Category Archives: Soldering

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Oct01
Cooper Defined vs. Solder Mask Defined pad design for BGA soldering strength

Since the electronic product design moves from desktop to portable devices, the manufacturer also make electronic component as small as possible to meet this popular trend. Besides, the PCB thickness also become thinner and the associated soldering pads on the … Continue reading

Jul01
Why thinner PCB will need carrier for reflow process?

As the career of Manufacturing Process Engineering(MPE), WorkingBear always find there is rope wall between R&D, Marketing and Manufacturer. The R&D and Marketing always like the design be thin, sleek, and modern looking. The manufacturer always like the assembly be … Continue reading

Jun17
Selectively increase solder paste volume solutions

Why need to partially increase the solder paste volume? This is in order to meet current smaller and thinner electric component design, the stencil thickness is made as thin as possible to accurately control the tiny solder paste which print … Continue reading

May27
Improve BGA solderability by partial increase solder paste volume

How to improve the BGA (Ball Grid Array) package solderability is always a big challenge for SMT (Surface Mount Technology) process. Especially for the fine pitch (ball pitch less than 0.8mm) BGA is more difficult to be soldered on the … Continue reading

May05
Why Burn/In(B/I) still cannot screen out the DDR soldering fail?

Recently we met a DDR memory BGA (Ball Grid Array) soldering fail issue. Actually the is HIP (Head-In-Pillow) that two balls under the BGA package. We sent a people to field to check how customer do the operation and found … Continue reading

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