Electronics Forum | Tue May 19 16:33:56 EDT 2009 | stimpk
My 1st question before I can give you an idea or for one even post an idea. Unless I am reading this wrong , you are doing board repair/refurb? You are looking for an inexpensive way to do this repair while at the same time acheieving a proper reflo
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 10 04:16:20 EDT 2012 | grahamcooper22
you are seeing a typical issue that is caused when such small volumes of paste are printed....there are several reasons for it..the tiny amount of flux in the small deposit becomes exhausted much quicker then it does in a larger deposit ( the flux ma
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 12 02:30:00 EDT 1999 | Jeff Sanchez
| Anyone else has any suggestions? Thanks. Cunli | | Current Candidates: | | SMTneter's Lounge | SMTneter's Corner | Meet SMTneters | SMTnet Community | SMTnet People | | Oh! I got one? how about " THE OVEN " hehe, ok it's kind of lame. I will t
Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 12 21:37:52 EDT 2009 | padawanlinuxero
HI !!! We have the same oven! and yes profiling is hard, but not that bad. Check with the solder paste company for information, right out of my head dont remember for the temps that we use on mondayIcan show you my profile so that youhave an idea
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 27 12:44:07 EDT 2009 | stepheniii
Let me be the first to suggest; Get a better oven. 5 zones minimum. If you can't, you will have to have some way of profiling the board. Does the oven have thermocouple ports? If not you will have to buy some kind of termperature datalogger. Mayb
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 27 14:12:10 EDT 2009 | rgduval
Check with your paste manufacturer for a recommended baseling. The paste manufacturers generally have a database by oven that gives optimal performance for their paste. It's only a baseline, and does need to be adjusted based on the thermal foot pr
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 | Fri Mar 27 10:04:51 EDT 2009 | ericthered
We have been having problems with proper wetting when running mainly lead free but also leaded solder in our Ersa Hotflow 3. Solder either often looks grainy or doesn't flow over the whole pad. This is generally the case when my profile is 170 firs