Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 10 04:16:20 EDT 2012 | grahamcooper22
you are seeing a typical issue that is caused when such small volumes of paste are printed....there are several reasons for it..the tiny amount of flux in the small deposit becomes exhausted much quicker then it does in a larger deposit ( the flux ma
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 31 13:09:17 EDT 2002 | gdstanton
Anyone have experience with Indium NC-SMQ92J solder paste used in an inert (N2) reflow oven?
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 01 07:06:28 EDT 2002 | gdstanton
Just exploring options to improve wetting. It turns out our facilities dept is looking at an N2 generator to supply dry boxes. Thought it might be a good idea to assess whether we should expand the project to include reflow.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 31 20:07:16 EDT 2002 | russ
Never used an inert atmosphere with this paste but always had great success with it. It leaves a pretty fair amount of residue but that was its only downside if you could call it that. do you need to run inert?
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 01 13:04:57 EDT 2002 | gdstanton
Its interesting. It appears I'm getting conflicting feeback from Indium. This says its not a problem... http://indium.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/indium.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_sid=kTDKGClg&p_lva=&p_faqid=355&p_created=1014734692&p_sp=cF9ncmlkc29
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 31 14:08:22 EDT 2002 | Dave G
Used this paste on ENIG boards W/O N2 and had very good results. (0402's,BGA's,16mil FP) Never had the need to use N2 with this paste on our products. Running with N2 shouldn't hurt anything. The wetting properties should get even better than they ar
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 01 12:55:41 EDT 2002 | johnw
we run the paste in both air and n2 depending on customer requirements again it run's fairly well in both. Some people say it's better sme say it doesn't make a bit of difference, I'm somewhere in between at the moment. I definately think there's imp
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 20 17:07:20 EST 2007 | kennyrebbe
I am looking for a new semi automatic Stencil printer, and reflow oven that is capable of doing double sided boards with BGA�s. We currently own a Manncorp 4500R stencil printer https://www.manncorp.com/4x00_stencil_printers/index.php?view=overview&a
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 02 12:01:40 EDT 2002 | johnw
interesting, not at all what we were told so yes lot's of contradictions comming from them, I have to say personally I've not beein impressed with there technical service of late, are they getting complacent I ask? it's strange they say it'll cause
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 25 23:01:04 EDT 2008 | chip_flip
What paste are using? You should referance the manufactures time and temperature specification. Running lead-free in a 5 zone oven can be done with out a problem but it is not production friendly. If you are concerned with through put I would look fo