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Jan 7, 2020 | Were the boards baked out before soldering? Is there plated over vias in the pads?
Aug 30, 2018 | First suspect PCB contamination - clean the boards, bake/dry them, try again.
Dec 25, 2017 |
Aug 16, 2017 | What was the outcome OrHorti after baking some?
Jun 21, 2017 | Try baking the boards; you may have a moisture problem.
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Feb 20, 2017 |
Oct 7, 2016 | Two things ... A friend in the contract coating business said: "... the board is not being baked
Dec 1, 2014 | We had the same problem too. Water would remain under the caps even after a bake out. We saw this nu
Mar 25, 2014 | The boards are baked for 2 hours at 120 deg C Regards, R.Saravanan
Mar 25, 2014 | Have you tried to bake the boards before you process them?
Nov 6, 2012 | 188.8.131.52 states, ...If the bake temperature is not greater than 90 °C, there is no practical limit on
Oct 25, 2012 | I have read through the IPC/JEDEC J-STED-033.1 standards regarding bake and storage of MSDs. The
Jun 29, 2012 | We have not tried baking the boards yet. We are first going to try a new flux. If the flux fails we
Jun 1, 2012 |
Jun 1, 2012 |
Jun 13, 2011 | What are your Bake Requirements? As in temp, duration, etc...
Apr 6, 2011 |
Dec 17, 2010 |
Nov 4, 2010 | thanks for all the feedback... we also checked, just in case : - bake the components (no visible i
Oct 1, 2010 | Yes, they should be baked prior. We pre-bake all polyimide fabs, flex or not. They are prone to de
Oct 1, 2010 | Rob, thank you for input. I notice you mention a baking process for the flex circuits, this is
Aug 30, 2010 | Steve: Yes, you shall bake prior to thermal cycling. You should be able to download J-033 from JE
Jul 28, 2010 |
Jul 1, 2010 | Sid, Try baking the boards before running, to insure no moisture. Baking out the moisture will h
May 24, 2010 | We bake all of our boards at 220 degrees F for two hours. This bakes out all the moisture. Blow of
May 5, 2010 | Thanks for the info! What's a good type of oven for baking boards in?
Mar 26, 2010 | Thank you Graham for the response. The particular BGA that we currently Bake is a Level 3 BGA, wh
Mar 26, 2010 | HI, regarding the baking....why are you doing it every 72 hours ? How many times has each device bee
Dec 21, 2009 |
Oct 23, 2009 | --the lead time for ENIG only 6 monnths and need do baking before use if those boards was expired.
Dec 13, 2008 |
Dec 8, 2008 | Board House, Thank you for the info. We are baking 6 hours at 250F prior to processing. We are a mi
Sep 9, 2008 | We always bake our loaded boards before any BGA rework is done. 12 to 16 hours at 100 c. We have h
Sep 9, 2008 | We bake before we replace our BGA's for at least 12 hours at 125C.
Jul 29, 2008 | try baking the part before repair.
Apr 29, 2008 | Warpage typically (not always) kinda, sorta points to a fabrication bake induced issue that is the r
Nov 14, 2007 | Yes. Baking boards is best. Hitting the hamer on the head!
Sep 3, 2007 | hi, This is moisture problem, I think.I have similar problem.You must try to bake PCBs.I bake our
May 16, 2007 | Can't you schedule the bake to coincide with the production run so it just becomes part of the proce
May 16, 2007 |
Apr 5, 2007 | On finding baking recipes in the fine SMTnet Archive, your problem is not in the flex portion. It's
Apr 4, 2007 |
Jan 8, 2007 |
Nov 28, 2006 |
Oct 27, 2006 | I thjink you should bake these parts for 24 hours at 125C I used to have this problem and I even
Oct 24, 2006 | aj, Did you have to implement a pre-bake operation prior to SMT? Or did the new batch work just
Feb 2, 2005 | Process flow 1.Remove part - It may be necessary to bake assembly prior to removing. 2.Remove re
Sep 7, 2004 |
Jun 19, 2004 | Please bake PCB. And try other paste