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BGA baking

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 20 14:47:29 EDT 2011 | floydf

We are going to be placing BGAs for the first time, and I have some questions. Is it recommended top bake all of the boards and all of the BGAs before production? I have had good luck baking boards that didn't wave solder well. It usually turns out

baking boards, revisited

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 02 13:59:11 EDT 2002 | davef

There are some excellent exhumation structures of high pressure and superhigh pressure metamorphic terranes in the Qinling-Dabie Mountain belt.

Bare PCB baking

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 20 16:53:18 EST 2002 | davef

Q1: How important is the bare PCB baking ? A1: Baking boards is a non-value added activity. Q2: What is the temperature for baking @ what RH ? A2: Search the fine SMTnet Arcives for bake recipes. Q3: What would be the impact for the ENTEK finishe

Bare PCB baking

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 19 02:59:24 EST 2002 | yngwie

Hi Experts out there, pls help me with the following matters. How important is the bare PCB baking ? What is the temperature for baking @ what RH ? What would be the impact for the ENTEK finished board should the baking is really necessary ? For t

baking boards, revisited

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 04 11:34:42 EDT 2002 | Bob Willis

Some additional comments from a paper may be of interest. Baking Printed Circuit Boards - Why and How Baking printed boards prior to conventional and surface mount assembly should not be necessary. Often boards are baked for historical reasons; in

baking boards, revisited

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 01 20:56:48 EDT 2002 | davef

Hey Steve, You shouldn't bake your boards, because it's a bandaid for bad fabrication, packaging, storage practices, and what not. You really should go back to the source of the problems and fix that so that you don't add non-value-added costs to

baking boards, revisited

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 02 14:11:14 EDT 2002 | slthomas

Dave, you have a good memory as well as an unhuman mastery of the internet search engine! Thanks, dude, I'll take my hammer, if I can find it. Maybe bring back some garnets....

baking boards, revisited

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 02 21:01:20 EDT 2002 | davef

I'm looking for a turtle ~5" in diameter with no fussy lineage to use as a paper weight. Are you too far West?

baking PWB standard??

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 26 03:48:44 EDT 2008 | eyalg

Does anyone know if the IPC 610 standard call for baking bare boards (PWB) prior assembly? Note: I am talking about bare boars only and NOT plastic packages components, Regards. Eyal Green

baking boards, revisited

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 01 16:33:33 EDT 2002 | slthomas

I know, I know. It's not a "solution", per se, because it's a bandaid for bad fabrication, packaging, and storage practices. Still, it's a reality with our overseas CM that has a plant in a very humid environment. Is 16 hours @ 105C the safe way to

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