Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 29 07:22:28 EST 2004 | Jack
HI, I have quite a build up of print stencils which I need to keep but with little room. What do guys think about the remountable foils which take up less space? Are they robust enough? I have heard they are quite dangerous in the wrong hands also
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 01 09:20:02 EST 2004 | chrissieneale
We had this problem not long ago and changed to the remountable foils. They are as good as the orignals but they cost less and are practical to store. All our stencils come from DEK and they have a nice little (overpriced) cupboard, if you're working
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 10 21:55:57 EST 2004 | Dreamsniper
Has anybody here could provide me good infos regarding BGA rework Kits other than the Flextac Stencil. Also on what sort of fixtures and toolings they provide to help me align the rework stencil onto the BGA pads. Thanks in advance... Hi to Dave F.
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 13 08:07:53 EDT 2004 | Frank
Hey, What implications are there when cleaning a stencil of conductive adhesives rather than solder paste? I'm looking to change over to this medium but i'm stuggling to find any journals or data based around the implications of this transision, Ch
Electronics Forum | Fri May 21 14:51:29 EDT 2004 | cyber_wolf
The sprayer is supposed to be aimed at the part of the wiper paper that comes in contact with the stencil.(Not @ the stencil) We have 4 SPM's and 2 AP25's and never had a need to use the solvent sprayer. Dry wiping works just fine. Print on !......
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 27 07:18:44 EDT 2004 | Nippy
How does the HASL finish and stencil match ? I have seen ocasions on fine pitch devices where the HASL can protrude into the stencil aperture either pulling paste down on the snap off or completely blocking the aperture and getting no paste.