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solderability and hasl thickness

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 12 09:10:23 EDT 2003 | Norm Morikawa

Around 1989 I had this probelmm with a SMT CCA that would not solder in one area consistently. I had it cross sectioned by the bare board supplier and found that under their metallurgical microscope the thickness of this HASL bare board could not be

Solder and flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 06 05:13:01 EST 2002 | Dreamsniper

Crystalline flux if it is really clear should not be a problem. We were using Amtech paste before and we have the same results. Sometimes we mistakenly see it as a dry joint because of the reflections from the lighting of our Metcal inspection system

First Off and P+P Data

Electronics Forum | Wed May 25 17:58:07 EDT 2011 | rssimmons

The SimmScope is a first article inspection system that uses an overhead digital microsope on a motorized gantry to inspect the board - much like an AOI - except that it does not automatically make the pass/fail decisions. It is up to the operator to

wave soldering and solder bridge

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 11:55:08 EST 2007 | chef

I recently had the same problems, solder bridges on every thing I made, different customers boards, etc. I wave with no-clean flux. As I sorted out problems (pin holes, blow holes, splatter, etc.) I found a lot of variable factors. I changed flux,

Market share fo Panasonic, Fuji and Aseembleon

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 07 10:16:31 EST 2006 | James

Shocked ! Are you kidding. As a percentage of all of Siemens revenue you've got to get out the microscope to find what the pick and place machines are bringing in, not to mention profit margin. I would bet its the dog of the whole corporation.

Conductive contamination and the elusive solution

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 13 17:00:34 EDT 2007 | jmelson

Oh, sure, on fine-pitch parts you need a microscope or at least a good magnifier. But, OK, you have some kind of contamination. Solder is one thing, but where are these stainless, aluminum and copper particles coming from? Stainless makes me think

Conductive contamination and the elusive solution

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 13 09:27:15 EDT 2007 | losersk8er

Sorry I have just started working in this industry so I am not as familiar with everything. The probelm is with the Product shorting because of small pieces of metal stretching accross two leads of an IC. This could be a result of faulty equipment?

Pick and Place Startup - LQPF100 bridging issues

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 24 23:12:48 EDT 2021 | grahamcooper22

0.66 area aspect ratio...so for example...if the device is 0.5mm pitch QFP, the pcb pad may be 12 thou wide..make the aperture 9 to 10 thou wide...and reduce it's length by 10 % overall compared to the pcb pad.... Depending on device pitch, select ap

How to Differentiate Class 3 and Class 2 products in terms of process

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 29 23:35:42 EST 2014 | abhilash4788

Dear All, I'm just a budding engineer in EMS field. Here we used to manufacture different classes of PCBA. I would like to know about different process that need to be considered while manufacturing class 3 product. If we are going for microscopic

How to Differentiate Class 3 and Class 2 products in terms of process

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 30 09:31:52 EST 2014 | rgduval

I've always approached it like this: Design your processes and perform your work to class three standards, and inspect to the standard that is acceptable. That is, all work should be performed to the highest degree of quality. When the work is ins

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