 2005 | jhernan9

The BGA pitch is 0.8 mm and stencil thickness is 0.005"

Solder Ball under BGA

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 27 16:49:16 EDT 2004 | davef

Where blank are the balls on a BGA supposed be? UNDERNEITH, dammit!!! Fire that inspector. It's good that you have your balls imbedded in something, so that they are not rolling around. Beyond that, consider the five ball system! - No more than

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