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Need reflow plating, reel-to-reel


(1999)

I am looking for a company that can reflow plate reels of copper and copper alloy.

Genana Bambur
- Mt. Prospect, Illinois, USA


(1999)

Dear Genana,

Reflow is a term associated with the Printed Circuit industry. In the subtractive process the tin/tin-lead plating is melted and"reflows" over the exposed copper base of the lines or circuits. This improves the solderability of the PC boards and gives them a shelf life of about 6 months.

I think the process you are looking for is wired plating or reel to reel plating of tin or tin-lead alloys. The job shop list from finishing.com should help and/or you may want to re-title your letter to get the response you need.

Regards,

Fred Mueller, CEF
- Royersford, Pennsylvania



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