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Shelf life of electro-plated tin-lead on stainless steel

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 07 15:57:56 EST 2003 | Marc Simmel

Are there specifications or recommendations for electro-deposited tin-lead plating thickness on austenitic stainless steel that would provide a shelf life of 1 year? 6 months? Would 2 to 3 microns (78 to 118 micro-inches) 90/10 tin-lead over 1.27 mi

Alternative tin-lead solder pastes to minimize poor wetting on o

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 23 03:41:19 EDT 2012 | grahamcooper22

try Almit Sn62 HM1 RMA V14L ....its the best no clean lead paste for wetting...I sell it and it has solved wetting problems many times when users have used other pastes

Alternative tin-lead solder pastes to minimize poor wetting on o

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 23 10:00:38 EDT 2012 | isd_jwendell

I am a big fan of AIM SnPb solder paste. I currently use NC257-2 (no-clean, 89.5%), and recommend you include it in your evaluations.

Shelf life of electro-plated tin-lead on stainless steel

Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 08 10:04:26 EST 2003 | severs

Once you have selected your plating based on electrical and physical requirments, you should know that there is an inexpensive plastic storage packaging developed by Lucent which can keep any platings solderability from degrading for up to 10 years o

Alternative tin-lead solder pastes to minimize poor wetting on o

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 22 13:06:50 EDT 2012 | smtmfgeng

Does anyone have any insight on alternatives to Indium NC-SMQ 92J solder paste for minimizing poor wetting on parts with oxidized leads (see datasheet here: http://www.dtsprocess.com/contents/articlefiles/6-SMQ92j.pdf). I am considering setting up a

When do you use Tin/Lead/Silver paste ?

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 20 08:13:21 EST 2002 | rkevin

When do you use Tin/Lead/Silver paste ? What is the advantage of using Tin/Lead/Silver paste comparing to Tin/Lead? Do you have to use Tin/Lead/Silver paste only if the components are made from Tin/Lead/Silver ? I would appreciate your quick resp

When do you use Tin/Lead/Silver paste ?

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 20 09:38:47 EST 2002 | davef

Search the fine SMTnet Archives on � Sn62 � 62Sn � 2% Ag � 2% silver � 2Ag � etc re: "Do you have to use Tin/Lead/Silver paste only if the components are made from Tin/Lead/Silver ?" No Several points are: * Component leads with silver in the sol

Tin-lead wave soldering using a lead-free machine

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 13 12:41:38 EST 2006 | masrimhd

Hello, I know for sure that using lead-free technology in conventional tin-lead machines makes a lot of problems. But I wonder if we can use conventional tin-lead alloy and components with a lead-free machine! Is it possible? Does this imply any s

2% silver solder paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 13 08:08:33 EDT 1999 | Rob Palson

We process both tin/lead plated boards and gold plated boards in our surface mount group. I have used Sn62/Pb36/Ag2 solder paste on all gold plated boards to help prevent gold scavaging. To reduce the amount of different solder pastes we have to bu

Re: 2% silver solder paste

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 19 02:38:41 EDT 1999 | Brian Sloth Bentzen

We process both tin/lead plated boards and gold plated boards in our surface mount group. I have used Sn62/Pb36/Ag2 solder paste on all gold plated boards to help prevent gold scavaging. To reduce the amount of different solder pastes we have to

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