Electronics Forum: via and fill and hole and short (Page 1 of 2)

Re: 2 questions: via tenting and annular ring terminology.

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 07 09:47:41 EDT 1999 | Peter Brant

Q #1) Is it more reliable to have the mask tent over the vias or risk getting vias half filled with solder? These are vias with an .020" hole and .040" or .050" pad. WIth regards to this question, and scott's follow up, I have used the "epoxy me

2 questions: via tenting and annular ring terminology.

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 06 19:38:01 EDT 1999 | John

Q #1) Is it more reliable to have the mask tent over the vias or risk getting vias half filled with solder? These are vias with an .020" hole and .040" or .050" pad. Q #2) When speaking of annular rings, I have always thought of them as minimums. Su

Re: 2 questions: via tenting and annular ring terminology.

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 07 10:25:13 EDT 1999 | John Thorup

Q #1) Is it more reliable to have the mask tent over the vias or risk getting vias half filled with solder? These are vias with an .020" hole and .040" or .050" pad. John, It depends......mainly on the via size. Tenting works on smaller vi

Re: 2 questions: via tenting and annular ring terminology.

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 07 00:28:59 EDT 1999 | Scott Cook

Q #1) Is it more reliable to have the mask tent over the vias or risk getting vias half filled with solder? These are vias with an .020" hole and .040" or .050" pad. John, It depends......mainly on the via size. Tenting works on smaller vias. Tent

SAC305 and Selective Soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 18 14:12:40 EDT 2013 | pjchonis

Hello Bachman. SAC305 is the most common lead-free solder alloy, not only for wave soldering but also selective. Most of our selective customers (especially automotive) are using SAC305. What is more important than the alloy to consider is the flux

Inspection and splicing

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 21 08:34:03 EDT 2007 | rgduval

We have the same problems with cut/tape parts. But, we specialize in short-run prototypes, so I don't have much of a choice but to deal with it, and find a way to make it as easy as possible. We just demo'd a splice tool from Sierra Electronics (ww

Via holes and Wave Solder

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 07 08:48:55 EST 2006 | samir

Our ICT Guy here at my company loves to use lots of via holes as test points - via holes which are 0.040" diameter, and spaced at 0.004" edge to edge spacing! He doesn't like to tent the via's either, so I always battle via-to-via shorts at the wave

Via holes and Wave Solder

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 13 15:35:56 EST 2006 | russ

You're a piece of work! Why don't you work for any of the major wave companies? So how does slowing the conveyor speed eliminate drying flux? And when you slow it down, what speeds it up to make you say "I lower the wave because I get shorts going

Via holes and Wave Solder

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 13 14:26:45 EST 2006 | Wave Master Larry

Well, im not sure what plane you guys are on, but I can back up my what im talking about. Ya see I wnet to Soltec traingin back in 1995 for our new wave. I got a diploma proofing that I know what i'm talking about. no one else in my company has on

ICT Question, Via holes and Probes

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 27 08:44:08 EDT 2007 | Brett

For those of you who use via holes as test points, and the via holes must be filled at the wave, is it necessary to have a "dome" on every single test point, or is it sufficient to have the via "filled" with solder? The ICT preson here insists that

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