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Reliability Improvements by the Creation of Intermetallic Connections
Reliability Improvements by the Creation of Intermetallic Connections
The possibilities to combine small and large passive components, and new devices for active components with an increase in reliability is discussed.
Materials Tech
Lead-free Solder Contamination Concern
Lead-free Solder Contamination Concern
Can thermocouples attached to a circuit board with high temperature solder contaminate a lead-free solder wave? The Assembly Brothers, Phil Zarrow and Jim Hall, answer this question.
Board Talk
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Wave Soldering Problems
We are seeing many process defects that occur after wave soldering operations. Can you provide suggestions?
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Pin in Paste Plus Preforms to Eliminate Wave Soldering
Pin in Paste Plus Preforms to Eliminate Wave Soldering
Study investigates use and limitations of machine placed solder preforms during the top-side SMT reflow process for PTH components.
Production Floor
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Idle Wave Solder Temperature
When our wave solder system is not in use should we maintain the wave solder pot at a specific temperature?
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Top Side Reflow Causing Solder Balls
Top Side Reflow Causing Solder Balls
When selective soldering the secondary side, we are producing solder balls on the primary side. What can be done to prevent this from happening?
Board Talk
What is the Best Way to Reduce Dross?
What is the Best Way to Reduce Dross?
What is the best way to reduce dross? What are all the possible options to cut down on solder dross? The Assembly Brothers, Phil Zarrow and Jim Hall, offer some options.
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Contract Assembly in a Prison
I manage a small contract manufacturing center and all soldering is done by hand. What can you recommend for assembly of BGA and QFN components?
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Solder Pallets With Titanium Inserts - Yes/No?
Solder Pallets With Titanium Inserts - Yes/No?
Our pallet manufacturer recommends titanium inserts to allow larger apertures near closely spaced surface mount components. Are they worth it?
Board Talk
Risks of Mixing Tin-lead and Lead-free
Risks of Mixing Tin-lead and Lead-free
What are the risks of mixing tin-lead and lead-free components on a board that does not have to be RoHS compliant? What are some of the common pitfalls? The Assembly Brothers, Phil Zarrow and Jim Hall, answer these questions.
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