Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 07 10:03:30 EDT 2000 | KS Wong
Hello, I am looking for input on the 7 zone convectional reflow oven on the temperature profiling. I having a problem with the flux/solder spattering on the Au cotact fingers. I have ran some experiment with the soak time and reflow time. Anyway,
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 07 11:02:29 EDT 2000 | Travis Slaughter
Maybe its not splatter, in my experience a sloppy operator can get paste on contacts and just one sphere can rune them and can look like splatter.
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 08 00:24:35 EDT 2000 | Jim Arnold
Sudden flux boil will cause splatter. More thorough drying or a slower intial ramp to allow drying to occur before a boil or "splatter" temperature is reached may aid your problem.
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 08 04:45:17 EDT 2000 | PeterB
As per Travis's reply it could be something other than the reflow process. Another good one is if the printed PCB's have been cleaned down due to print misregistration etc.. If not properly controlled paste residues can remain distributed about the p
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 31 13:09:17 EDT 2002 | gdstanton
Anyone have experience with Indium NC-SMQ92J solder paste used in an inert (N2) reflow oven?
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 05 11:53:09 EST 2009 | dcell_1t
Hello to all. for certain time, we have been struggling with some issues on a PCB where have tombstoning on 0402 components (due to pad design) and dewetting in qfp256 0.5 mil pitch (discussed on another threads on this forum) component, we have pro
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 23 10:10:15 EDT 2006 | Gman
Some amount of voiding was always seen on sites where solder paste is printed. These voids are much smaller. However the site where a flip chip is flux dipped has never had problems with voiding. Macro voids (and huge ones at that)across the board s
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 16 11:04:23 EST 2005 | chunks
Over all time will be dictated by your conveyor speed. Your conveyor speed will be dictated by your products time above liquidous. Time above liquidous is dictated by the manufacturers specification. Time and temp before reflow will have to be ach
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 01 13:04:57 EDT 2002 | gdstanton
Its interesting. It appears I'm getting conflicting feeback from Indium. This says its not a problem... http://indium.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/indium.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_sid=kTDKGClg&p_lva=&p_faqid=355&p_created=1014734692&p_sp=cF9ncmlkc29
Electronics Forum | Wed May 12 08:35:20 EDT 2004 | solderpro
yes this paste is a pain in the paste.... there are very few reasons for solderballs, component to pad ratio and placement.... solder paste control, using a mixer, not hand mixing, checking viscosity and temp..... or simply and bad profile and your