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Heatsink solder fillet

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 12 13:21:11 EST 2006 | barryg

Opinions. I have a large finned heatsink that we place over a D2pak transistor. This heatsink is designed to heatsink the transistor through the junction of the pad area that the transistor is attached to. The paste pattern we chose was small dots ar

VOIDS on Solder joint (backside of D2PAK heatsink)

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 01 03:06:20 EDT 2000 | Adelina Baggayan

Hi!, Can anyone help me with problems with Solder voids after reflow curing on D2PAK heatsinks? I would like to remove the gas from the solder paste; can centrifuge help?How many minutes should a solder paste in a tube be processed in a softener? Ho

Help with D^2 Pak on MV100 Chipshooter

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 20 07:30:28 EDT 1999 | George Henning

Can anyone help with programming a D^2 Pak on a Panasert MV100. I'm having trouble setting up the parts data and teach the component. What should the Up, Down, Left, Right, Component Code, Lead Details, and Cut Lead Settings be? A link to the package

Re: Help with D^2 Pak on MV100 Chipshooter

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 20 14:06:02 EDT 1999 | Claude Couture

Can anyone help with programming a D^2 Pak on a Panasert MV100. I'm having trouble setting up the parts data and teach the component. What should the Up, Down, Left, Right, Component Code, Lead Details, and Cut Lead Settings be? A link to the pac

Re: Help with D^2 Pak on MV100 Chipshooter

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 22 21:07:00 EDT 1999 | JAX

Can anyone help with programming a D^2 Pak on a Panasert MV100. I'm having trouble setting up the parts data and teach the component. What should the Up, Down, Left, Right, Component Code, Lead Details, and Cut Lead Settings be? A link to the pac

Metal based PCB reflow.

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 09 12:20:26 EDT 1999 | Gang Pan

I am starting a new project which involve 3 oz copper layer with 20 mil components on the top of the board and 0.040" thick copper with D2Pak on the bottom of the board. There is anybody has experience on metal-based PCB reflow process? I guess pre

Re: D-Pak misalignment Problem

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 06 17:50:39 EST 1999 | Kantesh Doss

Christopher: Thank you for sharing your experience about the DPAK. Yes, out part has a heat sink at the bottom. Our stencil opening was 7 mils (in both X and Y) smaller than the pad size excepting that the stencil opening consisted of a series of zeb

reliability of oxidized SMT parts soldered with SnPb

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 28 09:38:14 EDT 2012 | 14367

PSMN130-200D MOSFET TRANSISTOR D2PAK - failure of some parts led to investigation, oxidization or surface contamination was noticed on remaining parts. The surface contamination could be removed when fingernail was drawn over the bottom terminating s

reliability of oxidized SMT parts soldered with SnPb

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 28 09:38:20 EDT 2012 | 14367

PSMN130-200D MOSFET TRANSISTOR D2PAK - failure of some parts led to investigation, oxidization or surface contamination was noticed on remaining parts. The surface contamination could be removed when fingernail was drawn over the bottom terminating s

Pasting a thru-hole part at SMT

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 05 03:33:22 EST 2007 | longlee

We have done Paste-In-Hole process for 4 years.I think this prcess is suitable for 28-pins connector. Of course, you must assure the connecotr can endure high temperature firstly.Secondly, you need calculate the volume of solder paste, you can refere

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