Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 29 18:14:20 EDT 2005 | OverTheHill
Good day, We use Loctite 3616 for securing SMD's to the PCB before wave. On rare occasions, we have to remove and replace the secured part. Our operators are having a diffucult time removing parts (large QFP's, etc). My questions to this forum: 1)
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 01 01:43:12 EDT 2005 | adlsmt
This is a bad situation and if you use (better to rework) adhesive that means it will work worse in your normal process(wont hold). Heat all the leads to reflow temp, twist (rotate)the part untill it breaks free. Most adhesives are not designed for t
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 19 06:40:06 EDT 1998 | G Thomas
Require a conductive adhesive - either isotropic or anisotrpic - which can be used for 100micron oitch devices. Must be resistant to solvents such as MEK and acetone. Cure below 150C, with possible potential for rework of the conections.
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 13 18:03:40 EDT 1998 | Sanjay Bhatikar
Sirs, What are the issues involved when a stencil printer is used for printing solder paste and adhesive? UV-curing of adhesive appears to help reduce slump and spread by forming a tough skin on the adhesive blob deposited on the PCB. Is th