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Self Tensioning Frames

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 29 10:13:20 EST 2020 | spoiltforchoice

> Spoilit... and Phil, it is your regular 29" > frame, but it is thinner - 13mm is what I > measured. For your vendor this is cheaper as they > give you less metal, so usually these have lower > price. I assume all stencil ve

Stencil buy off procedure

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 04 08:28:27 EDT 2001 | Cal

ZAM_BRI- I don't know how effective this may be but some points to include in the buy-off procedure: Before submitting the PO for the stencil you may also want to do a CAD to Stencil comparison to verify correct apertures.There are SW packages and co

Screen Printer

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 02 15:05:38 EDT 2011 | davef

A couple of points: * Just a nit, 'screens' fell in disuse 10-15 years ago. Old habits die slowly don't they? * Yes, DEK and MPM each hold about 50% of the solder paste printer market and about 4 or 5 others hold the rest. SOLDER PASTE PRINTER EQUI

A few more things

Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 25 04:34:09 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

No this message isn't about my triumphant return. It's not even about that lady I wanted to run away with to Mehico (who were you again). It's about progress and some of you might be interested, or not. 1) For DEKheads, I submit we had two of Britai

Re: Solder Paste from 500 gram tubes.

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 21 11:49:24 EDT 1999 | Deon Nungaray

I recently switched from solder paste in 500 gram jars to 500 gram tubes. I did this to try to limit the time the paste is exposed to the room environment. But we have a need to clean the stencil every 4 - 5 boards which means taking the bulk

Re: Solder Paste from 500 gram tubes.

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 21 10:05:22 EDT 1999 | Mark Quealy

I recently switched from solder paste in 500 gram jars to 500 gram tubes. I did this to try to limit the time the paste is exposed to the room environment. But we have a need to clean the stencil every 4 - 5 boards which means taking the bulk p

Re: Polyimide stencils

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 22 17:39:26 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

To all who will be potentially my salvation, I am currently researching Polyimide stencils for possible use and manufacture. If I may be indulged - with due reference to all past enquiries and notes on the subject - can anyone offer an up to d

Re: Alpha's Tetra Stencil System

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 14 03:54:32 EDT 1999 | Charles Stringer

We have been using Alpha Tetra/DEK Vector for the last 3 years. Prior to that we were using mesh on frame. We do about 15 job changes a day and our main runners are loaded about 4 times per week. In the three years we have been using the system we h

Re: Alpha's Tetra Stencil System

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 14 06:15:18 EDT 1999 | wayne sanita

We have been using Alpha Tetra/DEK Vector for the last 3 years. Prior to that we were using mesh on frame. We do about 15 job changes a day and our main runners are loaded about 4 times per week. In the three years we have been using the system

Re: Alpha's Tetra Stencil System

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 14 15:05:10 EDT 1999 | John Thorup

We have been using Alpha Tetra/DEK Vector for the last 3 years. Prior to that we were using mesh on frame. We do about 15 job changes a day and our main runners are loaded about 4 times per week. In the three years we have been using the sys


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