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How to use FAST CHIP removal alloy

How to use FAST CHIP removal alloy

This is a demo of one of our new products, a low melt solder removal alloy similar to Chipquik but with a lower cost.

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  1. Date: October 12, 2016 at 17:10
    Author: TheTarrMan

    I've never seen anything like that before. That's a really neat, it's amazing some of the stuff they're making these days.

  2. Date: October 18, 2016 at 02:11
    Author: Mike

    I absolutely love ChipQuik. Can't vouch for this generic knock off though. One thing I might point out. Your components might benefit from setting your iron to a lower temp. Especially if you plan to harvest them without any thermal damage. 750 °F (398°C) is way too high if you plan on re-using the component. Since this is a super low melt alloy, you could easily set your iron temp to 280°C, or possibly even lower, and achieve the same results without the risk or overheating your components. I've done quite a few ultra fine 128 pin QFP's this way.

  3. Date: October 27, 2017 at 06:10
    Author: Light Man

    What happen with the other guy, who always is cursing hating this hating that and that son of bitch o this son of a bitch ?

  4. Date: March 31, 2018 at 19:48
    Author: PhrontDoor

    I went the other way, myself.. I made the mistake of hot-air.. oh yeah.. and the connector had this ridiculously thin plastic in places..
    That poor thing didn't stand a chance. So now I know. 🙂

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