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Help repairing Sikama Falcon 3

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 19 12:19:36 EDT 2007 | miguerre

Hi, We are lookin for somebody that would be able to repair a Sikama reflow soldering system model Falcon 3. The unit does not heat up, and the track stopped working as well. The machine is from year 1987 and the serial# 87-06-030 Also, if you hav

Flux free soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 24 16:04:48 EDT 2007 | flipit

I would look at SST International and Sikama International. You might solder using forming gas. Forming gas is 10% hydrogen and 90% nitrogen or 8% hydrogen and 92% nitrogen. Chris

Small scale reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 25 10:00:25 EDT 2019 | SMTA-Gregory

I would suggest you look a the Sikama International Falcon 5 benchtop reflow system, Economical, reliable and good value. You may be able to get one on the used equipment market.

Re: solder balls on high temp.solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 13 19:40:38 EST 2000 | Jerry Wetzel, SME, EM/SME

Your profile must be precise, your stencil aperture sizes and shapes are very important, and the size of the pads on the boards should be very close to what the part manufacturer recommends. We had some trouble with hi-temp paste, and discovered tha

Seeking very low volume production reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Mon May 22 16:58:37 EDT 2006 | flipit

The best small reflow oven that I have ever used is the Sikama brand. Unfortunately they are not inexpensive and you will pay almost as much as you would for a full size reflow oven. Interestingly this is the oven I qualified for lead free and othe

North Dakota State University New EM Lab Equipment Needs

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 01 09:35:52 EST 2002 | James Bartlett

MINIMUM NDSU EMEG EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS (11/1/02) To serve microsensor research and development via the Center for Nano-scale Science and Engineering (CNSE), the North Dakota State University (NDSU) Electronics Manufacturing Engineering Group (EM

Voiding Control on AuSn preform reflow process

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 05 11:55:28 EDT 2006 | Cristina Oanca

I am working on a Substrate attach process. The package is gold plated, the preform is AuSn and the backing on the substrate is PdAg. I am using a Sikama reflow furnace. The profile has a 50 sec dwell time. I am over 280 degees C for a little over 1

Low ROL (Risidual Oxygen Level) Reflow Ovens

Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 07 21:40:14 EST 1999 | Chris

I am looking for an inertable reflow oven which will produce ROLs of less than 10 ppm. My current reflow oven will reduce oxygen levels to 10 ppm but only when using excessive nitrogen gas (4000 scfh). In reality less gas flow may reduce oxygen lev

Reflow Oven Selection

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 31 10:26:24 EDT 2005 | Carmichael

I respectfully disagree with vapor phase or reflow oven being the technology of choice here. Have you considered straight conduction heating? (ie: hot plate) If you have a lot of these to do you can purchase in-line conduction ovens like the Sikama o

Indium Solder Hermetic Seal Voiding

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 10 17:18:11 EST 2007 | flipit

I am soldering a Germanium Window with a > metalized rim to a Ni-Au plated kovar lid. The > solder joint needs to be hermetic. I am using > 80In solder washer shape preform, but am > experiencing lots of voiding when x-rayed, > although the jo


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