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The other day I was watching the classic film “King Kong vs Godzilla” with my son. At one point, I believe related to some prequel that had escaped me, Godzilla was encapsulated within a block of ice. A military missile hits the ice and breaks the encapsulation, freeing Godzilla…
The title of this blog is a little misleading because it is actually going to focus on an inappropriate method that is sometimes used in wave solder flux evaluations. It is always desirable to identify a technique which allows someone to evaluate a material in the quickest, cheapest, and most…
Folks, The pin-in-paste (PIP) process is often the best choice when the PCBA is a mixed SMT and through-hole board with a small number of through-hole components. However, assuring that the correct volume of solder paste is printed to ensure an adequate amount of solder for a reliable…
Andy C. Mackie, PhD, MSc
Senior Product Manager, Semiconductor Assembly Materials
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