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Is there a decent, pin-testable No-Clean, YET??

Justin Medernach

#13885

Is there a decent, pin-testable No-Clean, YET?? | 9 October, 1998

Hi Guys, It's me. I've been on a hiatus from the forum for a while. Duty calls (so does my boss, often). I'm looking for a good no-clean. Sounds like a western movie, "Howdy pard, I'ma looking for a few good no-cleans. I'm in process of beginning a no-clean evaluation and pin testability is at the top of my list of concerns. ICT platform isn't fully developed so I have freedom in choice of spring constants and nail types. Please, let me know what works relatively well. EG. Paste brand, flux system, k constant for fixture, and nail style if possible. Thanks guys. I'll be back on the forum soon. I'm just really really slammed right now.

Looking forward to the comments.

Justin

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Tony B

#13886

Re: Is there a decent, pin-testable No-Clean, YET?? | 10 October, 1998

| Hi Guys, | It's me. I've been on a hiatus from the forum for a while. Duty calls (so does my boss, often). I'm looking for a good no-clean. Sounds like a western movie, "Howdy pard, I'ma looking for a few good no-cleans. I'm in process of beginning a no-clean evaluation and pin testability is at the top of my list of concerns. ICT platform isn't fully developed so I have freedom in choice of spring constants and nail types. Please, let me know what works relatively well. EG. Paste brand, flux system, k constant for fixture, and nail style if possible. Thanks guys. I'll be back on the forum soon. I'm just really really slammed right now. | | Looking forward to the comments. | | Justin | I don't know if you'll consider it decent but its no clean and its pin testable. Contact the Indium corporation. Nope, I don't know their address or nothin! TB

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Jeff Sanchez

#13887

Re: Is there a decent, pin-testable No-Clean, YET?? | 10 October, 1998

| | Hi Guys, | | It's me. I've been on a hiatus from the forum for a while. Duty calls (so does my boss, often). I'm looking for a good no-clean. Sounds like a western movie, "Howdy pard, I'ma looking for a few good no-cleans. I'm in process of beginning a no-clean evaluation and pin testability is at the top of my list of concerns. ICT platform isn't fully developed so I have freedom in choice of spring constants and nail types. Please, let me know what works relatively well. EG. Paste brand, flux system, k constant for fixture, and nail style if possible. Thanks guys. I'll be back on the forum soon. I'm just really really slammed right now. | | | | Looking forward to the comments. | | | | Justin | | | I don't know if you'll consider it decent but its no clean and its pin testable. Contact the Indium corporation. Nope, I don't know their address or nothin! | TB |Hey Guys, Here is the address for Indium Corp. 1676 Lincoln Av, P.O.Box 269,Utica, New York 13503-0269 Toll Free: 1-800-446-3486. Hope that is of some help. Jeff

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