Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 18 10:10:49 EST 2005 | Frank R.
Thanks Dave, The problem is on all 0805. Do you think it could be a reaction with the flux from the wave or the one in the paste. Do you think the problem is the viscosity of the coating. SPEC = Viscosity 150cP nominal ASTM D-1384. I ask you all
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 17 10:33:53 EST 2005 | Frank R.
I use conformal coating DYMAX #984-LVUF and I don't know if it's a problem of viscosity but 0805 components are not covered properly. We use a dispensor to applied it and we cured it by UV. Even if I apply a thicker layer, the coating seems to have
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 27 21:20:30 EST 2002 | davef
There is two major BGA coating camps. * Camp #1: "We require the coating to be under low stand-off devices but with no filleting. So we apply a thinned dip coat first, and then top-off with a proper spray coat" * Camp #2: "We want no coating under th
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 20 11:48:34 EDT 2003 | blnorman
Who said there was NO evaluation? The paste we chose was evaluated based on a 20 point test score as well as material compatibility. Once we introduced it to manufacturing each line had problems. For one manufacturing treated it as a drop in repla
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 30 21:12:32 EDT 2001 | davef
"Poor release" (paste hanging-up in the stencil holes) could have three main (or combination of) causes: 1 Equipment: Stencil is too thick. Specifically, a 6 thou stencil should be OK, providing you don�t violate the area and aspect ratios in the fi