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The best way to erase flux from the golden fingers?

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 18 05:59:03 EDT 2000 | Gyver

Hello sirs, Would you kindly provide me the best way to erase the flux attached on the golden fingers? What we can do now is to use the pencil eraser to remove the flux. Thanks in advance. Gyver

Re: The best way to erase flux from the golden fingers?

Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 02 10:18:16 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Yanno, I just thought of an addition to #3 above. Back in the ol' days (before computer drawing) there were rooms full of people, generally guys (with plastic pocket protectors holding colored pens and ... ) leaning on drawing boards, doing whatever

Re: The best way to erase flux from the golden fingers?

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 01 04:30:42 EDT 2000 | Gyver

Hello Dave, The gold fingers are on graphic cards. What did you mean by DI water? I need to know that very soon, thanks a lot! Sincerely, Gyver

Re: The best way to erase flux from the golden fingers?

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 05 16:16:18 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Yeh, gold fingers are always on any kind of cards. I just can't figure-out why.

Re: The best way to erase flux from the golden fingers?

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 05 03:09:57 EDT 2000 | Gyver

Hi Dave, Thanks for your great help! Well, gold fingers are always on any kind of cards, right? Or you were confused by my poor English...sorry!:-( Now we are going to implement some kind of method to prevent the gold fingers from being contaminated

Re: The best way to erase flux from the golden fingers?

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 21 20:17:08 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Hey Gyver: Oooow, using a pencil eraser has to take time. I would hate to be the person responding to your customer trying to explain the pencil eraser shreds accidentally left on the board. Awww, just spritz it with DI water and wipe it off with

Re: The best way to erase flux from the golden fingers?

Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 02 09:59:39 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Hey Gyver: I was just spoofin' ya about the deionized water (DI). Water of any type will probably make your solder connections go white. I posted your question to Dr. Lee on the latest OnBoard Forum. I suggest you check his responses. I short he

ic programming problems

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 29 08:37:04 EDT 2003 | davef

From a data sheet [we know it's not Cypress ]: AMD PALCE16V8 Family EE CMOS 20-Pin Universal Programmable Array Logic Programming and Erasing The PALCE16V8 can be programmed on standard logic programmers. It also may be erased to reset a previously c

About the PCB gold finger contamination.

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 19 17:14:02 EDT 2002 | davef

Comments are: * Use an eraser if the surface of Au is not clean, but make sure the eraser has no/low ionics (such as sulfur that is a common additive for rubber). * If the plating surface required eraser to remove the top surface, the plasma normally

About the PCB gold finger contamination.

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 19 21:23:42 EDT 2002 | davef

I'm not saying that an eraser will necessarily work. What I'm saying is that some erasers may cause more trouble than the eliminate. Look here http://aic.stanford.edu/jaic/articles/jaic28-02-003_2.html We prefer a brand called Ruby Red. The "ole

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