Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 19 11:36:39 EST 2001 | billschreiber
Hello Mark, I wish it were that simple so I could direct you to a particular manufacturer and stencil cleaner model. Unfortunately, there are several issues complicating the process of cleaning all these applications in one machine. First and fore
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 07 12:35:10 EDT 2008 | andy_pal
Hi All, I am using COB on my DOUBLE SIDED PCB. lastly we used Eletrolytic Ni / Flash Gold Plating. Our Boards vias Failed the UL corrosion Test. we did some cross-section analysis and found 10.75 �m of Nickel and 0.022 um of Gold and as the Process
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 05 23:18:03 EDT 2013 | feiyangniao
There is a new toy I received today: a NeoDen TM-240A automatic desktop pick and place machine! I’ve kept my eyes on this baby for a quite a while, and finally decided to make a purchase last week. The shipping was very fast: DHL from China, a total
Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 07 18:21:08 EDT 2002 | murt
Hi I am a collage student and I was wondering if anyone could explain to me how you would estimate the trough-put, product and cycle time for a double-sided mixed technology pcb assembly. I would be grateful for any information Thanks Martin.
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 26 09:57:21 EDT 2005 | russ
The Immersion gold is not a problem with BGAs specifically but "black pad" which can be present anywhere. The unfortunate thing with BGAs is you cannot see it. Personally I hate white tin. It is okay for single sided boards running no-clean, but c
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 12 07:33:40 EDT 2008 | callckq
Hi All, One PCBA failed test after went through the Shock Test(Vibration) and suspected to be BGA solder ball crack. We performed dye and pry and found PCB's pad lifted with red mark ink penetrate pad underneath, what does this mean? Can I say the
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 07 03:27:31 EDT 2006 | dougs
Hi folks, thanks for all the tips. We have run our first batch of these flexi boards now. I had the PCB suppliers make me some 1.6mm FR4 carriers to lay the boards on to carry them through the process. (1 flat & 1 with cutouts for the second side)
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 16 19:05:57 EST 2002 | davidduke
Steve , I agree with all the responses you have received. Randy Villeneuve is absolutly correct in all of his assesments and I would consider him an expert with the process , Gris is correct about adding a "heat sink" to the process complicating pr
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 19 05:00:56 EDT 1998 | Tom Blum
Hi there, I'm actually facing a lot of trouble with PCB's presenting up to 3mm of bow /twist at reception i.e. before assembly. The PCB size is 220 by 230mm. The boards are to be assembeled SMD double sides with 05.mm pitch on both sides. In order to
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 19 12:20:24 EDT 1998 | MARK J.
| Hi there, | I'm actually facing a lot of trouble with PCB's presenting up to 3mm of bow /twist at reception i.e. before assembly. The PCB size is 220 by 230mm. The boards are to be assembeled SMD double sides with 05.mm pitch on both sides. In orde
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