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oven reflow board stiffeners

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 01 11:03:31 EST 2003 | davef

We just use stare titanium stiffeners from the wave soldering area. Titanium is probably over-kill for your needs, but will work. Sources for titanium stiffeners are: * APT 603.622.1211 Tom Dimagio * New Era Technology 603.669.77971 Jessie Ward * B

oven reflow board stiffeners

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 31 13:44:57 EST 2002 | burb1999

Does anybody know of a manufacturer of board stiffeners to put on the edges of PCBs when there going through the oven? I have seen some that C-clamp on the edges which I would prefer but don't have any info on them.. Thanx, Todd

oven reflow board stiffeners

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 02 08:49:35 EST 2003 | larryk

We use the epoxy gold finger gloves. They are cheap and can be cut to length. We get them from; Stevens Products, Inc 973-672-2140

How to install FBGA ICs on both sides of Flex boards with no stiffeners ?

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 09 09:14:22 EDT 2018 | ks0707

Is there any special machines/equipment which are able to install FBGA parts on the very thin flex boards for Printing, Pick & Place, and Reflow ? Q2> Is there any Fixture house who can offer fixtures to enable SMT processes for those assemblies ? Q

200 pin connector reflow

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 08 14:19:59 EST 2019 | dwl

You can try putting titanium stiffeners on the PCB to prevent it from warping. How thick is your stencil? More paste would give you a wider window however too much and you risk bridging. You could try over printing the pad at the heel and toe to get

warpage after reflow

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 07 08:44:49 EDT 2014 | emeto

Hi, 1. I will run the board on the mesh if single sided. 2. For double sided board, I will try stiffeners. 3. If stiffeners don't work, then you have to create a handling fixture(holds the board and has enough openings to let the air flow to the PC

Losing parts in reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 13 16:09:28 EDT 2007 | rgduval

The parts were soldered in place on the first side. Any recommendations on material for this kind of fixture? I've shimmed boards off the belt before with titanium wave plows...but, I'd love to find something slightly more elegant.

200 pin connector reflow

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 08 14:45:12 EST 2019 | charliedci

Appreciate the input from everyone. The PCB is .062" thick. As a CM we are at the mercy of our customer at this point although (hopefully) they are receptive to advice on the next build. Titanium strips could be an option, I also thought there might

Losing parts in reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 13 15:40:44 EDT 2007 | slthomas

Edited because I completely misinterpreted your post. We used 2 lengths of Durapol with slots for the board edges and a shorty (free-floating, not attached) under the middle. Not much more elaborate than your titanium shims but we had it laying aro

how to control warpage on panelized pcb during reflow process

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 01 09:33:08 EDT 2019 | dbuschel

if you can't change the PCB materials or design at this point, you might be able to reduce it somewhat through the use of fixtures or edge stiffeners. Unless it is a particularly thick board, I don't think the reflow profile would be the issue. The t

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