Electronics Forum: conditioning (Page 1 of 119)

Baking components at 70 degree

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 25 08:06:04 EDT 2008 | davef

Questions are: * What does "weight of baked water from package with this condition [70 degree and 24 hours below 10Pa] is more than 125 degree at normal condition" mean? * What is "normal condition"?

Referee Call on Solder Balls

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 31 15:31:00 EST 2013 | rjohnston58

Are the conditions (Bullets) under the IPC Acceptable and Defect sections "ANDs" or "ORs"? In other words, does every condition under a section must be meet to be Acceptable/Defect or meeting any one condition suffices?

Used equipment price estimates..?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 30 11:00:19 EDT 1998 | Matt Harding

I have some potential unused SMT equipment which may be candidates for sale. Any input regarding the value or expected going rate would be appreciated. CONDITION: E - Excellent Condition F - Fair Condition G - Good Condition Equipment List: BRAND

Solder Shelf Life

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 22 03:26:42 EST 2001 | moseschee

Hi Dave, Thank you for your reply.It means a lot to me. By the way, is it possible to have the analysed data on the study you mentioned regarding the solderability "conditioning " ? Can we establish the correlation of solder shelf life based on y

defects in pcb manufacturing

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 02 07:16:47 EST 2009 | umar

Base on the top picture condition, seems like the boards condition is a lot with solder splash or solder ball which is per IPC-610 is under reject (under 5.6.2)for class 3 product. While the picture 2 is showing those the solder resist is not melt pr

Reflow Oven

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 13 10:49:20 EDT 2019 | sankarseptember

It Satisfy Profile Condition

Re: Oxidated terminals

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 08 09:15:14 EST 2000 | Steve Aki

First of all, verify your storage conditions. Its useful that poor storage conditions can cause damages in devices (especialy oxidations). bye! Steve Aki

Re: lead straightening

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 22 08:59:34 EST 1999 | Chris Fontaine

Kris, Try searching the web for the phrase "Lead Conditioning". For some reason "conditioning" is the term used most often as opposed to "straigntening". There are a number of machines out there, most notably those by STI. Chris Fontaine Manufact

stencil condition

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 07 05:57:37 EST 1999 | Ken Mok

What kind of equipment are you using to gauge the thickness of your stencil after it's used for some months? How to determin the condition of the stencil? Your input is much appreciated. Ken Mok, based in Shenzhen, China.

Re: stencil condition

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 07 08:13:33 EST 1999 | Earl Moon

What kind of equipment are you using to gauge the thickness of your stencil after it's used for some months? How to determin the condition of the stencil? Your input is much appreciated. Ken Mok, based in Shenzhen, China. Overarm micr

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next

conditioning searches for Companies, Equipment, Machines, Suppliers & Information