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Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 10 04:19:55 EST 2009 | cunningham

do you not have a problem with flux seperating from when it was chilled? due to our high mix low volume we really cant afford to have solder paste waiting for an hour or so till its ready before we can build

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Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 27 01:34:17 EDT 2011 | JOSEPH PJ

hey am working in continuos improvement dept and am lokking foraward to save time and cost by imlimenting solder paste catridges in place of jars can any one help me out in this topic! with regards JOSEPH

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Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 12 08:25:43 EDT 2005 | davef

Q1 Can anyone explain to me what is the clean and non clean solder? A1 The trend away from CFCs has lead many users to evaluate switching to no-clean soldering processes. The term "no-clean" is actually a common misnomer when used to describe a flux

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Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 10 12:53:12 EST 2009 | deanm

Bryan, Dyoungquist is correct. You should not need to mix solder paste. Overmixing solder paste can adversely affect it. Follow these guidelines and you should be fine: 1. Keep unopened containers of paste in the refrigerator. 2. Take one container

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Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 12 08:00:11 EDT 2005 | mmjm_1099

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Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 27 09:58:05 EDT 2011 | davef

Pressure printing systems Conventional stencil printing techniques have fundamental limitations as regards paste handling: The volume of paste available for printing is limited, so frequent replenishment is necessary Paste is difficult to c

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Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 11 09:51:56 EST 2009 | dyoungquist

I won't say never but very rarely do we have problems with the flux seperating. The way we get around the 1-2 hour warmup time is this: The day before we run a particular job, the last person takes out the paste needed from the fridge as the last t

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Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 09 09:47:32 EST 2009 | dyoungquist

I am curious as to why you need to mix.... We use a 500g cartridge with air gun. Our process is remove the cartridge from the fridge, allow it to warm up to room temperature before inserting into air gun, then apply bead of paste to the stencil. N

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Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 09 03:34:06 EST 2009 | cunningham

Sorry i wasnt very clear we already have a Malcolm sps-1 for our tubs but to move over to cartridges we need a machine to do that none of those machines are capable of mixing a 6 oz cartridge

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Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 27 10:07:16 EDT 2011 | swag

We bought air dispenser guns that fit the cartriges. I can't remember where we got them - sorry. We built little aluminum "holsters" for the sides of the machines to put the guns in. The guns are hooked up to air with low pressure regulators. Wor

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