Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 10 12:49:26 EST 2009 | tommyttr
turn off the nitrogen.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 10 13:39:50 EST 2009 | thanh
no nitrogen to turn off.
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 11 14:11:52 EST 2009 | thanh
thanks for all the informations.
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 27 17:29:11 EST 2003 | paul
can any one tell me if you should run the same heat on the same boards no matter what deffrent parts are on the board Should you do a oven profile for every deffrent board or is it the thickness of the board that matters.
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 27 19:07:20 EST 2003 | jonfox
Just to be sure, you really should. PCB thickness and component density are the key players.
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 11 09:51:42 EST 2009 | rajeshwara
try less soak 130 to 225 for lead free : 70-80 sec
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 11 11:12:29 EST 2009 | rajeshwara
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Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 28 22:01:00 EST 2003 | MA/NY DDave
Hi Yes I agree, yet this subject is about Tombstoning and oven profile or even oven working correctly across the entire product is a sub-set of how one gets those little chip babies to sit and stay where they belong. Flat and Heeling like their mast
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 27 23:31:18 EST 2003 | MA/NY DDave
Hi I hope I am replying in the correct tread down link. J.Fox is right. Know the Assembly / PWA that you are processing. YiEng, MA/NY DDave