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wave soldering surface mount tantalum and ceramic capacitors

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 04 09:09:07 EST 1999 | dave

Can anyone help me with the pros and cons of trying to wave solder tantalum and large (1812) ceramic capacitors. I do know that one may see fractures on larger cermaic caps, but have not seen much on the tantalums. Any insight as to what problems I c

Re: wave soldering surface mount tantalum and ceramic capacitors

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 05 09:39:58 EST 1999 | Dave F

Can anyone help me with the pros and cons of trying to wave solder tantalum and large (1812) ceramic capacitors. I do know that one may see fractures on larger cermaic caps, but have not seen much on the tantalums. Any insight as to what proble

Re: wave soldering surface mount tantalum and ceramic capacitors

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 16 16:28:30 EST 1999 | Tuffty

Can anyone help me with the pros and cons of trying to wave solder tantalum and large (1812) ceramic capacitors. I do know that one may see fractures on larger cermaic caps, but have not seen much on the tantalums. Any insight as to what

Conductive Adhesives and flip chip

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 12 21:30:45 EST 2004 | davef

Comments are: * We're amazed that you can thermocompression bond to epoxy. * Silver may be oxidizing during expoxy cure. * Klein Wassink talks about aging in THE BOOK [Soldering in Electronics: A Comprehensive Treatise on Soldering Technology for Sur

Re: SERA and ROSA

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 09 11:42:37 EST 1999 | Dave F

Jeff: Try this: ROSA. John�s spot on. I�ll add that it is a fluxless method that reduces the oxides in an aqueous solution. Another source of information is: Trench, M., Hillman, D., Lucey, G., "Environmentally Friendly Closed Loop Soldering,"

Package outlines and footprints

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 12 10:59:59 EDT 1999 | WillyW

Is there public domain information available on standard surface mount package outlines and footprints? Thanks, WillyW

Material Ageing and Storage

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 22 04:00:02 EST 2001 | Scott B

We are increasingly being asked to store components for longer and longer periods which we know through experience leads to reduction or total loss of solderability of the parts. 1) What is the industry accepted shelf life of tin/lead plated compone

Touch-up and Inspection Process

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 06 17:39:15 EST 2005 | Darby

1st law of Surface Mount. You WILL run out of parts on the last board going through before a long weekend. 2nd law of Surface Mount. Touchies WILL touch. I'm with Russ and Rob. Touch up is EVIL and should only be tolerated in exceptional circumst

BGA lands and ICT

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 20 15:18:09 EST 2002 | angiewest

You may want to check out IPC-SM-782 "Surface Mount Design and Land Pattern Standard" http://www.ipc.org Good Luck

what's IPC9850 and MNVC?

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 29 15:19:57 EDT 2011 | davef

IPC-9850. Surface Mount. Placement Equipment. http://www.ipc.org/TOC/IPC-9850.pdf MNVC. Multi-Nozzle Vision Centering [???]

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