Electronics Forum: poor wetting (Page 1 of 31)

ENIG poor wetting

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 29 18:59:08 EDT 2002 | davef

Stand-ups are a common problem with 0402. Search the fine SMTnet Archives to get started.

ENIG poor wetting

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 31 17:35:16 EDT 2002 | davef

* Finally, when soldered by hand, do the problem pads take solder? Yes, the XRF analysis will be interesting.

Palladium poor wetting

Electronics Forum | Thu May 25 08:00:49 EDT 2006 | davef

The warmest spot you measure on the board is the bare laminate. It will be 10*C hotter than a solder connection.

Palladium poor wetting

Electronics Forum | Tue May 23 09:01:48 EDT 2006 | russ

Seems as though the problem is with PCB and not component? "Solder does not wet to pads, wets to component" What is your board finish? Russ

Palladium poor wetting

Electronics Forum | Tue May 23 09:27:37 EDT 2006 | Steve

Sorry I misled you. The PCB pads are wetting, but there is no fillet being formed. After reflow, it looks as though no paste was put down on the pads; however the paste print is fine. All other components solder real nice, it's only the Pd-Ag parts t

Palladium poor wetting

Electronics Forum | Thu May 25 09:14:04 EDT 2006 | cobar

Print a number of pads of the 0603 on to a ceramic substrate. Then place the 0603 on the paste on the ceramic and refow. If the paste shows no wetting onto the component it will prove that there is a problem with the components solderability.

ENIG poor wetting

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 30 10:04:51 EDT 2002 | dason_c

Dave, I am very interesting to know about the dewetting or pull back, we are currently use the uP78 paste. Will nitrogen, profile setting help to reduce the dewetting. Thank.

Palladium poor wetting

Electronics Forum | Thu May 25 09:09:43 EDT 2006 | cobar

Had the same problem with a batch of 0603`s nfrom Vishay. They eventually replaced the components after I proved that the problem was with the component.

ENIG poor wetting

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 30 08:37:39 EDT 2002 | davef

When you talk about 'poor wetting', 'dewett', 'no wets', etc.; are you seeing solder pulling back or away from the pad? Please describe the condition. Dewetting. The condition in the solder joint in which the liquid solder has not adhered intimate

Palladium poor wetting

Electronics Forum | Tue May 23 09:50:37 EDT 2006 | flipit

They work well in silver conductive epoxy in hybrid applications. They are very poor in no clean applications. They don't work that well in OA solder paste either. Used them once in OA paste and in a nitrogen. They looked just fine. Solder to Pd

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