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Oven Temperature for Solder Reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 04 18:17:21 EDT 1999 | Judy Forbes

What oven temperature should be used to reflow solder (Sn63Pb37) on a PC board (0.075" to 0.100" thickness) in 5 to 10 minutes?

Royonics assembly

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 04 11:51:42 EST 2015 | hlandis

We have 4 model nr 2015 and 3 model nr 0.100 machines that we don't need, and you can have cheap, if you are quick. Thanks, Harry Landis Intronics Power, Norwood MA

Improve quality with stencil design for inductor

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 11 05:58:13 EDT 2023 | kojotssss

Hello all, I know there are very skilled guys. Can anyone suggest a stencil design to avoid component displacement during reflow to improve tension of surface forces and selfalignment? There are cases where the inductors are shifted. All parameters

in-line testing

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 08 12:35:44 EDT 2005 | esoderberg

Last year we installed two in-line ICT/Functional testers. With the current volume getting ever greater, we need to be able to identify post test what has been tested and what has not. One idea was to put two circular pads 0.100 apart with an 0.004"

Dummy Pads for Bridging Problems

Electronics Forum | Mon May 11 16:09:07 EDT 1998 | Todd N

We are having continuous bridging problems with the trailing leads on a 26-pin D-sub through-hole connector. The pitch is 0.100". The connector is going through the wave at approximately a 20 Degree angle. Does anyone have any board layout recommend

Agilent SJ50 .dat file

Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 12 04:21:13 EST 2009 | nkohler

Hello, We use SJ50 serie AOIs. I made a program which watches the .dat file and if an algorithm changes then my program makes a log file from the parameters of the modification. I know some numbers are which parameters, but I don't know all. I write

Re: Oven Temperature for Solder Reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 04 18:57:26 EDT 1999 | Dreamsniper

| What oven temperature should be used to reflow solder (Sn63Pb37) on a PC board (0.075" to 0.100" thickness) in 5 to 10 minutes? | Hi Judy, In profiling you need an understanding of the reflow specs from the solder paste manufacturer then you nee

Re: Oven Temperature for Solder Reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 04 22:35:32 EDT 1999 | ScottM

| What oven temperature should be used to reflow solder (Sn63Pb37) on a PC board (0.075" to 0.100" thickness) in 5 to 10 minutes? | D... is correct -- it's all dependent on your paste and your oven. Call your paste supplier (each one has a technica

SRT -1000 BGA rework system

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 30 22:37:15 EDT 2003 | Dean

I have been using a srt-1000 since 98. My guess is your heating up the part too fast. What is your heating rate (deg. C per second)? PBGA's do warp. Your profile should mimic your smt process (assuming you have no warping there). Also, check wit

Reflow Problems

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 03 11:34:41 EST 2007 | SWAG

We have a SMT build that has been trouble from day 1. This board is about 2" x 2" and is panelized. The PCB is unusually thick (0.100"). The problem we always have (no matter if it's leaded or no-lead) is that the solder likes to wick up the heal

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