May 16, 2005 | Bill Shaw, Articulation LLC
Low cost techniques for building prototype and low volume SMT printed circuit boards....
Publisher: Articulation LLC
Manufacturer and distributor of a low-cost prototype SMT reflow oven controller.
Westbrook, Connecticut, USA
Sep 02, 2004 | Patrick O. Bruneel Technical Advisor - Interflux USA, Inc.
The main goal of this paper is to highlight the importance of interrelating the physics and the chemistry in wave soldering and soft soldering in general. Often we find the disciplines of chemistry and physics being analyzed distinct and separate. However in the quest for alternative ways for leading edge competitive and especially environmental friendly manufacturing, separating or ignoring this interrelationship is detrimental to the success of No-Residue soldering....
Publisher: Interflux USA, Inc.
May 23, 2004 | By Gold Phoenix's North America Service and Tech Center
This is an article written by our company's experts to help our customers to make informed decision on PC boards purchasing. It introduces the materials that are used in the PCB manufacturing and the cost analysis of different materials....
Publisher: Gold Phoenix PCB Co, Ltd
We are a PCB manufacturer located in China and right now we have set up our office in Ontario, Canada. We can produce high-quality PCBs up to 24 layers and we accept orders for prototypes as well as large volumes, both with very competitive prices.
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Sep 17, 2003 | P.Gerits / A.Mandos
It appears very logical that the successor of the 0402 size SMD would be the 0201. Curves showing the life-cycle of a body size, from introduction to most used to only for special cases, are very similar for the 1206, 0805, 0603 and 0402. So there is reason to expect that the same will happen with the 0201. Until now there is only little evidence for this, but most technologies come later than expected but faster than expected!...
May 05, 2003 | By Alden Johnson, Cookson Electronics Equipment, Franklin,Mass.
The stencil selection process can be confusing, particularly when creating a stencil for a new application. This tutorial, which covers stencils for SMT and advanced IC packaging applications, offers guidelines to assist users in stencil selection and print optimization....
Publisher: Cookson Electronics
Apr 18, 2003 | Jim Morris, Advanced Development Manager, Cookson Electronics Equipment & Matthew J. O'Keefe, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Metallurgical Engineering, University of Missouri
The popular tin (Sn) rich lead free solders are causing severe corrosion to many of the materials used in today's Wave Solder systems. Users are experiencing higher maintenance frequency and reduced life of wave solder machine components. This paper describes the effects of Sn rich solders in contact with various materials and discusses alternate methods to alleviate this problem....
Publisher: Cookson Electronics
Mar 07, 2002 | Speedline Technologies
Electrovert problems & solutions reflow & wave soldering....
Publisher: Speedline Technologies, Inc.
Speedline Technologies serves the electronics assembly and semiconductor packaging industries with class-leading equipment, responsive support and unparalleled process knowledge.
Franklin, Massachusetts, USA
Oct 25, 2001 | Paul Gerits, Anton Mandos
The electronics business has been a rather heated, if not over-heated, environment for many years. This has lead to a forgiving climate regarding inefficiencies, as resources have not been stretched and getting products out has been top priority. It might now be time to invest in some reflection on the strategies and tactics applied to the production environment in order to be prepared for the ‘heat’ of the future. Focusing investment in the right resources, and not sub-optimising, is the way to go....
Aug 17, 2001 | Paul Gerits, Anton Mandos
Odd or SMD? At one time it was clear. An SMD component was placed on the surface of a PCB and all others were defined as 'odds' or 'specials'. This article discribes the changes and how equipment manufactorers react on it....
May 23, 2001 | R. Michael Donovan
The complexities of getting material ordered, manufactured and delivered overload most supply chain management (SCM) systems. The fact is, most systems are just not up to handling all the variables up and down the supply chain......
Publisher: R. Michael Donovan & Co., Inc.