Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 12 13:49:08 EDT 2013 | garym4569
Has anyone had success using a DEK Proflow printhead with fine pitch components (~.2mm pitch). I have been told that squeegees are the way to go for fine pitch. What other major factors play a role in successfully printing fine pitch. Print speed,
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 18 09:27:53 EDT 2013 | dontfeedphils
I believe it's mostly worn off through cleaning solvents and the slight abrasion during the under stencil cleaning process. I couldn't say whether or not it's ever in a state that would allow it to transfer to the PCB though.
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 14 14:11:39 EDT 2013 | island2013
Yes, I agree with Evtimov. It's more about aperature reduction and type than it is the type of machine. Aspect and and Area Ratio are very important. Take a look at this page I found on the internet http://www.qualiecocircuits.co.nz/stencil-techno
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 15 19:27:08 EDT 2013 | swag
See if you can get a sample of Dek's Nano Protek. We use it on all our fine pitch stencils. I'd say it's kind of like car wax for the aperture walls. They operators really like it a bug me every day to order more if we run out.
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 18 08:54:18 EDT 2013 | emeto
Hege, the Nano coating goes on the opposite of the squeegee side of the stencil. I don't know if the cleaning paper is able to remove it little by little with the time, but I never refreshed my stencils with Nano coating and they work just fine. How
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 17 14:36:30 EDT 2013 | hegemon
Hey SWAG, any idea where that Nano Protek goes, that you have to replace it? (and I am not talking about polishing up wheels) Is it being scrubbed off of the stencil during the print process, and over time it must be replenished? Sorry a bit off top