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lead free transition. want to use lead free parts w/ lead solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 06 18:05:57 EDT 2005 | Dave

lead free transition. want to use lead free parts w/ lead solder.. any issues I should be aware of???

AOI / Lead-free solder

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 04 13:16:58 EDT 2005 | Kari

I am curious whether anyone is experiencing AOI issues in transitioning to lead-free solder inspection.

Lead Free ...

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 02 09:29:25 EDT 2004 | frankracine

Hi laxman, Only to answer one of your question, actually almost 50% of component we use switch to lead free alloys. We receive confirmation for transition to lead free of at least 10 components per day. So, Yes I think all component will be ready

lead free transition. want to use lead free parts w/ lead solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 06 18:11:37 EDT 2005 | russ

Please search the archives as this has been discussed on many occasions. Everything should be fine except for BGAs which will require a higher temp of 235C at the peak in reflow.

Separate Oven for lead-free reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 04 10:10:54 EST 2006 | Amol Kane

One of my customer is asking the need for a separate oven for lead-free reflow. In all of my researches in lead-free transition, i have not read anywhere for the necessity of a separate oven for lead-free reflow....am I missing something here?? plea

Lead Free Transisition

Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 02 19:06:03 EDT 2007 | gioblast

that I Can still use my old laser cut stencil that I used in leaded process? and also my wave pallet that I have used in leaded process? Your comment is highly appreciated for all lead-free transition recommendation and control.cheers n rgds

Lead-free soldering training.

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 28 11:31:25 EST 2000 | Deon Nungaray

Hello Robert, As we are all aware the lead-free movement has been somewhat popular lately. We have had in depth discussions about materials, processes and procedures. How about training or re-training? I believe this would be one of the biggest chal

DROSS in Wave

Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 02 11:35:30 EST 2006 | davef

Best dross remover is to not produce dross. Search the fine SMYnet Archives for previous discussions Dross will not increase signicantly * Another story, that lead-free solders will generate a greater volume of dross than conventional materials, is

Lead Free and Leaded Process Mix

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 19 08:51:29 EDT 2005 | GS

any thanks Rob, te specimen label Anglia is some thing complete and very helpful example. Hope Comp Suppliers will take care about the needs of Users (mainly if they are small EMS). To know how the terminals/leads are metal finisched is important f

Lead Free ...

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 01 03:13:15 EDT 2004 | laxman

Here I want to ask 1. Is Lead Free soldering really meaningful when the total lead content in the PCBA industry is less than 0.02% when compared to the other industries?. 2.The lead free soldering transition has to take place in the following indust

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