Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 09 11:56:01 EDT 2005 | Rob
We sometimes use a peelable mask the the PCB manufacturer (board house) adds as part of their process. It may seem an expensive option but avoids: Raising P/o's for tape/peelable mask as consumables booking & inspection Booking out to the shop floo
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 19 14:43:46 EST 1999 | Nithy
We are in the process of getting into no-clean paste and fluxes. One important issue in this is sodler balling. I have heard some people say that having a matte finish would help in having lesser solder balls and that the solder balls would not be
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 16:40:46 EDT 2001 | kerryn
Thanks Phil. However, my objective is to identify stencils that are not 100% clean prior to sending to inventory. I want to catch it before the solder paste has a chance to dry and harden in the apertures. Kerry
Electronics Forum | Thu May 30 10:31:03 EDT 2002 | robbied
Hi Yannick. This is an issue that we are just recently getting into but here is some ifo that I have gathered so far. I have seen/ used 2 different rework machines. The one we have bought is a 'PACE TF2000' which was at the lower cost end of the mar
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 09 10:38:45 EDT 2005 | SuMoTe
Water soluable dots will wash off after reflow. A water soluable liquid mask will work as well. dots are better for defined (round)holes, whereas the liquid mask works well with odd shapes.
Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 20 09:56:22 EST 1999 | Tufty
| We are in the process of getting into no-clean paste and fluxes. One important issue in this is sodler balling. I have heard some people say that having a matte finish would help in having lesser solder balls and that the solder balls would not b
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 18 13:11:39 EDT 2005 | jsloot
We have our board house apply a peel coat mask that can be brushed off after wave or reflow. You need to brush off while it's still warm.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 10 11:57:16 EDT 2005 | pr
Is the peelable mask (put on by the boardhouse) flat on the surface of the pcb? If so can you tell me the material name, so maybe I can find a picture? We have to print adhesive on the board, so the mask has to be flat. That is why Kapton from the b
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 09 13:25:24 EDT 2005 | pr
From what I can gather, the annular rings are used for grounding when these boards are put in housings. A screw goes through the hole and is torqued down. If there is excess solder on the annular ring, the screw doesn't seat properly. The pallets cov
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 09 12:12:57 EDT 2005 | davef
Why are you placing Kapton dots on your board prior to wave soldering? * Prevent solder from touching the hole and the area around it. [If so, why do you need to do this?] * Prevent solder from flowing up through the hole and coating portions of the
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