[sdiy] Question for the self-assembly SMD-ers here

Ben Stuyts ben at stuyts.nl
Fri Feb 18 18:46:00 CET 2022

Oh bleh… I hate power pads (and especially QFN with power pads) for manual soldering.

Use a stencil, and as someone else said: a hotplate and heatgun is the way to go. Or a toaster oven with PID controller.


> On 18 Feb 2022, at 17:40, Mike Bryant <mbryant at futurehorizons.com> wrote:
> Is it possible to assemble this product by hand ?
> https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/power/class-d-audio-amplifier-ic/integrated-class-d-audio-amplifier-ics/ma5332ms/?redirId=160809 <https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/power/class-d-audio-amplifier-ic/integrated-class-d-audio-amplifier-ics/ma5332ms/?redirId=160809>
> I can get a PCB made at JLCPCB with all the support circuitry on it and leave plenty of space for this IC, but not sure if it’s possible to assemble this part afterwards.
> It has a recommended stencil design in the datasheet which seems pretty tight for manual placement.
> Alternatively anybody in the UK with whatever equipment is needed and willing to do it (paid for obviously) please email me.
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