Electronics Forum: lead-free (Page 1 of 310)

Lead free profile

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 26 01:07:51 EST 2005 | gpaelmo

Doesn't the components and PCB need to be lead-free also to be a "true" lead-free process?

Another Lead Free question ?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 09 22:22:56 EDT 2003 | kevyeoh

Hi all, Now there's another question regarding lead free I want to ask. Suppose I want to qualify a SMT product for lead free, do I need to use a lead free solder paste or any other normal solder paste will do ? What are the impact of using a lead

In same board both leaded and lead-free components used.

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 14 00:50:34 EDT 2004 | Grant Petty

Hi, What's the best process for going lead free? Ordering lead free parts and using them with current paste, and then once all the parts are lead free, moving to lead free paste as well? Then the wave will be fun to change over. What a nightmare th

Lead free profile

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 26 09:51:51 EST 2005 | jbrower

Sure, to be a true lead free enviroment all components need to be lead free or fall within the specifications of lead free as defined by the RoHS Directive. What I am doing is starting stage 1 of our journey. Layed out it looks some thing like this.

Can lead free and non lead free production mix in the same mach

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 26 01:18:33 EDT 2006 | ge_lim

Hi We are in the process of developing a lead free product to be used in a non lead free selective soldering machine, i do have concern in these, and hope you guy can share your experienced expert opinion: 1. What does it take to convert to lead fre

Lead Free PCB Plating and Leaded Solder Process

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 16 13:30:20 EST 2010 | asksmt

Hi, I have specified Lead Free Plating for my Four Layer PCB. but the Final Production Solder Process is not Lead free it is leaded Process. My question is will there be an issue if we use Lead free plating on PCB and use leaded solder material fo

Lead free contamination at reflow

Electronics Forum | Tue May 16 07:03:54 EDT 2006 | smtspecialist

I have only one reflow oven can I use it for both processes (leaded and lead-free)? If I do use it, one run for leaded and the next run for lead-free will that contaminate my lead-free process?

Where to find Lead free components

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 09 09:04:52 EDT 2004 | pjc

http://www.practicalcomponents.com/dummy-components.htm "Nearly all package types are now available in lead-free formulations." http://www.toplinecomponents.com/Products_LeadFree.cfm "TopLine has the widest selection of Lead Free Dummy Packages a

Quad ZCR 941 and Lead Free?

Electronics Forum | Sun Jun 19 19:46:46 EDT 2005 | aka

What alot of you are not realizing is that Lead Free can be done on certain ovens already out there. And I have had success with the Quad ZCR for Lead Free. Therefore, it is not necessay to purchase a brand new oven to implement lead free.

lead free transition. want to use lead free parts w/ lead solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 06 18:05:57 EDT 2005 | Dave

lead free transition. want to use lead free parts w/ lead solder.. any issues I should be aware of???

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