Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 17 17:29:42 EST 2006 | pjc
Here's a page on tombstoning: http://www.tkb-4u.com/defects/reflow/tombstoning/tombstoning.php Be sure to see this on the bottom of the page: For more info about this item look at the Articles / Newsletter: (Causes and Cures of Tombstoning Chip C
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 29 14:57:45 EST 2011 | jlawson
Sorry on N2 and tombstone, many other aspects cause tombstones and n2 in itself does not cause tombstones. It can help make other bad variables tip over edge to cause tombstones more than with no N2. Get these right then N2 is not issue.
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 10 19:26:24 EDT 2020 | emeto
Are parts always following the same side/direction of tombstone? 1. Run 180 and observe if tombstone moves or remains the same 2. Too much paste under the part - reduce aperture and move it out to the lead. 3. Soak profile for even heat distribution
Electronics Forum | Tue May 09 14:23:40 EDT 2006 | flipit
I would like to know what you are seeing in production. I have read the papers that state fewer tombstones with SAC305 as well as the papers that state more tombstones with SAC305. I am seeing more tombstones with SAC305. I place a lot of 0402 com