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Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 16 15:49:33 EDT 2001 | Steve

The solder balls you are talking about are caused by too much paste. Reduce the size of the stencil aperatures. Concerning removing the solder balls, the first thing you need to ask yourself is, do I need to remove them. IPC-610, 12.4.10 states, "Ac

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Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 11 22:00:19 EDT 2001 | davef

IPC-A-610 uses words to the effect that it�s a Class 2 process indicator, if either: * Entrapped or encapsulated solder balls that are within 0.13 mm [0.00512 in] of lands or connectors, OR * Entrapped or encapsulated solder balls exceed 0.13mm [0.00

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Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 06 18:17:34 EDT 2001 | davef

We find no solder balls after washing our boards. It works GREAT!!! ;-) Probably more to the point, look at "Circuits Assembly" 7/01, p 40, "Eliminating Solder Beads In No-Clean PCBs". "Solder mask type & composition are the greatest contributor t

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Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 16 19:27:27 EDT 2001 | eliishee

I have no choice, as per customer's request to remove the solder balls. Can i use water to clean away the solder ball since i'm using RMA solder paste not the water soluable paste.

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Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 16 19:36:09 EDT 2001 | steven

I hv no choice as per customer's request to remove the solder balls. Can i just use water to clean away the solder balls since i'm using RMA solder paste and not the water soluable paste?

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Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 07 16:14:54 EST 2001 | Antonio

I've recently read a posting here which said that the person was trying to reduce solder balls. One of the things the person had done was to adjust the reflow profile so as to be hotter and longer in the reflow state. Am I wrong here? I thought th

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Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 16 09:04:00 EDT 2001 | Hussman

No argument here. But I've don't think I've ever seen solder balls on 0402s. Even when they're placed on narrow G dimension pads, where there is little toe fillet, I've never seen a solder ball. But your idea of reversed homeplates would work grea

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Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 05 07:34:57 EDT 2001 | steven

what is the main reasons that casuing solder ball during reflow? and how to remove them? (mostly arround the connector leads or between the 2 0402 chips). solder paste is RMA type. need advise. thanks

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Electronics Forum | Thu May 06 10:28:27 EDT 2004 | Bryan She

Modify your stencil aperture shape...reduce the solder paste deposited on pad,will reduce the solder balls.Be sure your reflow profile are good before doing this.rising slope is very important. This is my opinion.thanks. Bryan

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Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 19 08:00:03 EDT 2001 | doctord

Solder balls or mid chip beads? Remember IPC classification for Class 2 allows mid chip beads encapsulated in flux. Usually on R's and C's first thing I would do is verify .006 laser stencil 10% reduction and the most critical, The paste must be on t

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