Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 23 10:56:38 EDT 2018 | dleeper
I've never seen this before and I would be suspicious. Have you tried to dust it off with a brush or Q-tip, it might just be some sort of process contamination. Have you looked at the reel to see if the parts are coming in with these spots from the
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 18 11:53:58 EDT 2014 | sara_pcb
Our contract manufacturing agency have procured pcbs from approved vendor. After assembly we found solder mask separated from the PCB on the epoxy area as patches. The top side is intact. also over the pcb tracks, the mask got damaged. In what c
Electronics Forum | Tue May 15 15:15:53 EDT 2001 | ohboy
Hi all, I just discovered this forum and I'm very impressed. We have a vendor who recently stopped placing desiccants in the vacuum packaging for our pcbs. (Yes, it's on the dwg!) His reasoning was that the desiccants can degrade the finish on the
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 25 13:55:05 EDT 2014 | horchak
Ok lets put it this way. If the PCB house used a high quality mask and properly applied it to a properly cleaned surface and properly cured it, then as Dave stated above there are only two things that can destroy it. Excessive heat and overly aggress
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 25 08:29:33 EDT 2014 | sara_pcb
Please refer the attached jpegs, The problem is noticed after reflow soldering followed by conventional through hole soldering. Flux used one is MIL Std. Brush cleaning in IPA is followed after each soldering step. regards, R.Saravanan
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