Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 15 16:17:22 EST 2012 | cobham1
I know there are numerous articles about counterfit parts. I am wondering can anyone tell me if there is a standard that I can hold my vendors to, also how do I know that the paper they send me stating that parts are real is genuine. Its seems to me
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 11 13:09:01 EST 2001 | Sergio Vito
Hello, I am locking forward spare parts for insertion machines. Someone have experienced good alternative suplies for mechanical parts to panasert and/or Mydata and/or Siemens machines Thank you very much Eng. S�rgio Vito Intelbras
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 30 09:18:35 EDT 2005 | Slaine
As Rohs parts with lead free solders dont wet as well your operator may be mistaking this for oxidisation. there is also the posibility that the parts are manufactured with HMP solder (92.5% lead) also rosh complient but the solder dose oxidise.
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 21 10:50:13 EDT 2014 | cyber_wolf
The top PoP part is what gets dip fluxed or dip pasted. We have had warping issues with these components before but it is almost always the top part. My guess would be bad components if your reflow profile and print process is good to go.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 23 11:06:05 EDT 2005 | molosse21
Hi, We started to get more and more parts RoHS compliant on our smt line. The operator is sending me back a reel of componenent (0805)resistors and he is telling me that solder wetting is poor and unnaceptable due to oxydation deposit over the leads
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 11 12:42:29 EDT 2014 | emeto
Hello all, does any body place PoP parts? We are running them through a regular process(paste place reflow) and we don't have good rates on these. Mostly we observe opens at the sides of the part. We are thinking to purchase a flux feeder, but I wan