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uBGA

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 12 13:27:35 EDT 1999 | Upinder Singh

Hi all , We are trying to implement the micro-BGA technology at our plant. I need the clarification to the following points: 1. Is underfill required for micro-BGAs? 2. What type of stencil apertures are the industry standards for uBGAs and of wha

Re: Solder Stack Film Capacitors

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 28 08:41:37 EDT 2000 | Aaron

1. Check printing accuracy. 2. Check placement accuracy. 3. Your components should be kept in a good environment to prevent oxidation of terminations. 4. Pads pattern should be designed according to standards. If 1.2. are okay, you should suspect 3

Bubbles in conformal coat

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 10 15:01:28 EDT 2009 | mefloump

I currently spray DOW 2620 with my PVA650 without any problems. I do not thin it but I do have a distance between the coating machine and IR oven to provide a flash off period. I notice bubbles only when the flash off time is too short and the coatin

Bubbles in conformal coat

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 27 08:34:50 EDT 2009 | floydf

I am having trouble with little air bubbles in my conformal coat. It ranges from a few pin sized bubble to looking like spit. We are using Dow 2620 silicone conformal coat applied with a PVA sprayer machine. The conformal coat comes in bladder bags t

Bubbles in conformal coat

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 09 16:07:30 EDT 2009 | dlabelle

We use Dow 2620 silicone conformal coat applied with PVA1000 sprayer machine. If used on a daily bases, we have no problem. If we let the machine sit idle for over a week, we will get bubbles in the conformal coating. Sometimes, purging the line w

Bubbles in conformal coat

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 28 08:52:13 EDT 2009 | duso02

Yes, you must thin Dow CC for any spray operations. We use Dow 2577 daily for multiple customers and we always thin it for spray operations and 2577 is considered medium viscosity. Dow recommends using up to 60% solvent (Xylene). Your 2620 is low vis

Re: uBGA

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 12 14:30:37 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

Hi all , We are trying to implement the micro-BGA technology at our plant. I need the clarification to the following points: 1. Is underfill required for micro-BGAs? 2. What type of stencil apertures are the industry standards for uB

Re: uBGA

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 13 13:28:18 EDT 1999 | Upinder Singh

Hi all , We are trying to implement the micro-BGA technology at our plant. I need the clarification to the following points: 1. Is underfill required for micro-BGAs? 2. What type of stencil apertures are the industry st

Re: uBGA

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 13 13:51:51 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

Hi all , We are trying to implement the micro-BGA technology at our plant. I need the clarification to the following points: 1. Is underfill required for micro-BGAs? 2. What type of stencil apertures are t

Re: uBGA

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 13 15:04:24 EDT 1999 | Scott McKee

Hi all , We are trying to implement the micro-BGA technology at our plant. I need the clarification to the following points: 1. Is underfill required for micro-BGAs? 2. What type of stencil a

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