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Stencil manufacturer

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 19 13:28:52 EDT 2005 | grantp

Hi, Does anyone know if any US company is really good a doing Electroform stencils? We tried DEK out of Singapore, but the lead times were very long. Not sure how DEK in the US is though. Regards, Grant

Stencil manufacturer

Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 09 01:06:54 EDT 2005 | vev

Metal Etch Services San Marcos Southern California. Same day service great LAser Stencils. 760 510-9476

Stencil Cleaning / Zestron / Vigon

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 23 10:59:37 EDT 2005 | cyber_wolf

Is there anyone out there using Zestron Vigon SC200 stencil cleaning solution? We were told that it can be used to clean SMT adhesive, water soluble, and no clean paste flux. Can anyone tell me anything about this stuff ?

Water Jet Stencil Cut

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 03 12:26:43 EDT 2005 | GS

Hello, I am looking for informations about water cut stencil process. Your experience,literatures,links,advices, etc,on this matter will be very appreciated. Thank You Regards............GS

Water Jet Stencil Cut

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 04 06:52:28 EDT 2005 | Rob

Am I doing my maths right? 0.005 inches is 0.127mm which is crap for a stencil. Our supplier (laser cut)has an aperture tolerance of 0.005mm (approx. 0.000197 inches).

This looks interesting (Mydata Jet Print)

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 17 14:33:08 EDT 2005 | grantp

Hi, For that money I wonder if you can get a high end stencil printer, and a machine to make stencils. Regards, Grant

Manual Stencil Printers

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 11 10:13:29 EST 2005 | jrr3434

I am looking for a good manual stencil printer for low volume production runs. Looking at placing 0402s and 15mil parts. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks Jay

BGA Reballing

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 08 10:50:48 EST 2005 | Gary

Go to http://www.minimicrostencil.com and look up the rb-2000. There is a step by step discription of how to do it and as mentioned before you will need a thicker stencil for your application. there will me a list of stencil types at the web site t

Poor Paste Release

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 09 07:56:49 EST 2006 | slthomas

Squeegee pressure or height, snap off, the age and/or condition of the paste and the condition/cleanliness of the stencil are about all I can come up with, unless you got a new stencil and you changed the design parameters or they made it wrong.

Poor Paste Release

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 09 08:25:30 EST 2006 | grantp

Hi, If the stencil was not cleaned well from the previous run, dried paste residue can cause the paste to grab in the stencil. If you have a microscope, check the small apertures for contamination. Regards, Grant

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