Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 14 10:58:56 EST 2004 | Peppe
Thanks for your answer Dave. Just a clarification. Given FIT is for just one soldering or for a specific number ? I mean cards we produce have, typically, 10000 soldering joints. Which is the expected FIT of that card ? Thanks again for your help.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 22 03:51:16 EST 2007 | Bing
We are using HASL board for Press Fit, without problem in the past until recently. Now we are seeing the solder in the PTH melt and block partially the PTH hole during the reflow. It gives problem when Press Fit. Anyone has advice on this?
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 22 09:35:34 EST 2007 | saaitk
Check that your boards haven't been over plated. Too much plating in the hole can slump to the underside of the board during reflow. If you are then press fitting on the underside of the board you can have problems with hole diameter. If the hole is
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 24 07:21:51 EDT 2012 | leemeyer
The barbed fitting will work but you will lose all control over the speed of the cylinder. The air control flow valve is essentially the same as the barbed fitting but it allows the user to adjust the volume of air that is supplied to the cylinder wh
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 03 14:19:33 EST 2013 | uksolder
Beej, The tool supplied works well as long as the bath is up to temp and the nozzle tip was not cross threaded when fitted. Did you apply a small amount of the anti seize paste before the nozzle tip was fitted? I have seen dry tight threads if not ap
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 14 08:27:32 EDT 2014 | kkay
We use a few different style of press fit connectors, terminals, studs, etc. We use a tabletop arbor press for most everything we do, but a lot of times we will see some measling or slight delamination around the holes for the press fit part. Is ther