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Conductive adhesives vs. Lead-free solders.

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 20 14:02:31 EDT 2000 | Deon Nungaray

Hi Bob, I know that that conductive adhesives have been considered as a lead relacement in the past, but have been ruled out due to cost and other process issues (surface tension etc..) IBM has extensive development data on the topic and had come up

Conductive adhesives vs. Lead-free solders.

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 20 14:02:28 EDT 2000 | Deon Nungaray

Hi Bob, I know that that conductive adhesives have been considered as a lead relacement in the past, but have been ruled out due to cost and other process issues (surface tension etc..) IBM has extensive development data on the topic and had come up

Wave Solder Fixtures: Biting the dust FAST!

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 11 15:11:23 EDT 1998 | Dave Celestian

I am running composite fixtures on my wave solder machine and after about 500 passes each (1 month)they are showing serious signs of wear in that the composite surface is bubbling up and glass fibers are also starting to show. The problem here is t

Re: Wave Solder Fixtures: Biting the dust FAST!

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 14 09:09:10 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon

I am running composite fixtures on my wave solder machine and after about 500 passes each (1 month)they are showing serious signs of wear in that the composite surface is bubbling up and glass fibers are also starting to show. The problem here

Re: Wave Solder Fixtures: Biting the dust FAST!

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 11 15:26:15 EDT 1998 | Upinder Singh

Dave, What exactly is the material used for making the fixtures? Upinder ====================== I am running composite fixtures on my wave solder machine and after about 500 passes each (1 month)they are showing serious signs of wear in that the co

Re: Wave Solder Fixtures: Biting the dust FAST!

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 15 08:59:59 EDT 1998 | Chrys

I am running composite fixtures on my wave solder machine and after about 500 passes each (1 month)they are showing serious signs of wear in that the composite surface is bubbling up and glass fibers are also starting to show. The problem here

Re: Wave Solder Fixtures: Biting the dust FAST!

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 11 17:23:00 EDT 1998 | Eric Miller

Hey Dave, sounds like your material is delaminating at a rapid rate, I would not recommend using them through your process, delaminating material has to go some where! When composite material is made, layers of fibre glass and epoxy resin are placed

Re: Wave Solder Fixtures: Biting the dust FAST!

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 14 17:39:37 EDT 1998 | Steve A

I am running composite fixtures on my wave solder machine and after about 500 passes each (1 month)they are showing serious signs of wear in that the composite surface is bubbling up and glass fibers are also starting to show. The problem here

Re: Wave Solder Fixtures: Biting the dust FAST!

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 15 07:54:42 EDT 1998 | Rob Fischer

I am running composite fixtures on my wave solder machine and after about 500 passes each (1 month)they are showing serious signs of wear in that the composite surface is bubbling up and glass fibers are also starting to show. The problem h

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