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Small batch Manufacturing

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 18 16:46:06 EST 2007 | wayne123

In addition to what frank said, I have also just placed the board on the work bench, but instead of trying to hold the board and stencil in place I would make a frame for the board using double sided tape, and after aligning I would tape the far edge

Stencil Storage Solutions

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 18 14:38:07 EST 2008 | chef

Try asking your stencil supplier. One of mine recently gave me a sales pitch for something like you want. If you are mechanically adept and enjoyed Lincoln Logs, Erector Sets, Lego's, Panels and Girders toys then look at 8020.net. Extruded aluminum

Stencil Storage Solutions

Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 19 07:06:40 EST 2008 | jdumont

Check stanley supply and techni tool. They have rack with no doors but you could prob fab something up. 8020 stuff isnt cheap either. I bet it would cost about 400+ to build a stencil rack plus all the labor and thinking involved. That being said, I

Screen cleaner evaluation

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 04 13:29:02 EST 2008 | bschreiber

I recommend checking the IPC Stencil and Misprinted Board Cleaning Handbook (IPC-7526). A PDF copy is available at: http://www.SmartSonic.com click on "Cleaning Products" then click on "Recommended Reading". I agree with Doug, the more powerful

DEK 265 Horizon

Electronics Forum | Mon May 05 08:42:35 EDT 2008 | mmjm_1099

We use double image stencils with our DEK Horizons. My operators would just load the pcb on to the rials and manually adjust the stencil and clamp it. Once they do that they add into the comments what number the handcrank adjustable is at so next tim

Ekra Stencil Printer

Electronics Forum | Fri May 09 14:42:53 EDT 2008 | charliedci

Looking to purchase a new, inline stencil printer. I have been told that the new Ekra printers are based on the DEK platform, but do not carry the DEK price tag. We are currently running old SMT table top clamshell printers, so any inline sytem will

Ekra Stencil Printer

Electronics Forum | Fri May 16 16:24:09 EDT 2008 | flipit

Looking to purchase a new, inline stencil > printer. I have been told that the new Ekra > printers are based on the DEK platform, but do > not carry the DEK price tag. We are currently > running old SMT table top clamshell printers, so > any inl

Solder balls

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 18 16:02:25 EDT 2008 | wrongway

I think Real Chunks has your answer home plat or reverse home plate or like we use a 10% reduction on most aptures vs pad I think your problem is to much paste on the pads we used to see a lot of that with 8mil stencil thicknes on our 1206 caps went

Stencil Cutters

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 20 09:49:25 EST 2008 | slthomas

"Jeez, how do people like this make it to power?" lol...there goes Hussman, saying what everyone else is thinking. I do like robgd3's line of thinking. If you want to spend money, why not spend it on a machine that replaces* stencils instead of one

Bottom side adheasive

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 09 14:03:05 EST 2008 | pms

Steve, We use stencils for applying adhesives to PCB's, with our DEK Proflow system. Works well for us. Once in a while, we have to manually add adhesive to a specific location depending on the component height. Vary rare though. You shouldn't have


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