Electronics Forum: tacky flux (Page 1 of 11)

BGA flux dipping process

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 04 19:53:44 EDT 2009 | davef

For low volume work and repair, just use a brush dipped in tacky flux to apply flux to the ball array.

Amtech 4300 no-clean+washable flux

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 29 20:29:30 EDT 2016 | adamjs

Posting here because all the threads asking for feedback on it are locked. We have been extremely happy with the 4300 tacky flux for BGA attachment. Not only is it both washable and no-clean (i.e. wash-optional), it was also the only tacky flux tha

Amtech 4300 no-clean+washable flux

Electronics Forum | Sun Dec 11 22:39:36 EST 2016 | ppcbs

We have been using the Amtech line for over 12 years now with all of our PCB and BGA Rework. The NWS-4400 is mildly active and will give better results with Lead Free Solder. Note that the LF-4300 is considered a No-Clean. However it will show lea

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 12:46:16 EST 2006 | james

Just tacky flux then?

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

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 | 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

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.

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