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Intrusive reflow techniques

Ben Wilmot

#15415

Intrusive reflow techniques | 16 June, 1998

I am looking for infromation on intrusive reflow techniques & process development

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Justin Medernach

#15418

Re: Intrusive reflow techniques | 16 June, 1998

| I am looking for infromation on intrusive reflow techniques & process development Ben, Check out Phil Zarrow's home page. He is an excellent consultant and is extremely knowledgable when it comes to process. there is a particularly good paper on this site on this very topic. Phil and another "godlike" surface mount pioneer by the name of Joe Belmonte, (MPM and formerly of Motorola / Codex) both worked on the same paper in different locations and came up with the same formulae. Pretty crazy. Anywho, the website is www.ITM-SMT.com. Regards, Justin Medernach

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Mike McMonagle

#15417

Re: Intrusive reflow techniques | 24 June, 1998

Also check out Bob Willis with EPS in the UK (www.bobwillis.co.uk). I attended his seminar at Nepcon West this year and gained further enlightenment on the subject. We are using it a lot across a broad range of customers, but you need to understand the potential pitfalls. The SMTA has available a paper that the SMART Group (UK version of SMTA) published, with the sale proceeds benefitting the Charles Hutchins Memorial Fund. | I am looking for infromation on intrusive reflow techniques & process development

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Bob Willis

#15416

Re: Intrusive reflow techniques | 10 July, 1998

There is a training video, CD ROM and technical report on PIHR available from the SMTA Main Office in the USA. Further details are available from my web site if you do not have any luck with the SMTA. | I am looking for infromation on intrusive reflow techniques & process development

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