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Re: roll type of cleaning wiper

Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 18 19:16:28 EDT 1999 | Wayne Bracy

Please visit our Web site, especially 'link page', to get some hint for roll typr of cleaning wiper for automatic screen printers. http://www.squeegee.co.kr Idiot: I wouldn't visit your site if I had to start using toilet paper. K

Re: Reballer fro BGA

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 04 12:18:48 EDT 1999 | Gary Miller

Any recommendations for a reballer for BGA and mBGA? Low volume, low cost appreciated! Dave: I don't believe that reballing BGAs that go into customer products is a good idea. Check with your BGA supplier to determine their recom

SRT forever

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 13 14:39:01 EST 1999 | Earl Moon

Finished profiling this morning for a particularly obstinate board. Couldn't raise the nozzle as many of you suggest, and SRT promotes, because of dense population around every associated rework part. However, we did get good removes (TC'd and verifi

Re: Makin That Drat Documentation

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 06 08:19:50 EST 1999 | Dave F

Clarissa, Dave had good suggestions. We load several boards manual at this time. We set our components up in clearly marked bins. The documentation includes a chart with the part number, bin number, reference designator and color code for t

Re: Fiducials

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 19 14:44:24 EST 1999 | Lance A. Smalley

You don't say what kind of machine you are using but several just use the edge of fiducials to determine area (and centers). If you are teaching in binary and have the ability to select a decision level (threshold), use a level half way between loss

Re: Moisture Sensitivity and Package Cracking

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 01 10:06:51 EST 1999 | Chris Fontaine

All of our moisture sensitive components are shipped to us in vacuum sealed, desiccated bags with a moisture indicator. When the parts are removed from the bag (this is done at either SMT setup, or in the stockroom) the indicator is checked. If it

Re: Dry Storage Options

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 22 17:38:07 EST 1999 | Michael Larsen

I was just wondering what solutions are out there for dry storage. Our basic need is to be able to store boards that have been baked and need to remain moisture free for up to a week. Michael: Let's take a different angle on this. Why

Re: Dry Storage Options

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 29 15:52:54 EST 1999 | Sarah Marshall

I've had good luck with cabinets sold by Stanley Storage Systems (800-523-2449). This is a sturdy, steel cabinet (no windows) that is intended for nitrogen purge. It's less expensive than the specialty acrylic cabinets sold by other companies. W

Re: Dry Storage Options

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 29 16:11:29 EST 1999 | Charles L. Morehouse

I aggree with Sarah, I have found that Stanley sells a good configurable product for the money. I've had good luck with cabinets sold by Stanley Storage Systems (800-523-2449). This is a sturdy, steel cabinet (no windows) that is intended for

Re: Fountain Wave Soldering and Repair/Rework Equipment

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 22 18:54:54 EST 1999 | Steve Gregory

> If you are inheriting a system, you probably don't have a lot of choice, >>but with a little ingenuity, you can pull a Steve Gregory: Grab some duct >>tape, a book of matches, and a videotaped rerun of MacGyver for >>inspiration. HEY! Whaddya mea


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