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In assembly the bare board is populated with electronic components, called a "printed circuit board assembly" (PCBA). In through-hole technology, the component leads are inserted in holes surrounded by conductive pads; In surface-mount technology (SMT), the component is placed on the PCB so that the pins line up with the conductive pads or lands on the surfaces of the PCB.

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Any clues? no-clean vs. water soluble
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ciostef

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John Thorup touched on some applications where no-clean fluxes could be a bad idea. I'm looking for some more detailed info. (papers, references, texts, comparative test results, links, anything) that I can gain a little insight with. Our management is once again licking their chops at the idea of eliminating the wash process, and I'm sure that design is going to request some pretty beefy motivation before they agree to try and qualify product built to that spec.
Any clues? Thanks, guys.
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