Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 27 05:52:44 EST 2001 | genglish
Peter, I have completed trials on various machines for cleaning both SMT stencils and misprinted PCB�s for solder paste and adhesive. Why do you have a preference with the cleaning solution, is this flexible? I can recommend a machine which we purcha
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 22 00:11:16 EDT 2008 | rameshr
Hai, I wish to know the advantages & disadvatages of using the Ultrasonic cleaners for cleaning the assembled pcb. Can anybody help us.
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 22 08:17:18 EDT 2008 | davef
There are several interesting posts in the fine SMTnet Archives. Here's one: http://www.smtnet.com//forums/index.cfm?fuseaction=view_thread&CFApp=1&Thread_ID=8594Message33876
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 22 13:10:51 EDT 2008 | bschreiber
The folowing articles are available at: http://www.smartsonic.com/article.html "Why Not Ultrasonic Cleaning?" by William Kenyon "Damage-Free Ultrasonically-Assisted Cleaning of Printed Circuit Assemblies" - by B.P. Richards et al "Does Ultrason
Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 23 14:51:02 EST 2003 | davef
Without being clear on whether you're talking about: * Standard air knives at the back-end of your in-line cleaner ... OR * Hand held or similar nozzle. Standard air knives: This causes no problem with ESD because the relative humidity is so high t
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 26 15:51:06 EST 2006 | tzawaide
We're currently using adhesive-type board cleaners (TekNek), and they've been more troublesome than anything. They cause a lot of hangups, and hence causing m/c crashes, etc. Any recommendations on PCB cleaners that can be integrated into the prod
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