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ESD Containers

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 10 11:17:04 EDT 2000 | Doug Philbrick

Anyone know of a container company that makes partionable ESD containers with the initials FCC and how to reach them? Thanks in advance.

Re: ESD Containers

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 10 14:29:48 EDT 2000 | John Thorup

sounds like it might be Flambeau Container. Try www.flambeau.com John Thorup

Bismuth containing Solder Paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 06 18:06:05 EST 2009 | aj

Hi all, I am currently trialling a solder paste which contains Bismuth. It is leadfree and reflows at 138 degrees C. I would appreciate any pros/cons? aj...

Bismuth containing Solder Paste

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 15 10:33:05 EST 2009 | rrpowers

One thing you must be very careful with when using Bismuth is that there is no lead anywhere else within the process, either components or boards. Lead-terminated components or hot air solder leveled (HASL) finished boards used in combination with a

Component termination contain silver

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 20 14:08:34 EDT 2006 | cw

hi All, recently i have received some parts with the lead turning black, and i then found out the leads are silver plating, is that going to be a problem? or it is simply a cosmetic issue? pls advise ASAP!! thansk a lot!!

Bismuth containing Solder Paste

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 12 04:28:05 EST 2009 | sachu_70

What is your alloy composition? Although your solder paste may have lower melting point, what about the alloy / metal used for plating solder lands on PCB and component termination? In most cases, there is no reliable joint as such solder may not com

Bismuth containing Solder Paste

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 07 10:37:08 EST 2009 | evtimov

Hi, in the beggining of PB free process, there were a lot of solder pastes based on a Bismuth and some other materials, mainly because of their low melting temperature. The feedback shows problems in the mechanical strenght of the joints with the ti

Shipping PCB via Sea Containers

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 12 15:02:39 EDT 2006 | Fred

We are being pushed to use seaborne shipping containers as the method to receive PCB�s from fab houses in China. Time on the ocean will be several days to a few weeks depending on how slow the boat is. Does anyone have any suggestions on packaging

Shipping PCB via Sea Containers

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 19 00:35:54 EDT 2006 | darby

Fred, We receive ENIG pcbs in vac-formed bubble wrap with ,of all things, polstyrene packing! Despite my long-lasting complaints nothing has changed. BUT - I have never really had a problem with any of these PCBS. There are no moisture, salt or any o

Use and Restrictions of solder containing lead

Electronics Forum | Thu May 29 16:04:08 EDT 2003 | Rick B.

When is the U.S. required to fully implement the use of leadfree solder? European Directive 2002/95/EC is talking about year 2006 restricting the use of certain hazardous materials in electrical and electronic equipment.ie Lead,mercury,cadmium and he

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