Electronics Forum: washers (Page 1 of 37)

Screw

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 05 11:37:24 EDT 2004 | Andrew

I was told by the customer to change the screw with washer to a screw without washer as the washer causing the overlay Lexan Material underneath the washer to bulge.What should I be looking at to make this change?Can I just use the same screw without

Inline Washers

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 27 09:40:19 EST 2003 | jseagle

Hi, I am looking for opinions on closed-loop inline washers. We use water-soluble paste and flux, most of our boards are double-sided, and our finest pitch is 16mil, but we will be doing BGA, uBGA, and possibly flip chip in the future. What would

Board Washer, In-line vs Batch

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 14 17:48:32 EDT 2023 | tey422

Without get too deep. The biggest drawback of batch washer, you can't pack too many boards into same batch. If you are washer very larger boards, that's the bottleneck. If you are washing No-Clean board, then you wait even much longer, more than dou

Foam in inline wash

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 14 18:55:16 EST 2023 | kghadiya

I relate to your problem. We face this issue sometimes. It's mostly flux from SMT, TH process or rework boards. To avoid foam in our Washer, we soak the boards in hot water for 10-15 min before running it through the washer. Or you can spray the boar

Dish Washer for BGA Cleaning

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 08 10:11:27 EDT 2004 | Dreamsniper

Hi Guys, Have you tried using a standard dish washer for cleaning PCB's with BGA's. What detergent or cleaning chemicals did you used? I wonder if it will work to clean a WS Flux PCB using the dish washer then get it rinsed by an old aqueou cleaner

Dish Washer for BGA Cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 12 07:50:21 EDT 2004 | wgaffubar

We use a dish washer system with good success. The only issue is foaming, sometimes this can be a problem. We have be experimenting with antifoaming chemicals. Some success. I would suggest a dish washer system that has ionic system in the wash pump

Inline Washers

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 27 14:32:54 EST 2003 | davef

Alan is spot on.

Batch washer aroma ?

Electronics Forum | cyber_wolf |

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Inline Washers

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 10 16:16:29 EST 2003 | Tim Chistianson

Good note about in Line washers. Can you tell me a little more about the Wave machines, may be what models did you worked on, and what you liked or did not like about them. Thanks, Tim

Mesh for board washer baskets

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 17 18:34:27 EDT 2004 | Eagle44

We once used a padded mesh in our board washer baskets to prevent damage to components. Can anyone tell me where I can find this material? Thanks

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