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BGA not level when placed

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 25 11:12:32 EST 2008 | hegemon

It sounds more as though you have a profiling problem primarily, however, if your placement is not square to the board, then you should get your machine setup correct first. After that you can get to the profiling. If the BGA is brought up to tempe

Re: To clean or not to Clean??

Electronics Forum | Mon May 31 15:09:56 EDT 1999 | JohnW

I have always thought it to be a good practice to wash SMA's with water soluble paste (WS609) soon after reflow. Is there a time limit as to how long a board should sit after reflow before washing said board? For instance; processi

Re: To clean or not to Clean??

Electronics Forum | Mon May 31 15:10:14 EDT 1999 | JohnW

I have always thought it to be a good practice to wash SMA's with water soluble paste (WS609) soon after reflow. Is there a time limit as to how long a board should sit after reflow before washing said board? For instance; processi

Warning not for pro RoHS people

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 26 14:06:33 EDT 2006 | patrickbruneel

Jun 26, 2006 (See Comments Below) Editorial Managing the Naughty Child Mike Martel, Editor, Circuitnet I've been listening to voices on both sides of the RoHS issue and the more I hear, the more foreboding the tone becomes. Despite what some wr

Same wave process do not apply to all finish board

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 14 09:58:13 EDT 2005 | patrickbruneel

Here's what I believe is happening. The main difference between the HASL boards and the gold plated boards is that HASL boards are pre-soldered. HASL boards need very little flux activity to get good hole fill and the machine settings have a wide pro

Tape not pulling back on components causes machine to stop

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 20 12:59:10 EDT 2013 | kmots15

We had this issue with a few parts on our universal 8mm feeders. The set up was correct all mechanisms were working, even tried a new feeder. The spring in between the take up wheel and pick point just wasnt cutting it since the adheasion was too m

Re: Why not use lead-free plumbing solders in electrical applications?

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 27 16:21:09 EDT 1999 | Chrys Shea

Another basic soldering question. I notice that lead-free solders have become required for plumbing applications due to legislation. In a local hardware store, I noticed the existence of lead-free solders (based upon tin-copper I think) with a me

DIMA smro 0406 is good machine or not for doing lead free reflow

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 23 10:31:46 EST 2014 | jimpat

Sounds like your volumes are pretty low. Pick and Place is the bottleneck in the assembly line. Consider an oven that can keep up with the throughput of your P&P. "The best" is determined on individual cases for a specific application and enviro

High Temp (96/4) adhesive cure time/temp

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 21 21:21:10 EST 2001 | davef

Gary: It doesn't matter what you use to cure your glue. SMA adhesives are thermosets. This means they become hard on cure and this is not reversible. A couple of things go on with SMA adhesives when you heat them. * Their rheology is temperature

Wave solder: Vitronics-Soltec vs. Electrovert

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 18 00:41:15 EDT 2004 | Grant

Hi, We have the Soltec Delta C. It works well, and is very stable. I think the software is a bit simplistic, but it keeps the wave stable, so that's the main thing. It's the timer on the software that I find annoying. It has a warm up time, and yo

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