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Re: Avoiding Blood letting on stencil printer

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 14 08:27:26 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 i

Re: Avoiding Blood letting on stencil printer

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 14 15:33:48 EDT 1998 | Justin Medernach

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

Apply glue with a stainless stell stencil

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 12 10:33:31 EST 2000 | Francois Racine

First I'm a french people so excuse my bad english writing. I have a complete smt production line. First a screen printer DEK 240, a chip shooter PANASERT MVIIV, a multifonction machine MULTITRONIKS EP6000, a reflow oven at the end of the SMT line a

Re: Blood letting on stencil printer

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 13 12:58:18 EDT 1998 | Justin Medernach

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 impact

Nub bying p&p, stencil printer and reflow.

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 15 13:25:40 EDT 2011 | tsvetan

agree, if you have fine pitch components the placement rate will be much less of what you see in the catalogues as they quote 0805 components placemen rate. I have one year log for one of our machine which is quoted to be 6400 cps and for one year a

Re: Avoiding Blood letting on stencil printer

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 14 17:05:14 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 wi

Electroform stencil cost vs. value again other methods

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 20 16:36:41 EST 2002 | davef

Electroformed stencils cost about twice as much as other stencils, but they to have better paste release characteristics than laser cut stencils.

looking for cheap and useful solvent for ultrasonic stencil cleaner

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 01 22:59:00 EST 1999 | jackie hsieh

dear all: we use the HCFC,manufactored by 3M,for the ultrasonic stencil cleaner.but it's too expensive to us. I think is it possible to use no-volatility liquid for the ultrasonic stencil cleaner? or other solvent? thank for your help jackie hsieh

Electroform stencil cost vs. value again other methods

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 18 16:16:59 EST 2002 | Dick Van Belzen

We are trying to understand if there are proceeding or whitepapers which document the cost differential of the electroforming process for stencil vs. other methods. And what the related benefits are. Our center for advanced technology is trying to

I want join-ventur partner for stencil maker in Thai.

Electronics Forum | Sun Dec 08 23:40:19 EST 2002 | nonotalent

Hi all, We are currently having problems with > a laser-cut stencil that is electropolished and > nickel plated with 9-mil openings. The paste > does not release well from the apertures. We are > having to wipe after every print. The board is >


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