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Gold cleaning and repairing,and flux paste source

Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 16 03:09:35 EDT 2000 | Sartor

I am in trouble with gold finger cleaning and repairing.Can anyone recommend good solutions?Also,can anyone recommend a good flux paste source(s)?Thanks.

Re: Gold cleaning and repairing,and flux paste source

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 18 19:58:10 EDT 2000 | Dave F

broad answer. There's tons of suppliers. Go to "Circuit Assembly" magazine web site and look-up flux suppliers in the "Buyers Guide." Broad line suppliers are Kester, Alpha ... They will make you answer: I'm joining bla, bla, bla metals, using b

Common cleaning agent for Water soluble, No-Clean and RMA paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 11:22:08 EDT 2001 | nifhail

Can I use one common cleaning agent to clean the stencils from a lines which are using RMA, No-clean and clean paste ( b'cos we onlyhv one stencil cleaner ). What about those misprinted board ? Can all of them use the same chemical or cleaned in the

Common cleaning agent for Water soluble, No-Clean and RMA paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 12:23:07 EDT 2001 | Mike Konrad

Hi Danial, Yes, you can use one cleaning chemistry for all paste types. There are many available chemistries from many manufacturers. The chemistries that I would recommend include: StencilWash Plus from Aqueous Technologies http://www.aqueouste

Stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Thu May 12 14:03:38 EDT 2016 | chemers

Does anyone have an equipment recommendation for stencil cleaner brand/type that they would recommend for no-clean pastes? I have used ultrasonic cleaners in the past with aqueous pastes, but I don't want to buy something that really won't work for u

stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 17 11:16:09 EDT 2005 | slthomas

There are a lot of things that might affect your cleaning efficiency. Paste type (no clean or w/s?), cleaning chemistry, aperture aspect ratio (aperture width/stencil thickness), "linty" wipes, etc. Another thing you need to look at is the frequency

Stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 13 19:47:05 EDT 2004 | davef

Glue has different mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties than solder. That's why all these very nice no-lead people are furiously trying to gin-up some wacky solder alloy, rather than using glue. Among the papers in the SMTA Knowledge base

pcba cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 30 02:12:39 EDT 2019 | jags

yes and thanks for this feedback. we clean with degreaser ( strong) and flux is rosin with 10% in the paste (koki). we clean after second reflow . the gap time from bottom to topside completion is 10 hours. cleans with this time. my even after 20 h

Stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 16 13:31:30 EDT 2006 | a_laser

You can stop cleaning after a job when there is no more paste in the apertures. Under wiping should be done with a quality cloth and should leave no paste on the underside of the stencil (assures good contact on the next print and reduces chances of

Stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 13 08:07:53 EDT 2004 | Frank

Hey, What implications are there when cleaning a stencil of conductive adhesives rather than solder paste? I'm looking to change over to this medium but i'm stuggling to find any journals or data based around the implications of this transision, Ch

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