Electronics Forum: driers (Page 1 of 3)

HASL board for Press Fit

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 23 10:45:40 EST 2007 | saaitk

We have used 2 lubricants in the past. The first was Isopropal alcohol, this has issues with regard to H&S but can be quite effective. Most of our product at the time we encountered this problem were washed in a semi aqueous system before shipping. A

Solder paste transfer from jar to cartridge

Electronics Forum | Tue May 11 09:44:48 EDT 2010 | dyoungquist

Lower humidity: Pros: Helps with mositure sentative devices. Cons: 1)Paste exposed to the dry air during your porcess will dry out quicker. 2) Drier air promotes more ESD issues, i.e. more electrostatic generation.

Universal Lightning Head Spindles

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 18 11:43:41 EDT 2012 | isd_jwendell

Not the same machine... but I had poppet valve problems until I put a drier on my air supply.

Boards delaminated after wash

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 14 17:09:37 EDT 2001 | davef

Dano's confused. The boards are delaminating during soldering. The delamination just isn't immediately appartent after soldering. Stepping backwards. It's remotely possible that if the boards were blistering hot from soldering and then dumped in

DI cleaner (washer) bath temperature

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 27 07:41:15 EST 2007 | realchunks

Depending on your D.I. system, your maximum temperature concern may be at what temperture it returns to your D.I. system. Hot water may foul you set-up very quickly. As for maximum tempertures for parts, your biggest concern should be drier section

Required humidity for SMT production and storage

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 12 00:56:20 EDT 2007 | Jani

Our SMT production and storage area is air-conditioned, constant temperature is maintained but the humidity is not controlled , the raw SMT material is stored in a "Drier" cabinet, but since we assemble hybrid SMT and thru-hole PCB assemblies, the SM

di water washing

Electronics Forum | Tue May 04 09:45:05 EDT 2010 | dyoungquist

Only use the shop air if it is clean and dry. I know from experience that one can get water and a little oil from the compressor in the air lines. We are in a drier climate with humidity levels in the 25%-35% range on average. All we do is let the

Trident - Westkleen

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 05 18:19:39 EST 2012 | cnotebaert

You should talk to your paste/flux manufacture! They will provide the best instruction for this. The norm is typically 130-145f, speed 2-4f/m I always push for slower… the slower the cleaner/drier (in theory!), if you have an ICOM, Omega meter, ionog

Re: white residue

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 28 08:42:43 EST 1999 | Dave F

| i am working with the noclean process and getting white residues on the bottomside of the board probably due to the | wave soldering flux.i am using a no-clean solder paste and a noclean wave solder flux.The boards passed the accelerated temperatu

Re: Serious stuff

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 19 04:42:50 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

| | OK folks, let's get real serious. | | | | Well, I shot off my big mouth yesterday during a scheduling meeting concerning DFM and rework. Again, what an irony, oxymoron, or that other thing. | | | | Anyway, I said it would take another 4 weeks t

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