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BGA rework using Tacky Flux

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 13 12:46:16 EST 2006 | james

Just tacky flux then?

BGA rework using Tacky Flux

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 13 12:46:45 EST 2006 | james

Also is tacky flux the same as gel flux?

BGA rework using Tacky Flux

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 13 14:28:08 EST 2006 | chunks

Russ is right. Tacky alone works best. I've done dozens like that.

BGA

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 04 20:14:45 EST 2010 | hallwayit

Hi, Duane, Why don't you try Tacky Flux /Tacky paste flux?

BGA rework using Tacky Flux

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 16 10:59:25 EST 2006 | davef

Ken Tacky flux reworked BGA will be perfectly reliable in most customer use environments. We do not have data, but the tacky flux reworked BGA will be less reliable than a BGA reworked with paste [assuming all other factors are the same], because t

BGA rework using Tacky Flux

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 13 11:57:51 EST 2006 | james

I am reworking some BGAs and just trying to find the easiest way to do it. Can you use tacky flux without solder on the pads to reflow? or do you have to have solder on the pads before placing the BGA to reflow? Any info is appreciated. thanks

Water Soluble Tacky Flux Low Halide for Rework

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 11 16:19:04 EDT 2010 | bandjwet

Does anyone have good/bad experiences with tacky fluxes for rework? Which vendor/formula should I start with? Which ones should I stay away from? Thanks! BWET

High frequency application board V.S rework CSP

Electronics Forum | Fri May 30 13:26:13 EDT 2003 | caldon

Ben- My understanding of Tacky Flux is for Automation process where the Tacky Flux helps hold the component in place. If you are using a rework system that holds the Board firm..then typical no clean flux (Flux Pen) should work fine. I can only asum

Solder Paste Dry out

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 05 17:03:36 EST 2008 | ratsalad

We had the misfortune of ending up with a batch of Kester EM907 that would start to "set up" well before it's shelf life was over. Since the lead time for a new batch was excessive, a Kester technical guru came to our facility to help us deal with t

AIM, KESTER, OR INDIUM PASTE PREFERRED?

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 28 06:46:11 EDT 2005 | james

We used AIM water Soluble Sn63/Pb37 and it tend to be very tacky.

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