Electronics Forum: encapsulating and compounds (Page 1 of 3)

COB and wire bond

Electronics Forum | Mon May 07 22:29:52 EDT 2001 | davef

4 wire per sec ... you figure how many you need] Encapsulation ~$120K for a dispenser [10 sec per die ... you figure how many you need] plus a cure oven ~$100k Throw in a another ~$100k for marking and cleaning Check the September 2000 SMTnet New

solderability and hasl thickness

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 12 13:14:33 EDT 2003 | Mark Kostinovsky

A little adition to Norm's statement: Sn-Pb intermettalic compounds do not accept solder as they are (even without being oxidized).

Re: Glop-Top

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 06 20:46:17 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Mark: An area of increasing interest to all of us. From the SMTnet "Terms & Definitions" (or whatever they call it) Globtop. Encapsulant. Encapsulating. Encapsulation. Potting. Enclosing an article in an envelope of adhesive or encapsulating co

Thanks chartrain and Doug

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 04 19:51:28 EST 1999 | John

Thanks folks. The current vendor is doing an alcohol wash, top and bottom, then performing an ionic test on 100 boards. I'm not to confident in the testing because the readings for a "clean" board are 25 ugm/sq in and a "dirty" board are 40 ugm/sq in

solderability and hasl thickness

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 10 12:56:09 EDT 2003 | davef

Intermetallic compounds [IMC]: * Form during the alloying process of some metals. In soldering these are Sn, Ni, Ag, Cu, Au. * Do not accept solder. * Increase in depth in logarithmic proportion to both time and temperature. [So during the solder

Flux Designations and Composition

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 12 11:35:27 EDT 2004 | Pierre RICHARD

Here are some answers to my questions after a good research. I also added more definitions that could help understand this esoteric language used in assembly, specially surrounding fluxes and their use. In blue italics are comments and extracts from

Circuit Card Assembly Molding

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 01 17:45:31 EDT 2011 | smt_guy

thanks for all your replies. we tried running our beta runs and have lots of issues. first our molding process which was set to 450'F temp at 1200 PSI smashed the circuit card components and penetrated the epoxy compound we used to encapsulate the C

PB-Free HASL and Leaded Solder

Electronics Forum | Thu May 13 16:55:51 EDT 2021 | emeto

With Pb-Free HASL you can't use Pb process for sure as the melting point of tin is so much higher than the lead paste process. SAC305 is the most popular compound, unless your assembly requires something else for a specific reason.

CSP and BGA soldering difference.

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 06 08:45:48 EDT 2007 | davef

UNDERFILL The design of the component and the end-use environment drive the requirement fot underfill. Here is a good introduction: http://www.asymtek.com/news/articles/2002_globaltronics_csp_and_fcuf.pdf Google for more. We have no relationship, n

Re: Intermetallics and reflow profile

Electronics Forum | Wed May 03 20:24:22 EDT 2000 | Dave F

MF: I know of nothing that addresses your question directly. Let me suggest: * Technical types at your solder supplier should be able to help. * "Effect Of Intermetallic Compounds On The Thermal Fatigue Of Surface Mount Solder Joints" PL Tu, et a

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