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Heat guns and component damage

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 31 13:20:15 EST 2006 | mgdrouin1

Does anyone have any information regarding damaged caused to components due to overheating primarily with a heatgun? I'm having a hard time getting engineering to comply. Thanks

Heat guns and component damage

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 31 13:22:15 EST 2006 | mgdrouin1

Does anyone have any information regarding damaged caused to components due to overheating primarily with a heatgun? I'm having a hard time getting engineering to comply. Thanks

Heat guns and component damage

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 31 13:41:12 EST 2006 | outgasser

We are currently experiencing problems with delamination during rework/2nd op activity on lead free. I am suspecting this is a result of the use of a heat gun to rework components. My assumption is that the high heat and time in area greatly increa

PCB and component handling guidelines

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 18 09:41:44 EST 2000 | James Lewis

Has anyone seen or put together a good collection of proper handling procedures for components and PCB's? I realize a lot of it is no-brainer stuff, but I need some depth for a training class we are putting together. This would include ESD, Moisture

PCB and component handling guidelines

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 18 09:41:44 EST 2000 | James Lewis

Has anyone seen or put together a good collection of proper handling procedures for components and PCB's? I realize a lot of it is no-brainer stuff, but I need some depth for a training class we are putting together. This would include ESD, Moisture

Heat guns and component damage

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 31 14:14:03 EST 2006 | samir

Ah, yes. The age-old battle of Production Supervision versus Process Engineering. I guess you just need to tell your Process Engineer, "Pretty please with sugar on top, investigate this f*cking issue."

Heat guns and component damage

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 01 08:18:28 EST 2006 | slaine

RS sell a heat cun that is fully temperature adjustable buy one of them and pre set it to the right temp then put a calibration sticker over the control.

Heat guns and component damage

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 31 15:15:13 EST 2006 | russ

Heat guns used improperly will definitely damage components. You must have a controlled heat gun that can be set to the max temp you want pb =215C max, Pbfree maybe 240C max. This heat gun must not be able to be adjusted or you must have total trus

Heat guns and component damage

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 31 15:51:04 EST 2006 | russ

Relays huh? I can tell you from previous experience that relays are not a good heat gun candidate. Did you check how long this part can withstand the 240? I do not know what the 4 setting is on a liester but it is probably well in excess of the 24

Heat guns and component damage

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 31 14:30:38 EST 2006 | Chunks

There is none, since we don't know your part or temp being used. A heat gun CAN be used to remove parts with no damage, if its controled. You need to look up your part on the manufacturers web site, find the process data (time/temp)the part is desi

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