Electronics Forum: bake times pcb (Page 1 of 214)

BGA bake out....

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 28 09:15:21 EDT 2004 | jdumont

Morning all, we have been seeing some problems with the edges of some of our BGA's curling away from the PCB after reflow. Is this possibly a moisture problem? If so what would be a good time/temp to bake them at to rectify the problem? Thanks in

trough-put and cycle times

Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 07 18:21:08 EDT 2002 | murt

Hi I am a collage student and I was wondering if anyone could explain to me how you would estimate the trough-put, product and cycle time for a double-sided mixed technology pcb assembly. I would be grateful for any information Thanks Martin.

PWAs & PWB bake out requirements

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 09 09:05:09 EDT 2007 | davef

There are no requirements acceptance criteria for baking of board assemblies. What are your customer requirements? The common reasons people choose to bake PCB are to prevent: * Delamination of multilayer boards * Measles, particularly on double si

PWAs & PWB bake out requirements

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 16 13:00:32 EDT 2007 | russ

Here is what you need to do if you can, Since you want to shporten the bake time you need to increase temp. weigh a board prior to your current bake process (you need very hi resolution scale for this) weigh the same board after current process a

How many times wave solder?

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 19 10:59:05 EDT 2007 | peteb

Greetings, Is there a Mil Spec or IPC spec on how many times you can wave solder a PCB? I did a search on this forum with no results. Common sense says two or three times. I need documentation.Thanks for any info.

How many times wave solder?

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 19 11:45:34 EDT 2007 | Cal

Hi PeteB... I dont think you will find any Specs...but that I do not know. What I do know is it depends on the make up of your PCB and Components. Obvious haveing components that may be sensitive to heat the less you want to run or pass through. Re

PCB bake

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 17 20:33:05 EST 2002 | ianchan

Hi, Can anyone help explain the benefits/disadvantages of bareboard pcb baking, as part of the pre-heat conditioning, before the bareboard pcb use in SMT production run? The pcb board is 200mm x 240mm panelized pcb board, and has 28 smaller pcb boa

PCB bake

Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 19 02:29:11 EST 2002 | ianchan

Thanks for the tips... found out the ex-employee guy, had pre-bake conditioning put into the process flow, as this pcb is made of polymide material, that is reputed to have historical patterns in thermal sensitivity. To avoid "thermal damaging" the

PCB bake

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 18 04:45:32 EST 2002 | wbu

Ianchan, baking as being part of pre-heating is obviously sensless cause the PCB will not maintain any of that heat till soldering. Common reason for prebaking PCB�s is getting the moisture out to prevent outgassing, warpage and maybe other defects.

Re: Wash and bake of blank PCB's before assembly

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 12 17:21:07 EST 1998 | Justin Medernach

| I would appreciate any information concerning the wash and bake of blank Printed Circuit Boards | before assembly. | + Is it necessary to wash and bake PCB�s before assembly? | + If any, what is the reason for wash and bake of PCB�s? | + If any, wh

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