Electronics Assembly Knowledge, Vision & Wisdom
Defluxing for New Assembly Requirements
Defluxing for New Assembly Requirements
This paper covers selecting the most effective, rugged defluxing option relative to the circuit board assembly design.
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Authored By:
Barbara Kanegsberg and Ed Kanegsberg
BFK Solutions LLC
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Consider defluxing at the design stage. This involves determining how product design may impact the assembly process. It also involves selecting the most effective, rugged defluxing option relative to the assembly design. The reward is reliable, competitive, and profitable electronics assembly. Selecting the right defluxing process must take into consideration not only performance requirements and costs but also miniaturization, component configuration, as well as local, national and international regulatory constraints. Changes in product design and the increase in highly-populated assemblies may impel modification of the defluxing process. Changes in the defluxing chemistry and in the defluxing process can benefit product quality and performance.
Initially Published in the IPC Proceedings
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