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SMT Process Recommendations Defect Minimization Methods for a No-Clean SMT Process

Published:

May 7, 1999

Author:

Kurt Rajewski

Abstract:

Key competitive advantages can be obtained through the minimization of process defects and disruptions. In today's electronic manufacturing processes there are many variables to optimize. By gaining an understanding of what the defects are, and where they come from, is a key step in the process towards defect free/six sigma manufacturing. In the last decade, Surface Mount Technology processes have been slowly converting towards the No-Clean philosophy. This new trend has spawned new processing issues which need to be addressed. This paper will investigate solutions to current problems in the processing of No-Clean SMT processes....

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Kester

Kester is a leading global supplier of assembly materials to the electronic assembly, component and microelectronic marketplaces.

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