Questions tagged [reflow]

Reflow soldering is a type of soldering where solder paste is applied to the pads, after which the components are placed on top and then it is baked in an oven.

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Solder paste issues

I am using the smallest sized readily available lead paste I could find (15-25 micron size) and printing using a metal stencil with the smallest pitch being .5mm pitch qfns. Reflow is with a SMTmax ...
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FR-4 discoloring in reflow oven

Is it normal for exposed (no solder mask) FR-4 to blacken during reflow? We're using a fairly ordinary profile with a max at 233C, about 5 minutes total and only about 60 seconds above 200C. I ...
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S-PFQP-G80 package

I am having some troubles soldering a S-PFQP-G80 package since I get solder bridges between pins after putting it into the reflow oven and I was wondering it would make sense to decrease the pad ...
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Vacuum dessication of MSL components?

The standard method of removing moisture from MSL-sensitive SMD components prior to reflow is to bake in an oven for 12 hours or more. Without baking, there is a possibility of popcorning, as the ...
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What's the min space between exposed via pad to exposed component pad during reflow?

In my opinion, the solder will not run into the via as long as there is a reliable soldermask web between them. Is that right? As I know, PCB manufacturers change gerbers all the time to make the ...