Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 13 15:05:48 EST 2013 | jimmyboz
With what machine? I cannot help until that is disclosed.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 12 17:11:32 EST 2013 | mondalaci
Hi Folks, I'm working on a LED display that is composed of multiple layers. What is interesting for the point of this discussion is the PCB layer and the light deflector layer on top of it. Please take a look at the related pictures at http://plus
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 13 15:33:08 EST 2013 | mondalaci
Good question :) I'd say with a machine that is available for an average pick and place operator nowadays. Our manufacturer is not fixed yet, that's why I don't have any specific. On a related note I'm wondering whether the machine is so importan
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 13 16:48:19 EST 2013 | spoiltforchoice
I would expect any half decent machine to place 0603 parts slap bang on target to the typical defined accuracy for such parts on most machines of perhaps ~60 microns or better. Self correction during reflow is IMHO much less pronounced with lead-free
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 14 04:09:21 EDT 2016 | jimmyh
We are enclosing our SMT room and will control the Humidity and Temperature of the room. Is there a standard for humidity and temperature for a SMT room and if so what is it. What is protocol if it goes out of tolerance? Do we stop production? Is
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 15 08:39:10 EDT 2016 | davef
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Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 15 10:52:09 EDT 2016 | emeto
72F and 45% Humidity
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 07 07:36:14 EST 2005 | dansmall
I have a Polyimide board that is showing signs of de-lamination. I was wondering what pre-bake times and temperatures other people would recomend for new boards as well for boards that have been on the shelf for 8 months.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 12 10:05:20 EST 2005 | Dreamsniper
we are using polyimide boards 6 inches x 7 inches, 2.5mm thick, 12 to 14 layers, for aerospace industries. I am using a long bake of 12 hours at 70'C prior to manufacturing or exposure to elevated reflow and wave soldering temperature. If schedule i
Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 08 08:50:35 EST 2005 | davef
Normally, you should not have to bake boards that are properly packaged and stored. Since you are seeing problems, baking makes sense. Consider 125C for 4 to 6 hours. Additionally, look here for more, while waiting for others: http://www.smtnet.
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