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BGA ball and PCB pad

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 18 12:42:43 EST 2004 | babe

OK, if the sphere of the ball and the paste on the pad are both eutectic, 63/37 then the paste will reflow first causing a drop of the component, after which the spheres will reflow causing a double drop and a good intermettalic. You can see this by

BGA ball and PCB pad

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 20 13:01:26 EST 2004 | Jay

First, it depends on the alloy composition of the solder. As you might know, eutectic Sn/Pb solder has the lowest melting point among available conventional solder systems. (except those based on Sn-In and Sn-Bi systems.) For example, 63Sn/37Pb - 183

BGA ball and PCB pad

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 13 11:19:07 EST 2004 | Evtimov

Hi Bryan The answer is in the paste compozition. Balls of the BGA are usually made by eutetic solder paste.

BGA ball and PCB pad

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 12 10:19:46 EST 2004 | Bryan

Hi all, These days our customer asks us to figure out ,during reflow,the BGA ball and solder paste,which will first melt? I think it's very hard to get the rusult.coz I think it'll vary at diffrent part of the BGA,and how can this affect the perf

BGA ball and PCB pad

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 13 11:46:23 EST 2004 | Jack

Is your customer trying to reduce voiding? If the device is using Sn90 / Pb10 and the paste is Sn63/Pb37 the board will melt first. However, if both solders are 183C eutectic, it's a tossup? PCB design, copper weight, bga type (pbga, micro bga, Tbg

BGA ball and PCB pad

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 27 11:33:32 EST 2004 | Bryan

Very strange question,but interesting.Is there anyone who have conducted any experiments to figure out the results?I made a profile board,one thermal couple on pad and other one drilled into the ball of BGA.the 2 points are perpendicular to conveyor

BGA ball and PCB pad

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 17 04:52:13 EST 2004 | John W

There's normally a number of reasons people want to know what melts 1st, 1 - to see if you know, 2 voiding issues - whole can of worms 3 device alignment. One of our collegues has said that most balls are Eutectic, that's in fact not totally correct.

solder balls and flux

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 29 10:14:02 EST 2000 | Robert Hartmann

My company is just getting into the flip chip packaging arena. We are putting in a prototype/small volume wire bond PBGA line. We have some questions with regard to choosing solder balls and cleaning of flux. 1) Is there a formula for the shrink

solder balls and flux

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 29 10:14:02 EST 2000 | Robert Hartmann

My company is just getting into the flip chip packaging arena. We are putting in a prototype/small volume wire bond PBGA line. We have some questions with regard to choosing solder balls and cleaning of flux. 1) Is there a formula for the shrink

Selective soldering pallets and solder balls

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 10 14:10:38 EST 2002 | Randy Villeneuve

Steve, I wave solder most if not all our boards with selective wave pallets. I did not catch if the solder balls were on top of the board or on the bottom but that will make a difference on what to do to get rid of them. Pallets are good and bad. On

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