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Stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 14 21:49:42 EDT 2006 | davef

Bryan: * Most of our stencils are made from stainless steel that is held by a aluminum frame, attached with epoxy with a fiber glass intermediary between the frame and the stencil. * We use stencils to print either glue [thermoset epoxy] or solder pa

stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 01 15:28:09 EST 2002 | Kevin Ham

Bayanbaru, We provide a process that is very effective and cost compeditive. feel free to contact me.

stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 01 20:25:48 EST 2002 | davef

Stop!!! Whoa!!! Time-aut You have equipment like "Siemens 80S & 80F, Sanyo TCM 3000 and GSM" and you're not going to convince people to clean the ever lovin' bejuice out of your stencils? You're thinking handy-wipes are going to get it done? Wha

Stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 14 21:56:07 EDT 2006 | davef

Stencils should be cleaned frequently enough to ensure total removal of any bottom side residues, but not so infrequently as to allow the same residues to dry or cake on, making their removal much more difficult. Look here: http://www.smtnet.com//fo

cleaning PCB's

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 10 20:39:06 EST 2006 | aqueous

Of course there are solvents which are less harmful to the environment than others. The operative phrase is �less harmful�. As a rule, water-based chemistries are �greener� than solvents. There are some solvent blends designed for aqueous-based eq

stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 11 19:12:11 EDT 2002 | djarvis

Sorry fellas -disagree. We only clean our stencils in the ultrasonic machine at the end of the run. If the same pcb is up the next day we clean them by hand. We use Electrolube SSS and the used rolls from the in line under stencil cleaner. Wipe the

Squeegee cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 06 09:29:31 EST 2000 | Kris W

Happy Holidays to all! Has anyone seen or heard of an automatic cleaner for squeegee blades and holders? I searched the archives and found nothing! I simply don't want to tie up the stencil cleaners with squeegees! thanks, Kris

stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 21 06:23:29 EST 2001 | dbrown

We are using a Sabre Max 757, supplied by Invicta UK - see http://www.invictauk.com along with Zestron SD 300. Perfect combo for paste, glue, ink etc etc

stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 02 22:54:51 EST 2002 | davef

Mike, I know that. I wanted to be talking to Bayanbaru. Plus, I know you have no placement machines. You use ultrasonic plastic welders and screwdrivers. Dave

stencil cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 10 10:32:40 EDT 2002 | cirtek

Send me your email address, and I'll send you back a couple of practical solutions. And I'm not selling anything. Robert

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