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For this week’s World of Solder Preforms series installment, Brandon Judd explains the importance of reflow profiling: Solder preforms are a very common method of reducing voiding in a soldered device with larger X/Y dimensions. Compared to solder paste (which is approximately 50% flux by…
It sounds bad for me to say this, but I have a lot of SMT magazines cross my desk and, honestly, the solder paste articles rarely draw my interest. I work in a world of solder preforms and that’s really where my mind is at, currently. A recent exception is a paper written by Eric Bastow (Assistant…
Many of my posts have been discussing the different types of wave soldering fluxers: their capabilities and their shortcomings. This section will be similar, except preheaters will be discussed. But first, a quick introduction. The…
Andy C. Mackie, PhD, MSc
Senior Product Manager, Semiconductor Assembly Materials
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