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Re: 1 mil = ?? inches - why don't we all use the same thing ?

Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 19 06:16:50 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

I am not familiar with the "mil" metric. How many inches is in 1 mil? ...or 10 mil? 1 mil= .001 inches 10 mil= .010 inches Also, it has noth

Re: 1 mil = ?? inches - why don't we all use the same thing ?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 20 04:50:24 EDT 1999 | Brian

I am not familiar with the "mil" metric. How many inches is in 1 mil? ...or 10 mil? 1 mil= .001 inches 10 mil= .010 inches A

Re: solder mask

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 15 05:45:15 EDT 1999 | Brian

Boca, Dave Sorry, but I cannot let this go. I'll go along with you that, at the time that the Montreal Protocol was initially signed (September 1987), there was no scientific proof that CFCs etc. were causing ozone depletion. There was, however, ve

Re: Wave Solder Problems - VIA HOLES

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 07 12:22:44 EDT 1999 | Chrys Shea

I'm encountering a new problem at my new company that I haven't encountered before in my past life - and that's Wave Soldering VIA holes. We've been getting a rash of defects that we call in this company, "insufficient solder in VIA hole." The

Re: Hey Ya'll, let's talk about Lead fer' a bit...

Electronics Forum | Mon May 03 18:11:10 EDT 1999 | Steve Gregory

Hi Ya' John! Here's my comeback to the points you've raised...you knew I would have a comeback, didn't ya'? Steve, I see your point, and yes there are alot bigger fish to fry in the removal or control of lead in the environment. However even

Re: Hey Ya'll, let's talk about Lead fer' a bit...

Electronics Forum | Mon May 03 18:11:32 EDT 1999 | Steve Gregory

Hi Ya' John! Here's my comeback to the points you've raised...you knew I would have a comeback, didn't ya'? Steve, I see your point, and yes there are alot bigger fish to fry in the removal or control of lead in the environment. However even

Re: Hey Ya'll, let's talk about Lead fer' a bit...

Electronics Forum | Tue May 04 14:37:44 EDT 1999 | JohnW

Hi Ya' John! Here's my comeback to the points you've raised...you knew I would have a comeback, didn't ya'? Steve, I see your point, and yes there are alot bigger fish to fry in the removal or control of lead in the environment

Re: SRT 1000, WHAT ELSE?

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 11 16:44:34 EST 1999 | Earl Moon

For Dean and the rest of you interested, I have reconciled many of my thermal issues with this machine and its peculiarities. The bottom side heater seems adequate, at 750 watts (not going to spend 10 grand extra for 500 more watts no ma

Re: BGA repair/rework

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 06 13:34:04 EST 1999 | Earl Moon

I'm having a fun time between BGA rework/repair using an SRT 1000 and SPC efforts (much easier) using DEK stencil printing processes and BTU reflow with 6 Fuji lines in between. Concerning the BGA stuff, I'm getting about 60% succes

Flux Designations and Composition

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 12 11:35:27 EDT 2004 | Pierre RICHARD

Here are some answers to my questions after a good research. I also added more definitions that could help understand this esoteric language used in assembly, specially surrounding fluxes and their use. In blue italics are comments and extracts from


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