Electronics Forum: rohs and hasl (Page 1 of 17)

solderability and hasl thickness

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 09 15:10:01 EDT 2003 | swagner

Has anyone had negative experiences with hasl thicknesses below .00005'' of an inch on copper? If so could you please respond with what the problems were. Thanks in advance!!!

solderability and hasl thickness

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 10 09:32:56 EDT 2003 | swagner

Dave F, so what kind of problems would I see if this turned into a problem?

solderability and hasl thickness

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 11 09:22:27 EDT 2003 | swagner

Is there any conceivable way this could cause a tombstoned device?

solderability and hasl thickness

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 11 16:50:18 EDT 2003 | davef

Sure it's conceivable that thin HASL can cause tombstoning. Harkening back to the ample discussion in the fine SMTnet Archives, tombstoning is caused by an imbalance in solder surface tension between the two pads of SMT component. The source of thi

solderability and hasl thickness

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 12 09:10:23 EDT 2003 | Norm Morikawa

Around 1989 I had this probelmm with a SMT CCA that would not solder in one area consistently. I had it cross sectioned by the bare board supplier and found that under their metallurgical microscope the thickness of this HASL bare board could not be

solderability and hasl thickness

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 12 13:14:33 EDT 2003 | Mark Kostinovsky

A little adition to Norm's statement: Sn-Pb intermettalic compounds do not accept solder as they are (even without being oxidized).

solderability and hasl thickness

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 09 18:07:18 EDT 2003 | davef

We would be very wary of allowing 50 uinches, because this will likely result in reduced shelf life due to intermetallic growth. As a guesstimate, at least 10 uinches of that 50 uinches, and maybe more, is already intermetallic when you receive the b

solderability and hasl thickness

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 10 12:56:09 EDT 2003 | davef

Intermetallic compounds [IMC]: * Form during the alloying process of some metals. In soldering these are Sn, Ni, Ag, Cu, Au. * Do not accept solder. * Increase in depth in logarithmic proportion to both time and temperature. [So during the solder

Rohs and non rohs components on a board

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 06 13:24:31 EST 2007 | stepheniii

Good afternoon, > > You have to use lead paste > since none-RoHS components won�t withstand > elevated temperatures. Solder paste manufacturers > offer a lot of transitional pastes designed > specially for mixed process. Ask your paste > suppli

Rohs and non rohs components on a board

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 05 21:56:31 EST 2007 | ViVian

what type of solder paste I should use if Rohs and non rohs component mount on same board

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