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Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 01 08:14:06 EDT 2008 | cyber_wolf

Does anyone have one of these machines laying around that can be parted out ? I am looking for the rods that the edge chain sprockets ride on. (loading side)

0.4mm PCB Thickness - production issues

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 13 20:04:37 EDT 2006 | mika

Hi, We have a customer that want us to produce a single sided 0.4 x 100 x 50 mm size RoHS pcba approx 1000 of them. The board only contains three 2.54mm pitch Non P.I.P, SMT-connectors. We have never produced such a thin pcb:s before. We are thinkin

Reflow Oven Chain Lubrication

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 14 07:51:15 EDT 2002 | cyber_wolf

Mike, we use a product called Dow Corning 321 dryfilm lubricant. BTU reccomends it. You can find it in Mcmaster Carr for about 21.00 a can. Mcmaster PN is 1255K14. I reccomend pulling the chain off when you are lubricating it to avoid over-spray. Th

BTU profile

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 13 13:46:54 EDT 2002 | soupatech

Hello again.... I have been reading up on profiles and how to set them up for different results. I now have an upcomming job with some strict guidlines on reflow. I was wondering... if I were to email a pic of my desired profile could someone out the

Reflow Ovens

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 18 17:06:04 EDT 2005 | stepheniii

At one time I could show you the spacing of the chain of an electrovert but the burn marks have dissapeared. The center support chain would wrap around and jam up and with boards in the oven.............. On that one for some reason we bought it wit

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