Electronics Forum: applying the expected (Page 1 of 14)

Test the solder point

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 18 03:54:49 EST 1999 | jacky

Hello,everyone, I want to know how I can test the reliability of the solder point.And now we just push or pull the components to test the reliability of solder point,but I don't know if there is any measure of the power applied to the component

Welcome To CBAR and the Georgia Institute of Technology

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 10 12:28:24 EST 2000 | Keith Luke

SMTnet extends a warm welcome to the Center for Board Assembly Research (CBAR)at the Georgia Institute of Technology who have joined with SMTnet to provide access to the Electronics Forum through the school's web site. SMTnet is pleased to cooperate

Welcome To CBAR and the Georgia Institute of Technology

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 10 12:28:24 EST 2000 | Keith Luke

SMTnet extends a warm welcome to the Center for Board Assembly Research (CBAR)at the Georgia Institute of Technology who have joined with SMTnet to provide access to the Electronics Forum through the school's web site. SMTnet is pleased to cooperate

Where's the rush?

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 23 14:15:34 EST 2006 | billyd

Has anyone experienced any type of rush by customers to go Pb free? I mean, I see a huge rush for all the CM's to get their ducks in a row, but I haven't seen any push from any other part of the industry to get moving on it. We do a few lead free ite

Where's the rush?

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 23 18:50:09 EST 2006 | grantp

Hi, We are an OEM, so we deal with all stages of the pipeline from parts purchasing, to assembly to sales through our channel, and the biggest thing we have been worrying about is our inventory and bom conversions, as I don't want to be stuck with l

How many company are there appling the Pihr (Pin in hole reflow) in SMT PROCESS..

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 25 02:23:38 EDT 2000 | kyung sam park

Hi. smtguys Would you let me know the name of company appling the pihr in smt process. As you know PIHR stands for pin in hole reflow.( pin in paste) I just want to know what company apply the PIHR in smt process. I expect the contents of the c

BGA dropping off the board

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 18 02:08:06 EST 2008 | lococost

4 days seems a lot. You could be losing flux activation causing poor wetting on the enig. Check your suppliers data sheets for paste life. If it was contamination on the PCB, you'ld expect other components to solder badly as well. Try using a bra

Protection of the component in the double Wave

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 20 14:39:35 EDT 2002 | russ

I use TechSpray Wsol 2204-8SQ. This is a water soluble mask that is very thick and works pretty well for this application. Drying time depends on thickness and you should let it dry at least for a little while prior to running through the wave. Ea

Re: Intrusive reflow..from the bottom..????

Electronics Forum | Mon May 24 10:33:08 EDT 1999 | Jim Zanolli

Hello John: Teka Interconnection Systems offers an alternative to intrusive reflow for connectors. We can supply the connector with solder and flux pre-applied to each lead. Our system also includes a built in "solder stop" mechanism preventing th

BGA Detached off the board

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 11 07:27:32 EDT 2008 | eyalg

We had experienced two (2) A BGA which fail (detached) off the board. Surprisingly we noticed that most of solder joints remains on the board leaving perfectly exposed and clean pads on the on BGA package (virgin pads) . Note: No mechanical stress wa

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