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Moisture Sensitive part - baking

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 25 08:24:15 EDT 2007 | davef

We're unfamiliar with such component dryout requirements. Commonly, tape & reel cover tape will seperate at 60*C. So, even if your baking on a metal reel, your should keep the bake temperature ~40*C. Sure makes you want to use these parts during th

Board baking after washing machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 02 12:01:26 EST 2001 | mparker

I have two cases where I must bake after DI wash. The moisture entrapment is specifically within microprocessor sockets. Without air gun blow out and baking, oxidation occurs that causes flaky contacts for the PGA. We will bake for 2-3 hours @ 60C. O

Moisture Sensitive part - baking

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 25 08:39:15 EDT 2007 | gsala

If plastic Carrier Tape (CT)/ emboss tape, is made by: a)Polycarbonate material, it can withstand temperature around 120C� or may be more mantaining original dimension. b)Polystirene material, at max 45�C-50C� the CT starts to change dimensions and

component baking

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 21 07:24:12 EDT 2002 | bayanbaru

What is the correct method to bake or cure the component?Standard baking practise by us is to place the units into oven at 125 �C for 8 hrs directly. But I was told that the correct baking practise is to cool down the Baking Oven to Room temp and onl

component baking

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 03 18:14:35 EDT 2002 | fmonette

I have never heard about a requirement for temperature ramp-up for baking components at 125C. In general the concern for delamination with moisture sensitive components starts above 200C (peak body temp). Most important is you should bake your com

BGA baking

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 20 14:47:29 EDT 2011 | floydf

We are going to be placing BGAs for the first time, and I have some questions. Is it recommended top bake all of the boards and all of the BGAs before production? I have had good luck baking boards that didn't wave solder well. It usually turns out

PCB & MSD Component baking oven

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 03 04:11:47 EST 2010 | grahamcooper22

A baking oven over 100 C will be at zero humidity. Do you really need to store pcbs/devices at 200 C...this will surely harm some products ? IPC 33B01 allows storage of MSDs in a dry cabinet at less then 5%.....these can operate at room temp or 40 /

60 Deg or 45 Deg Blades

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 06 09:28:30 EST 2001 | davef

You're correct 45� is preferred. 5 Paste sticking to squeegee: * Squeegee is heavily magnetized * Some pastes stick more than ... * Plastic squeegees stick more than metal * Old metal squeegees stick more than new * Paste needs to be worke

baking boards, revisited

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 02 11:29:05 EDT 2002 | slthomas

Yeah, like I haven't been hearing that for the last two months. Hey, Steve, got a passport? Hey, Steve, you like chinese food? Hey, Steve, let me know if Xiamen is really just like San Diego! :P I found some other stuff on Technet (courtesy of Jac

PCB baking for rework

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 17 11:45:48 EDT 2002 | fmonette

The current IPC/JEDEC standard J-STD-033 for moisture-sensitive devices does not include a bake cycle at 90C (it includes cycles at 40C and 125C for non-assembled components in reels or trays). However, the upcoming revision, which should be release

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