Flux and Epoxy
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Lamp style preheaters have the fastest response time of any of the previous preheaters mentioned in other posts. The lamp filament is practically the sole thermal mass; it is so fast that the response time is measured in seconds rather than minutes, as with the other models. This type of…
Finally – the fun part! After all of your work specifying the right materials and applying them, at last we can test all of the assumptions we have made, and the effects of our assembly process. There are many criteria you can test, depending on a specific application, but, in general, you will…
Just as with cutting solder preforms, there are many different ways to apply flux to solder preforms. At your facility you might use a liquid or tacky flux along with bare solder preforms. (Why flux is used is described here) At Indium, we can pre-apply flux to your solder preforms, and we can make the…
Andy C. Mackie, PhD, MSc
Senior Product Manager, Semiconductor Assembly Materials
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