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Large component count board

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 03 17:21:03 EDT 2012 | kmots15

We will be running a very large board with 62k+ components on it in the coming week. Has anyone run boards with this qty before? For sanity sake I had to split up the board into 12 individual programs. We will be forced to run it on a My12 due to

Large component count board

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 06 14:08:56 EDT 2012 | dyoungquist

We run a MY12 and our largest layout has 9700 components of which about 8500 (88%) are placed by the Hydra head. Average run time for our layout is 75 minutes. Based on that and depending on what percentage of your components are Hydra mountable, y

Problems about Profiling board with P5 socket

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 13 20:56:29 EST 2004 | davef

You have too many rules. Priority #1 melt the solder. Priority #2 worry about the other stuff. Priority #3 count the fly shit.

Volume of paste deposited with respect to board thickness

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 01 07:26:55 EDT 2004 | johnwnz

Alistair, your paste deposit is controlled by a few things: Stencil thickness Squeegee pressure Squeegee speed Print gap in 99 out of 100 applications for paste printing you would have a print gap of 0 i.e. on contact printing where the PCB is in fu

Frequency to verify the reflow profile

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 03 14:55:15 EDT 2005 | Bman

Both our Quad ZCR and our Conceptronic HVN-102 ovens have had blowers out with no alarms raised. We knew there were problems based on how boards were soldering, but don't count on your oven to tell you if anything is wrong with it. We verify once a

BGA Rework Equipment

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 25 12:58:04 EDT 2001 | BGA rework expert

A key factor is underside Pre Heater ----- Conceptronics makes the best in terms of IR Preheat----- Most machines have forced convection from the top and bottom --- the preheater is the key on larger more dense boards. Placement accuracy is also bett

How to PROPERLY interpet a supplier's paste profile documentation & specification?

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 24 11:01:19 EST 2013 | davef

I wouldn't get too tightly wrapped around the axial of paste suppliers recommendations of thermal recipes. Said another way, "Do not count on the solder paste representatives for good technical advice--they are the ones who came up with these "'TIME

Re: Rework station evaluation

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 01 00:34:45 EDT 2000 | Antonio

I have evaluated SRT, Air-Vac and Conceptronic rework stations. All three machines offer great BGA and Micro BGA rework capability. But the one I have preferred is the Conceptronic Freedom 2000, as a matter of fact I have purchased two freedom 2000 i

Conceptronic Reflow Oven help needed

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 01 09:41:00 EDT 2015 | tnisbet

It could be the control board that mounts onto the backplane board of the pc, if you have any further questions you can contact george@goppm.com

BGA rework systems

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 25 20:24:13 EST 2002 | bcceng

Maxtim, Again I have implemented BGA rework in four CM's and the machine that I have selected is the Conceptronics. In contract manufacturing you will have to be prepare to rework from the smallest to the largest boards with lots of ground planes. Co

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