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Re: via hole plugging

Electronics Forum | Thu May 20 07:53:55 EDT 1999 | Chris Nuttall

We care currently running into problems during our plug via process: At the moment we plug prior to soldermask (LPISM) using epoxy resin - plugging takes place from the component side - however we are seeing solderballs after solder level.Thi

via capping

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 11 14:48:44 EST 2010 | davef

SR1000 is commonly used for tenting. Search the fine SMTnet Archives on : tenting Someone gave us this note. We have lost their name. It seems to be good advice. If Liquid Photo Image (LPI) solder mask is required, do not tent via holes. Tenting

solder pop out from via hole at secondary reflow

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 08 14:41:17 EDT 2002 | davef

See what happens when you take a couple of days off? Your theory sounds reasonable, but someone else could make an equally valid case that you are blasting your solder plug across the room with the force of the expansion of entapped air between th

Dealing with BGA solder ball in via hole

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 24 15:58:52 EDT 2011 | davef

Just build-up the boards and ship them. Be sure to inform your customer about the problem that you have with their design and ask that the via be filled and plated over to prevent the problem in the production runs.

Dealing with BGA solder ball in via hole

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 24 16:06:34 EDT 2011 | nkinar

Thanks for the reply, davef. Due to prototyping time constraints, I've been asked by the engineers if I could do something on the SMT line to salvage this prototype PCB. Could I do anything to connect the pad or fill the via? Much of the board h

solder pop out from via hole at secondary reflow

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 08 11:53:40 EDT 2002 | yngwie

Hi Guys, We prints solder paste on via hole as the holes are used as the test points. This is a clean process. In normal production, upon completion of a primary side, board will proceed to secondary process immediately. The problem happened when

via as test point

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 26 20:02:42 EST 2001 | davef

First, I don�t understand why your board fabricator can�t do a good job plugging your vias. Additionally, when you consider that they forgot to plug the first batch of boards, it makes me wonder if they are desirable as a supplier. Generally, we us

Paste in hole question

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 18 15:09:36 EDT 2008 | pjc

Oops, I thought it was for components- not filling via holes. Yeah, getting it fab'd in would be the way to go I would think.

Paste in hole question

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 18 10:42:04 EDT 2008 | floydf

We are in the process of preparing for a new board that requires paste in hole processing. The hole is a .020" via, and our customer wants it filled with solder, but not bulging past flush. For printers,we use a DEK 249 with a squeegee, and a DEK 260

Filling via holes during the reflow process

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 04 11:08:56 EST 2002 | Matt Kehoe

We have a customer that desires to have their via holes plugged with solder after assembly. Is it possible to add the via holes to the stencil and print paste into them and expect them to plug? If so, how much paste? One to one on the stencil opening

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