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Lead free BGA on a Leaded Process

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 03 10:08:24 EST 2005 | WDLau

Hi All, How about leadfree proces but with leaded BGA, please comment WDLau

Lead free BGA on a Leaded Process

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 13 15:59:05 EST 2005 | davef

It depends. Probably it's fine for consumer products.

Re: Used dispenser machine HDP-G1 or HDP - G2

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 30 22:01:33 EST 1999 | Dave F

Sergio: You're looking on all the wrong places. Go to: * SMTnet PCBCE Mart * chipshooters.com * ipc.org * Any of the myrid of equipment brokers listed in the archives * Panasonic Good luck Dave F

Lead free BGA on a Leaded Process

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 14 16:43:53 EST 2004 | Guest

Yes, the (large) company where I work has the policy not to use leadfree BGA's in the "old" process, so it's not unusual. Be prepared to have more customers having this opinion.

Lead free BGA on a Leaded Process

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 04 21:32:49 EST 2005 | davef

We've had several conversations about that here on SMTnet. Search the fine SMTnet Archives. For instance: http://www.smtnet.com/forums/Index.cfm?CFApp=1&Message_ID=30307

Lead free BGA on a Leaded Process

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 13 09:55:42 EST 2005 | WDLau

Hi Dave, Then you think it is ok to use leaded (Sn/Pb) BGA with Lead free solder paste (SAC)and reflow process, As someone told it is not reliable and it should not be allowed to go,

Lead free BGA on a Leaded Process

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 14 06:41:43 EST 2004 | clampron

Good Morning Everyone, I had a question regarding the use of a lead free BGA in a leaded process. All of the information I have gathered from various seminars state that this is OK. It will process more like a column grid array where the 63/37 will

Lead free BGA on a Leaded Process

Electronics Forum | Sun Dec 26 21:18:04 EST 2004 | tellinghuisen

Chris, We also do not allow the use of Lead-Free BGAs in a lead based process. It is actually one of the things that scares us most about converting to Pb-free. Most of the suppliers that we have talked with are planning on moving to the SAC

Re: Component Counter - THT!!

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 01 22:56:58 EDT 2000 | Dave F

CK: Awww, just think how easy this is gonna be to make those others that wouldn't take this on look like whimps. Pass the ketchup please ... Bag the reps, they're good for lunch, but that's about it. Your equipment could have been made by a compa

Tape/Reel Counter

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 19 14:24:26 EDT 2010 | davef

See, the bean counters are taking over. They've got you out there counting flyshit. Chip parts aren't worth the time it takes to count them, even with a counterometer. Watch out!!! Next thing they'll have you doing is sweeping-up misplaces, figurin

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