Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 08 09:56:13 EDT 2011 | blnorman
We used Epibond 7275 (now Huntsman).
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 21 20:01:39 EST 2001 | davef
I�m unclear about the intent of your question, but I�ll take a pass at it regardless. I second the previous poster's commets. [Ya, that's the ticket.] Most chip attach adhesives should not be cured at typical reflow profile temperatures. Check yo
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 16 11:51:26 EDT 2001 | bobm
i am using the epibond. i had alpha come in and look at our set up. they told me that the epibond can be reflowed at regular temp profiles with no problems. because i only have one oven and two pick n place machines it was important to be able to run
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 27 12:46:42 EDT 2006 | John S.
Steve, We use the 955 version for printing with the DEK Pump Print process on two lines in high volume. We clean the stencils in an ultrasonic bath with Hydrex A+ I think diluted in deionized water at the end of 2nd shift. By startup, they are dry
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 25 13:13:13 EDT 1999 | Chad
I AM LOOKING FOR ANY INFORMATION ON THE AMICON,EPIBOND AND LOCTITE ADHESIVE. IS THERE A 3RD PARTY COMPANY ANYWHERE THAT HAS DONE TESTING OF THE THREE VENDORS MENTIONED. CHAD
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 14 08:30:33 EST 2003 | pjc
I sent you some adhesive printing application data from MPM and Epibond for review. There's good stuff in docs. Run the ppt file as a Show to get the animation.
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 14 09:30:00 EST 2003 | blnorman
We currently use Epibond 7275 with MPM printers. Unfortunately we've had problems with Vantico (formerly Ciba) providing a consistent product. Last summer we had extreme difficulty printing due to excessively high adhesive viscosity (20% higher tha
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 14 16:52:40 EST 2009 | vleasher
We currently use Epibond 7275 and it cures way too quickly to allow the component to settle down on the board. Have you used the Loctite 3609 in the application i'm speaking of with success?
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 14 21:42:35 EST 2009 | davef
We view both Epibond 7275 and Loctite 3609 to be very similar. They're competing chip bonders.
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 16 09:17:29 EDT 2001 | andyc
Have you thought about wave solder contamination ? . We had a similar fault where glued chips were being shorted out due to "slivers" of solder dross being deposited onto the card . These dross slivers were being generated because the solder bath had