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water soluble marking pen

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 09:52:44 EST 2001 | dennis

Hello! I need some help! Does anyone know marking pen that is water soluble? I want to wash off marker in a cleaning machine using only hot water. I tried many different type of water soluble marking pen, but it did not come off easily.

water soluble marking pen

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 21 13:37:53 EST 2001 | Scott

Crayola makes a water soluable marker. (Walmart)

Water soluble flux

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 22 14:57:18 EDT 2002 | Jim M.

I use a water soluble flux to solder an LCD into gold plated through holes of a .031 circuit card. Problem is the current water soluble flux (850-33) is not made anymore (the drop in replacement has a different formuala and does not work). The main i

water soluble solder mask

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 13 12:07:43 EDT 1999 | mikeh

Hi, I am currently using a peelable mask prior to wave soldering and have started exploring water soluble/washable masks. The mask will be used with water based and alcohol based flux. Are there any compatability issues to concider and how will this

water soluble mask

Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 26 05:27:35 EDT 1999 | Edmund

i had a problem here, during the wave soldering process, we apply a water soluble mask on the gold finger to protect it from contamination. But after washing, there is still some mask left on the gold finger. Can anyone pls advise is there any parame

Water soluble paste

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 02 08:57:29 EDT 1999 | Scott

I am using a 18 mil and below water soluble solder paste (89.5-25-80). I have never used this type of paste. The PCB has a fine pitch component of which I cannot prevent bridging. The paste coverage on the pad looks like it is slumping. It is not a n

Re: Water soluble paste

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 08 11:04:41 EDT 1999 | Timothy O'Neill

| I am using a 18 mil and below water soluble solder paste (89.5-25-80). I have never used this type of paste. The PCB has a fine pitch component of which I cannot prevent bridging. The paste coverage on the pad looks like it is slumping. It is not a

Re: water soluble mask

Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 26 11:54:06 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

| i had a problem here, during the wave soldering process, we apply a water soluble mask on the gold finger to protect it from contamination. But after washing, there is still some mask left on the gold finger. | Can anyone pls advise is there any pa

water soluble marking pen

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 16:56:16 EST 2001 | mparker

did you try DRY ERASE markers? ( the ones used for white boards). It's just a thought, I'm not sure if that will work. Doesn't hurt to try.

water soluble marking pen

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 19:37:38 EST 2001 | dennis

Thanks! dry erase does not come off easily with water. I have to use brush to remove marks. Thanks for your input anyway!

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