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Stencil sink stink

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 21 08:25:11 EST 2005 | cyber_wolf

No it's not a dry or defective trap. The exit line of the stencil sink is piped into a regular slop sink. There are no sewer gas smells coming out of the slop sink trap.

Stencil Organization/Storage

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 22 11:24:08 EST 2005 | plastiksc2

Hi everyone. I need ideas on how to organize all my stencils. We have over 300 and it takes so long to find then for a job. I was wondering if anyone had ideas?


Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 03 00:40:35 EST 2005 | Dhanish

What is the recommended stencil aperture opening ,stencil thickness and aperture shape for CCGA?We are seeing high reject for Open solder joint.

Stencil Rolls

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 03 06:32:45 EDT 2005 | dougs

Thats a crazy price for a stencil roll. We are paying 5GBP per roll. About 8 euros. www.dtsprocess.com

SMT Stencil Aperatures

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 03 16:09:28 EDT 2005 | ratsalad

Who is your stencil vendor? I'd ask them if they have any standard guidelines. That's what I did. I took their standard design guidelines, made them mine and have been making additions and changes since.

SMT Stencil Aperatures

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 06 16:32:51 EDT 2005 | nealh

I worked with our stencil vendor for a about a year tweaking our aperture guidlines for our printer. Of course we upgraded to a better printer and all of that went out the door. Work with your vendor and they should be able to make suggestion as to w

Stencil thickness

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 09 07:25:15 EDT 2005 | pl

i think tihs one u batter using the printing pallet .The stencil thickness u can use 4 mils thks pl..

Stencil thickness

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 13 14:34:16 EDT 2005 | peter ng

The stencil thickness should be 5.5 mils.The squeeze speed around 20mm/s,print gap 0.15mm,print separation 0.3mm/s.

Stencil fiducials

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 22 10:53:43 EDT 2005 | pr

Yes, They do have to be the same. If not you'll have to put in some ridiculous offsets. If they are not located in the same place (as mentioned earlier) use 2 pads that are off by themselves (if possible) and increase wipe frequency, because your ste

Paste sticks to squeegee

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 28 02:37:17 EDT 2005 | grantp

Hi, Check to make sure your paste is not dried up, and it should roll across the stencil, not slide. Also, if your running in a cold environment, then that can stiffen up the paste, and it will still to the blades, and not roll over the stencil corr

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