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Phase II - A Comparative Analysis of Lead Free Materials and Processes Using Design of Experiments Techniques

  A Comparative Analysis of Lead Free Materials and Processes Using Design of Experiments Techniques (SMTA 2003) Download PDF file (1.25 MB)

Phases I & II - Massachusetts Lead Free Consortium Update

  Massachusetts Lead Free Consortium Update - SMTA Boston Chapter (September 2003) Download PDF file (339.24 kB)

Lead Free Through Hole Rework on a Thick Heavy Assembly

  This article is in the August 2007 issue of Circuits Assembly. Download PDF file (5.46 MB)

Brooks Instrument, LLC. Lead-free Electronics Implementation. 2008.

  TURI Technical Report No. 59. During 2007 and 2008, the Institute worked with representatives from Benchmark Electronics, Brooks Instrument, and Emerson Process Management to conduct and document a lead-free electronics implementation for a high reliability electronics product that is exempt from the European RoHS Directive. The research information provided by the New England Lead-free Consortium, as well as the information contained in this case study, is of high value to companies that need to transition to lead-free electronics for their high reliability products. The Institute's university research program continues to fund research efforts to reduce the use of toxic chemicals in the electronics industry. Download PDF file (5.56 MB)

Getting the lead out of electronics. 2009

  This fact sheet provides a summary of the successful efforts of the New England Lead-free Electronics Consortium. Download PDF file (424.23 kB)

Supply Chain Collaboration to Achieve Toxics Use Reduction

  Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 19, Issue 5, March 2011. Download PDF file (1.42 MB)

Failure Analysis Results for Evaluating the Long-Term Reliability of Test Vehicles Assembled with Lead-free Materials

  Paper submitted for IMAPS New England, 38th Symposium and Expo, Boxborough, MA, May 3, 2011. Download PDF file (319.03 kB)

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