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Sad news about Werner Engelmaier

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 18 08:34:42 EDT 2011 | patrickbruneel

The link to his obituary. http://craigflagler.typepad.com/online_obituaries/2011/04/werner-engelmaier.html

Sad news about Werner Engelmaier

Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 17 15:29:24 EDT 2011 | davef

Wow, that is sad. He was always doing neat stuff like that ... scuba diving in Aqaba, Jordan or skiing in Zermatt, Switzerland. He was generous with his great knowledge of soldering. I'll miss him. Steve, thanks for posting this.

Re: Board Warp And Twist

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 08 20:43:41 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Tom: So is warp or is it twist? They�re different problems, possibly with different sources!!! And possibly different solutions!!! Consultants to talk to are: Earl Moon (pod@vcn.com), Werner Engelmeyer (engelmaier@aol.com), Les Hymes (les.hymes@w

Critical processes identification

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 26 16:33:45 EDT 2001 | davef

Your first inclination is correct. You should start by asking your friends and colleagues on SMTnet: * What is that SMT or MEMS or COB etc.? * What are the considerations when processing a SMT or MEMS or COB etc.? We�re one smart crew that won�t st

Sad news about Werner Engelmaier

Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 17 12:19:50 EDT 2011 | stevezeva

Jack Crawford from the IPC, received the following message from Peter, Werner's son this morning: This is Peter, Werner's son. It is with great sadness, I am letting you know my father passed away on 4/15/2011. He was known as "Mr. Reliability" in

Re: SMT Zero-defect Soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 01 22:34:32 EST 1999 | Dave F

Mark: Ralph Woodgate is a "god" of solderability control programs. We have: � Been attending his seminars for, maybe 8 to 10 years ... who keeps track when you�ve been breathin� fumes that long? � Three different editions of his "Handbook Of Machi

How to PROPERLY interpet a supplier's paste profile documentation & specification?

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 24 11:01:19 EST 2013 | davef

I wouldn't get too tightly wrapped around the axial of paste suppliers recommendations of thermal recipes. Said another way, "Do not count on the solder paste representatives for good technical advice--they are the ones who came up with these "'TIME

Re: Tg - Glass transition temperature

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 21 14:51:08 EST 2000 | Dave F

Mike: I�d hate to see you making design decisions, based solely on the discussion here, but that this would be an impetus to consult IPC-D-279, "Design Guidelines ... " and take a course on designing reliable boards. Werner Engelmaier (Engelmaier

Re: temperature range

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 27 17:44:10 EST 2000 | Dave F

Gawd. Sure FR-4 will meet those conditions. Tg [check the fine SMTnet Archives for discussion on Tg] of FR-4 is 130�F or so. Consider: * Is the delT between Tg and the upper operating [or storage] temperature acceptable for your application? * D

Mebbe the registration is, as well

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 17 07:31:50 EDT 1999 | Brian Ellis

Cunli First of all, my message was intended to be forceful without intention of it being insulting or tonally "questionable". This is a problem with the Internet in that it is too easy to "flame" without the intention of doing so. Perhaps, your reg


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