Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 07 16:26:34 EDT 2018 | m_imtiaz
thanks for your input
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 29 09:32:27 EDT 2018 | m_imtiaz
Dear All We are using structural similar type of connector in A & B product with same set parameter in selective soldering machine but result in B product is not good. Observation – Plating on A product Connector terminal done on all 4 side But In
Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 09 08:38:14 EDT 2018 | devinpcb
I have found the paste flux is the worst. It leaves a black residue that can corrode.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 29 12:12:14 EDT 2018 | solderingpro
What type of flux are you using today? - Obviously you have already outlined the difference in the parent materials and parent material preparation, so using the same program/profile will not work; the characteristics are different. Try increasing p
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 17 12:21:43 EDT 2018 | bpeay
M_, the parts may be similar but the boards look to be different. Is the thermal relief for each lead on each board the same? what is the board finish, HASL, Enig, OSP or other? The part itself may not be your problem but the part that is partial pla
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 06 04:10:25 EDT 2001 | kensmoke
We recently had a multi block panal change at the vendor Now the production lines are producing solderability defects in great number. The makeup of the pcb is a type of fiber glass mask green in color and pads with no tinning just copper lands.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 06 08:27:09 EDT 2001 | CAL
From what you are saying................If I hear ya correctly - There is no "Proctective" on the Pads (OSP, HASL....) You will be hard pressed soldering to bare copper. This can not be right. My suggestion- go polyimide with electroptical connecti
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 06 08:28:34 EDT 2001 | CAL
From what you are saying................If I hear ya correctly - There is no "Protective" on the Pads (OSP, HASL....) You will be hard pressed soldering to bare copper. This can not be right. My suggestion- go polyamide with electroptical connectio
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 06 08:36:13 EDT 2001 | Cal
Sorry about the double post.........my Vanna White spell check crapped out on the first reply.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 23 00:06:34 EDT 2020 | SMTA-64387098
I have modules that come with a 4 x 2 pin header. The problem is the pins must be oxidized as they do not take solder (no wetting occurring). This occurs whether solder in our wave soldering machine or soldered by hand. I tried cleaning the module i