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smt prototype station

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 17 15:04:27 EST 2004 | russ

SMT assembly, First, you must utilize paste otherwise the parts will not stay put. Do you have any leaded devices such as QFPs or SOICs? Dispensing paste by hand is very difficult and time consuming for these types of parts. You can either dispense

i have to buy one NXT from Fuji What do you think???

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 15 04:00:11 EST 2004 | Base

Hi Serge, First of all: "i HAVE to buy"...? Sounds like someone is twisting your arm to buy a piece of iron you're not really enthousiastic about... But on a serious note: I've been comparing some machinery myself (also with Pana and Siemens) and I

i have to buy one NXT from Fuji What do you think???

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 16 03:39:00 EST 2004 | Base

Hi Rob, I can understand why you'r so passionate about your beloved Fuji's and judging by what I'm reading you have every reason to be. But also know this, (Fastek already pointed it out, but I'd like to emphasize it): a company's reputation, be it

Lead-Free SMD repair

Electronics Forum | Tue May 03 09:47:03 EDT 2005 | denismeloche

We sell rework stations for all kind of components and boards. The systems are designed to fit a particular size board and it's very difficult to design a one size fits all system. I personally have a lot of experience reworking high mass, high hea

wave solder machine

Electronics Forum | Mon May 16 18:03:30 EDT 2005 | davef

Key Issue: Will this machine solder your boards? You never know until you solder one. Any other avenues of analysis involve substantial risk. Flux Selection * High or low solids * VOC or VOC-free Solder Alloy * If using lead-free, avoid stainles

Opinions about AOI Machines

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 13 14:34:31 EST 2006 | pjc

The best way to compare is ask each machine company to bring their machine in for a demo. Since they are bench-top machines, they are easy to transport. Pick one of your boards for them to run. Don't send any board data ahead of time. When they come

does potato can absorbed the solder or lead

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 14 14:05:55 EDT 2006 | nodlac

Additional to Dave F.... A potato has Iron @ 2.75mg and Magnesium @ 55mg. The leaching of these two meatls could contaminate the solder pot and taint the solder. ----------------------- Additional to my additional..THE SOLDER POT POTATO BATTERY...A p

RoHS reflow ovens need more zones????

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 06 19:15:57 EST 2006 | Jerry Butters

The "marketing geniuses" of the world are now touting lead free ovens, lead free irons, and even lead free smocks, heel straps, and even G-Strings! Bottom line is - ya just gotta get it hotter, stupid! There's nothing "RoHS" about equipment besides

cold joint on 1 lead of IC

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 12 10:02:18 EST 2007 | rgduval

A little late to the party here, sorry... Has the joint been verified as a cold solder joint? That is, visually confirmed that it looks like cold solder, and, perhaps, xrayed to confirm the solder status? X-raying may sound a bit extreme, but you'

soldering robot

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 28 09:32:27 EDT 2007 | realchunks

Solder iron robots tend to miss solder joints from time to time. The wire feeder systems are the key to these machines. Most use the edge of the board for alignment is another reason they miss. If you have SMD close to the thru-hole, the robot may

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