Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 30 10:54:37 EST 2001 | slthomas
Hey, Preacher, choir here. Unfortunately I didn't get to make the call here (hot boards, new product, same ol' same ol'), but I dam* well am looking for future (print) backup to assist in persuading the bottom line guys that it's cheaper to wait for
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 29 20:19:44 EST 2001 | davef
DON'T do it!!! The two problems you'll have are: 1 Poor manufacturing process control, resulting in weak solder connections. 2 Weak solder connections are stressed, when the board is straightened upon installation in the "box". There's several hits
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 29 18:21:43 EST 2001 | slthomas
We recently have received a lot of warped (bowed and/or twisted behond IPC 600 specs.) bare boards (some our fabricator's fault, some ours by design) and I can't help but figure that long term reliability will suffer when building product with them.
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Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 07 09:47:50 EDT 2008 | davef
Dye & pry test reveals the solder connections that have failed prior to performimng the test.
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 02 12:49:33 EDT 2018 | robl
Has anyone tried producing domed joints for high voltage corona reduction on a selective solder machine? I'm guessing it probably won't work due to gravity, but worth a shout. Thanks, Rob.
Electronics Forum | Sat May 30 09:24:12 EDT 2009 | davef
head in pillow
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 02 12:31:26 EST 1999 | John
| I have a product using high temperature solder to connect terminal pins to a PCB. The board is single sided copper, no plaiting. The solder is 95% tin 5 % silver. The flux is low activity rosin. The product is a subassembly. When the product i
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 01 16:40:45 EST 1999 | Dave Waddick
I have a product using high temperature solder to connect terminal pins to a PCB. The board is single sided copper, no plaiting. The solder is 95% tin 5 % silver. The flux is low activity rosin. The product is a subassembly. When the product is
Electronics Forum | Fri May 29 23:11:08 EDT 2009 | isd_jwendell
Have you tried different board orientation through the oven, or have the boards been put through the same way each time?