You Cant' Hang 'Em Out to Dry

Hymes, Les
March 2003
Circuits Assembly;Mar2003, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p24
Trade Publication
Focuses on steps in the aqueous cleaning process for printing wire assemblies (PWA). Need for the rinse cycle of the cleaning process of PWA; Details of the airknife module in the cleaning process of PWA; Importance of high pressure and capillary flow in the cleaning process; Details of the final deionized rinse cycle and the drying process; Line speed precautions undertaken at the final drying stage.


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