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Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 01 02:54:05 EST 2014 | divia

Yes nano coating giving the good printing, but the stencil tension is very important for the life, 1st ensure the stencil tension...

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Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 20 03:26:57 EST 2014 | slouis2014

Hello, Can anybody tell me what is the life span of a stencil? How many stokes on the stencil is the maximum count to have PREDICTIVE maintenance on the stencil.Thanks

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Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 20 20:47:58 EST 2014 | slouis2014

Well the stencil in question have shield components. And this stencil sometimes doesn't even reach 10,000 strokes.As compared with stencil that does not have shield components, the life span seems to be lesser considering that same squeegee, print pr

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Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 20 11:28:41 EST 2014 | markhoch

I've spoken with a number of Engineers about this subject and there didn't seem to be a consensus number. In my own experience, I found that we were replacing the stencils after approximately 30,000 print strokes. In my predictive maintenance spreads

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Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 21 10:35:56 EST 2014 | cyber_wolf

Use nano-coating and your stencil will last a-hunnit-fiddy-million cycles. Yessur.... In reality I cant say that I have ever seen a worn out stencil. Damaged and dinged, but never worn out.

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Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 20 11:34:23 EST 2014 | markhoch

Of course I forgot to mention that the number will vary based on the type and thickness of stencil that you're using, type of squeegees, board support, print pressure, and speed.

non-metal stencil

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 25 16:22:10 EDT 2000 | bill yates

Does anyone know of a company {may be Canadian} that makes stencils from a non-metal material?

stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 29 04:06:42 EST 2002 | bayanbaru

Is there a cheap and effective method for stencil cleaning? Getting a equipment is out of the question.

stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 21 14:13:08 EDT 2005 | mafc65

1.- Clean bottom and top stencil with a cloth/alcohol at same time.Pay special attention to fine pitch locations. 2.- Clean again bottom stencil side .To prevent any residual of solder 3.- Blow air with a air gun under the stencil to remove the solde

stencil condition

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 07 05:57:37 EST 1999 | Ken Mok

What kind of equipment are you using to gauge the thickness of your stencil after it's used for some months? How to determin the condition of the stencil? Your input is much appreciated. Ken Mok, based in Shenzhen, China.

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