Electronics Forum: hold down (Page 1 of 33)

Jumper wire hold down

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 10 11:54:15 EST 1997 | Kyle Dopp

I can remember seeing jumper wire that had special insulation that you melt to the board to hold it down instead of gluing. Does anyone use this product and can tell me where to get it.

Laying down and holding large components

Electronics Forum | Thu May 22 13:31:52 EDT 2003 | Dave

If you have a component with a height issue and want to lay is down (capacitor in this case), what are the best methods to consider? RTV, epoxy or something else?

Laying down and holding large components

Electronics Forum | Thu May 22 18:47:12 EDT 2003 | russ

I would assume we are talking about a radial leaded electrolytic cap? We use Electronic grade RTV (Dow corning 3145). It sticks good and can be removed if necessary. It is also pliable so you don't have to worry about CTE or other stresses that may

Laying down and holding large components

Electronics Forum | Thu May 22 14:16:40 EDT 2003 | MikeF

We need more information to give you a good answer. Is this a leaded part (axial or radial) or smt? How big is the part, how much weight per lead? What is the end use environment, will it see any vibration? or temperature extremes? Some general com

New forum will be require down time

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 29 14:53:15 EDT 1998 | Clifford Peaslee @ SMTnet

Hello all, We at SMTnet are ready to introduct a new and improved forum. I am sure all regular users will find it substantially more useful than its predecessor. The forum will be shutdown between 3 and 4 EST. Any messages submitted during that time

Connector is falling down in the second reflow

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 14 12:22:57 EST 2020 | etmpalletguy

OK, you can't glue, Pallet Guys pallets are out the door, dual line reflow prevents from any lower temp solder paste.... Do you have a 3D printer? Are there parts underneath the connector in question? Measure the PCB thickness, pint out a custom hold

Connector is falling down in the second reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 12 10:11:05 EST 2020 | emeto

Would you consider a light reflow pallet on second side holding the connetors in place and preventing them from moving?

Connector is falling down in the second reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 12 10:17:15 EST 2020 | emeto

Would you consider a light reflow pallet on second side holding the connectors in place and preventing them from moving?

Re: IP3 Zero without Reboot???

Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 28 21:10:11 EST 1999 | Doug

Larry, To zero the IP3, you hold down the "-" key and press "F5" (set), then F6 to go back to page zero, then sero the machine. On the CP6 you hold down the "-" key and press F6. Doug L.

extra zeros very confusing....

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 22 20:32:12 EDT 2002 | davef

� * Press "Num Lock"; Hold down "Alt", while typing 0111 =>o * Press "Num Lock"; Hold down "Alt", while typing 079 =>O See they're all different sizes. Neat, eh? ;-P

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