Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 09 04:16:25 EDT 2000 | Jarno Py�ri�
And little more... If you use chip components, then that 80% from pads is good stencils apertures size. But if you use fine pitch components, example QFP, then you can use apertures, 90% from pads. I hoping that you understand something abou
Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 06 16:37:00 EDT 2000 | fraser
1. A step stencil is a waste of perfectly good stainless steel! 2. They are characterised by lousy prints on the very parts that are most critical in your process - whilst leaving good prints on the easy stuff. 3. MMM.... nasty chemicals! 4. Exactly!
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 11 11:30:34 EDT 2000 | genglish
Dave, the material in question is Acetal. I believe it is anti static. Should there be any charge built up then (hopefully) the charge is dissipated through the frame in which it is housed within the printer. It is an established process within our c