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Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 26 09:56:13 EDT 2006 | mumtaz

Burn again to you Chunks ala Davef!!!

Blue Haze ( Not the same as Purple Haze)

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 04 14:38:04 EDT 2002 | slthomas

Thank you for not mispronouncing that phrase ala Wayne's World. We here in the Seattle area are sensitive to that stuff, ya know?

Addendum / correction

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 21 12:06:56 EDT 1999 | Scott Cook

Since Vic posted me privately and asked for the SIR test parameters I spoke of in my other post, I thought I'd respond on the forum. Ok, here they are, per Joe Keller--Solder / process consultant AKA Manko..... This SHOULD have read "ALA Man

SMT at home?!

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 16 13:41:53 EST 1998 | Luchezar Georgiev

Is there any way to implement SMT at home? I want to assemble a prototype board of mine. How can I hand-solder a 208-pin 0.5 mm lead pitch PQFP -- lead-by-lead (the usual way), or side-by-side (partial heating method)? Alas, no SMD rework equipment a

Is this the craziest EU law of all?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 12 10:39:59 EDT 2006 | Chunks

Not at all. Politicians around the world make snap decisions on little knowledge that create a far worse future for all of us. As long as their pockets are lined properly, they feel they are doing a good job. Do you really think any politician giv

Re: ENIG finishing

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 14 12:16:10 EST 2000 | Dave F

Steve: Several points: * I don't have any real problems with the paper that you referenced. The hair on the back of my neck did rise a bit when the paper touched-on the higher level of process control required for ENIG. * JAX makes a good point.

Re: Addendum / correction

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 22 09:54:55 EDT 1999 | Vic Lau

Since Vic posted me privately and asked for the SIR test parameters I spoke of in my other post, I thought I'd respond on the forum. Ok, here they are, per Joe Keller--Solder / process consultant AKA Manko..... This SHOULD have r

Re: FIDUCIALS

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 19 17:40:01 EDT 1998 | Eric

Nate, If your stencil vendor has laser-cutting capabilities, they should be able to burn in your fiducial locations. This process involves re-setting the focus of the laser beam to burn the locations 1-3 mils into the surface (as opposed to 1/2 cut

Re: SMT at home?!

Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 17 15:06:54 EST 1998 | Stefan

Is there any way to implement SMT at home? I want to assemble a prototype board of mine. How can I hand-solder a 208-pin 0.5 mm lead pitch PQFP -- lead-by-lead (the usual way), or side-by-side (partial heating method)? Alas, no SMD rework

No Clean for BGA's

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 02 12:06:59 EDT 2002 | dragonslayr

Scott - all sounds good. My primary concern is the residual flux left behind under the BGA. Will moisture entrapment become a concern over time? I believe that may be dependent on the flux formulation. I know that some no clean fluxes actually become

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