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Problems with .45 mil ball diameter BGA....

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 29 17:49:22 EDT 2005 | Woodsmt

I have used many of these devices recently and have used them several times over the last few years. I have been successful using a type 4 paste on a 5 mil stencil. The 13 mil round aperture should provide you with an area ratio just adequate for r

Problems with .45 mil ball diameter BGA....

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 29 17:49:26 EDT 2005 | Woodsmt

I have used many of these devices recently and have used them several times over the last few years. I have been successful using a type 4 paste on a 5 mil stencil. The 13 mil round aperture should provide you with an area ratio just adequate for r

UP1500 Frame Sizes?

Electronics Forum | Mon May 02 08:32:50 EDT 2005 | jh0n!

We recently bought a used MPM UP1500 to upgrade from a manual DeHaart printer we'd been using for years. On the DeHaart, all of our stencils were 15" square. We purchased at auction a stencil adapter for an MPM printer (ie: 29" wide), however it's

UP1500 Frame Sizes?

Electronics Forum | Wed May 04 08:10:40 EDT 2005 | jh0n!

I completely agree with the both of you, and mgmt. has decided to go that way. Cost, I pleaded, is negligible when compared to the addtl. work/headache of working with an additional adapter. Let me drag this further off-topic if I might...I've read

Stencil Rolls

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 03 09:57:29 EDT 2005 | PWH

Might also try "Count on Tools": http://www.cotinc.com

SMT Stencil Aperatures

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 03 17:24:35 EDT 2005 | davef

Search the fine SMTnet Archives for "aspect ratio" and for "area ratio".

SMT Stencil Aperatures

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 06 07:56:57 EDT 2005 | mmjm_1099

Thanks for all the information all.

Stencil thickness

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 09 21:31:55 EDT 2005 | KEN

I don't think durastone is ESD safe.

Stencil fiducials

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 22 08:07:47 EDT 2005 | ??

If you are using vision to correct on the printer and you are using the fiducials....then......yes

Stencil fiducials

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 22 08:08:50 EDT 2005 | Claude Couture

Depends on the printer. Look into your printer's manual under specifications.


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