Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 16 07:07:03 EST 2001 | You Kim Huat
HI, Can someone advice me, is there any guideline to determince the opening for stencil during stencil fabrication. Also is there any method to determince whether the solder paste amount is enough during this process.
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 05 13:08:16 EST 2001 | billschreiber
Hi Roger, Our customers use their Smart Sonic Stencil Cleaners for cleaning SMT and wave pallets. There are two primary protocols used. 1) If you have a large quantity of pallets and they are becoming contaminated rapidly, a dedicated stencil clean
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 04 07:29:33 EDT 2001 | zam_bri
I'm writing the procedure for buying off the stencil. Can someone help to guide me on the most effective way of doing this job. Other than tension, mylar matching, dimensional checks, what are things that I need to consider. Pls help & thank you in a
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 16:40:46 EDT 2001 | kerryn
Thanks Phil. However, my objective is to identify stencils that are not 100% clean prior to sending to inventory. I want to catch it before the solder paste has a chance to dry and harden in the apertures. Kerry
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 28 08:24:34 EDT 2001 | Steve Vargas
Herb: Try oversizing your stencil fiducial openings to maybe twice the size of the board fiducial. When aligning manually, look for uniformity in the annular ring which appears around the fiducial. Hope this helps.....
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 26 07:40:15 EST 2000 | Dave F
Dennis: We stepped stencils on the board side to accomidate additive jumpers. They work fine. The steps are not close enough to affect fine pitch devices. Please describe how the stencil is sffected in the area of your FP devices. Dave F
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 24 19:24:46 EST 2000 | Scott S. Snider
Every stencil supplier I have worked with had this type of information available in some format. I recommend contacting whoever you are purchasing stencils from and asking for the information. Scott Snider