The ball-attach process for BGA and PGA packages uses a flux that is usually applied via pin-transfer from a dipping tray. Solder spheres (solder balls) are then placed into the deposits and the whole assembly is reflowed. BGA fluxes are usually water soluble, while PGA fluxes are often very reactive no-clean materials.
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While not directly part of Indium Corporation’s Technical Service department, Maria is technology driven and works with our customers to help select the perfect products for their needs. In her role as Product Specialist for Semiconductor and Advanced Assembly Materials she tests all of our newest…
In the past, Jim Hisert has worked very closely with the semiconductor products as an applications engineer. But now, as the product specialist for the Semiconductor products and advanced assembly, I have been focusing on these products. Recently Jim asked me a few questions on our current semiconductor…
The 46th International Symposium on Microelectronics will be held in Orlando, Florida, September 30th through October 3rd, 2013. I will be attending both as as an exhibitor and as a session co-chair. TECHNICAL SESSION: This year there will be 6 technical tracks: Interposers & 2.5/3D Packaging Modeling,…
Andy C. Mackie, PhD, MSc
Global Product Manager of Semiconductor and Advanced Assembly Materials
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