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solder ball after reflow owen

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 24 14:42:30 EDT 2006 | any

y we had solder ball after reflow owen?

HP/FourPi 3DX any model

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 01 14:22:58 EST 2005 | kietl68

I am looking for Machine specifications and literatures of any HP/FourPi 3dx comparing to current 5DX system Please help..... Regards Kiet

HP/FourPi 3DX any model

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 01 14:23:13 EST 2005 | kietl68

I am looking for Machine specifications and literatures of any HP/FourPi 3dx comparing to current 5DX system Please help..... Regards Kiet

Drying ICs any advice

Electronics Forum | Fri May 15 04:06:33 EDT 1998 | Alan Pestell

We had some failures on an IC package that the manufacturer has put down to moisture inside the package, leading to popcorning. This seems a bit odd, the package is a PLCC 84 which is quite thick. I have only seen this problem on thin packages. How d

Is AOI any good

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 23 08:46:49 EDT 2000 | Andy

Does anyone have info on wheathe automatic optical inspection is worth the money, and if so what should I look for when buying. What models are people having success with.

any comments on new site?

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 08 08:35:21 EST 1999 | Clifford Peaslee @ SMTnet

We are very interested in hearing any suggestions about the new site, and how to make it better. Thanks! Cliff

Have any one tried Aquavator?

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 23 13:38:30 EDT 2008 | fede

Hi, This week I received a newsletter from the people from High-Tech Conversions, offering an under stencil wipe which needs only water to activate its and clean. My question is, did any body tried it? Is it better than cleaning with solvent?

any suggestion will be appreciated

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 13 14:32:22 EDT 2008 | ck_the_flip

I am often asked to defy the Laws of Physics here byt the top brass.

any suggestion will be appreciated

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 13 09:22:08 EDT 2008 | scotceltic

Don't waste your time or your repair technicians time on 100 PCBA's. Order the correct part size for the pads and return the old part. There shouldn't be much of a cost difference. This will save you a massive amount of time on rework not to menti

Re: Drying ICs any advice

Electronics Forum | Tue May 19 02:59:46 EDT 1998 | P.L. Sorenson - Technical Consultant

We had some failures on an IC package that the manufacturer has put down to moisture inside the package, leading to popcorning. This seems a bit odd, the package is a PLCC 84 which is quite thick. I have only seen this problem on thin packages.

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