Electronics Forum | Tue May 07 22:25:15 EDT 2002 | L_ch
Hello, As you know for the double side assembly PCBs, we normally first place the bottom side, then place top side after reflow soldering of bottom side. are there any other considerations for the sequence of reflow soldering ( bottoms side first, to
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 21 08:41:06 EST 2003 | davef
Yes. Reflow soldering PTH components goes under different names. * SMTnet's friend Bob Willis popularized the "intrusive reflow soldering" term. * Jim Blankenhorn, another of our friends, and others popularized "pin and paste". * Still others use
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 09 08:59:52 EDT 2006 | zanolli
I agree with verifing this part is even high temp reflow compatible. The age of the original dwg release, 1986, and as there is no mention of high temp reflow compatibility, only a mat'l call out of nylon, leads me to think it is not.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 09 16:04:07 EDT 2002 | stownsend
The lighter the component, the more likely it is to stick to the solder on the bottom reflow side. All boards I have worked with, the descrete components (R's and C's) are placed first (bottom side), reflowed, then the active components (IC's) are pl