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Inline wash foam

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 28 09:40:49 EDT 2012 | austinpeterman

We just stepped into the inline wash world with a techical devices new clean galaxy plus. We are noticing a significant amount of foaming when washing our boards after selective solder. One theory is that the water soluble flux used is not being cu

Inline wash foam

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 28 17:14:44 EDT 2012 | davef

Here's a pretty good thread from the fine SMTnet Archives on water wash foaming http://www.smtnet.com/Forums/Index.cfm?CFApp=1&Message_ID=50623

Inline wash foam

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 28 16:02:05 EDT 2012 | allwave

We had a similar problem with foam in our inline cleaner (TD). The problem were the solder paste flux residues. Boards went straight from SMT to Wave process and then washed. Anyway we changed the solder paste and problem solved. Are you using saponi

Inline wash foam

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 02 18:40:33 EDT 2012 | joeherz

We used to have a Nuclean 324 that was running closed loop with a DI water recirc system. We also had problems with foaming that was solved with a relatively simple fix. We bypassed the final rinse solenoid so that it was always running. This allo

crystal mounting with foam tape

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 28 20:17:02 EST 2000 | Eldon Sanders

I need to side mount a standard HC-49/U crystal on a board using double sided foam tape. I am looking for a source for pre-cut foam tape. In prototype runs I have used 3M #4950 foam tape cut to size one at a time. But for production I want it pre-

crystal mounting with foam tape

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 28 20:17:02 EST 2000 | Eldon Sanders

I need to side mount a standard HC-49/U crystal on a board using double sided foam tape. I am looking for a source for pre-cut foam tape. In prototype runs I have used 3M #4950 foam tape cut to size one at a time. But for production I want it pre-

Re: crystal mounting with foam tape

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 01 17:18:19 EST 2000 | Eldon Sanders

That size should have been .375 X .25 X .050 thick.

Re: crystal mounting with foam tape

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 01 17:18:19 EST 2000 | Eldon Sanders

That size should have been .375 X .25 X .050 thick.

Re: crystal mounting with foam tape

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 01 16:55:55 EST 2000 | Dave F

Eldon: From you description, I think 3M makes the stuff you�re talking about. They can give you a source to kiss-cut it to your requirements. Good luck. Dave F

Re: crystal mounting with foam tape

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 01 16:55:55 EST 2000 | Dave F

Eldon: From you description, I think 3M makes the stuff you�re talking about. They can give you a source to kiss-cut it to your requirements. Good luck. Dave F

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