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Re: Release difficult from thick stencil

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 24 15:05:31 EDT 2000 | Steve Thomas

Maybe someone has a good explanation for this, but I'm wondering why your customer would dictate the equipment you use in your process. I thought typically contracts define the quality standards and you decide how to get there....show's you what I k

Re: paste release from stencil - results

Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 27 10:16:38 EST 1999 | Steve Thomas

The new design resulted in much better release characteristics. We are quite satisfied. By the way, he says he can cut dead nuts 90 degree walls on the apertures, or traps. I didn't ask what the wall angle was, nor have I seen any recommendations,

Nub bying p&p, stencil printer and reflow.

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 15 11:15:14 EDT 2011 | wrongway

Hello all lets see you are wanting to place 60,000 parts a day make sure you derate the machines you are looking at to about half of what they claim and your change over will take some time as well we do several change overs each day up to six tim

Nub bying p&p, stencil printer and reflow.

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 18 10:07:19 EDT 2011 | wrongway

Hello Jebs we started out that way but the more handaling of the pcb the more problems you will have if you can do it in line and have the pcb's stop at some of the conveyors you can do some inspection. yes all of our machine's are in line now we lo

Re: Blood letting on stencil printer

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 13 16:26:26 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon

We suffered our first blood letting because of razor sharp edge clamps (DEK 265LT) and operator giving it the finger. While positioning magnetic tooling pins, one of our best slipped and really sliced off a part of his main digit. This will impac

Re: Avoiding Blood letting on stencil printer

Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 17 08:05:19 EST 2001 | caldon

TONY- I don't beleive the Craftsman called this posting in. Nurses are not supose to stick themselves with needles, Carpenters are not supose to get splinters, Electricians should never get shocked.....but in reallity it happens. Risk assesment is a

Printing paste through screen mesh versus stencil

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 05 19:45:33 EST 2004 | davef

Sure, here's one: Micro-Screen; 1106 S High St, South Bend, IN 46001; 574-232-4358 Fax: 574-234-7496; Cathy info@microscreen.org http://www.microscreen.org We list the following company in our notes, but have never used them: SEFAR AMERICA - MEC P

0402 pad and stencil aperture design

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 30 22:29:58 EDT 2008 | davef

For most applications, a nice square [or rectangle] pad works just fine. Assemblers ship boat loads of boards with these every day. It's reasonable for tight decoupling capacitor requirement applications to use round or radiused pads for components

Nub bying p&p, stencil printer and reflow.

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 13 13:40:27 EDT 2011 | jebs

Hi. the res/cap is mostly 805, solder paste will be led free and will only have a few fine pitch IC on each board. The boards will contain between 140 - 160 components and will run a production of 300 - 500 each day with only one or two different boa

Re: Avoiding Blood letting on stencil printer

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 14 05:32:24 EDT 1998 | Tony B

We suffered our first blood letting because of razor sharp edge clamps (DEK 265LT) and operator giving it the finger. While positioning magnetic tooling pins, one of our best slipped and really sliced off a part of his main digit. This will imp


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