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Re: Why would I want to use photonic soldering for my rework applications?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 18 17:55:55 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Reworking BGA with hot air systems (ie, AirVac, SRT) is fairly complicated and requires fairly rigorous process control. Please compare and contrast BGA rework using hot air and your laser based system.

SAMSUNG nozzles

Electronics Forum | Wed May 25 17:42:44 EDT 2005 | jsloot

They are a CP40 and CP50. The CP40 is fairly new and the 50 is fairly new but we bought it as a used piece. It is in good condition. As far as I can say everything seems set up correctly. By the sounds of your reply I should dig into this more deeply

How long can you leave paste - update

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 02 11:55:19 EDT 2007 | chrissieneale

One. Consisting of: 1 stencil printer (approx 10yrs old) 4 placement machines (2 obsolete, 2 fairly new) 1 oven (fairly old)

Attrition Rates

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 06 14:44:50 EDT 2004 | davef

Chris Search the SMTnet Archives to get started. There's a fair amount of background there.

materials in pcb

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 18 07:40:32 EDT 2006 | davef

There's a fair amount on the web about this. For instance: http://www.felsweb.com/lam_faq.htm

FairWell!!

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 26 19:51:20 EDT 2008 | chrisgriffin

Wave Master, what did they remove?

Label Print Software

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 17 22:56:41 EDT 2020 | kylehunter

Brady workstation is fairly cheap

Solder Balls at Electrolytic Cap

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 15 13:36:30 EDT 2004 | John S

We are launching a new product and are fairly new to reflow soldering. A concern that has arisen is a fairly consistent solder ball that forms at an electrolytic capacitor. We changed to a homebase aperture design on our passives to eliminate mid-c

Wave Solder Pot

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 14 06:41:28 EDT 2007 | davef

No, raising the solder pot temperature to 800*F will not affect affect your solder alloy. We expect that you had a fairly high level of intermetallic compound generation, but most of that would be included in the fairly high dross generation that ha

Environmental Regulations on Reflow Exhaust

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 17 00:47:19 EST 2013 | tktak

What are the typical environmental regulations in the US for reflow exhaust if any? We are using a lead free process although I assume it has more to do with the flux than the alloys used. Do we need to look into something like a Title V permit?

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