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Batch Cleaners

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 19 21:19:58 EDT 2007 | rfrog

I wasn't fond of the help ticket approach to tech support that Aqueous Tech. uses. Our buyer reports a lot of "communication issues" (as they don't seem to be very responsive). I could burn Unit Design until they call in the fire trucks. I'll j

GSM Calibration Error code 6

Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 22 02:14:08 EDT 2007 | mika

Another thing to make sure of and the vision calibration system will fail if this is out of range: Use a magnet foot stand micrometer and measure the spindle run outs. First remove the nozzles and nozzle adapters, then put the adjustable tip (I dont

AOI for solder inspection

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 29 21:16:15 EDT 2009 | mah115

Fellows, We are considering getting an AOI machine to inspect boards that our vendors are giving us (we outsource the assembly of PCBAs). We have low volumes of boards, but every time a defect does slip by our human inspectors, it causes a lot of

Re: Product Segmentation in Pick Place Machines?

Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 11 13:44:48 EDT 1999 | Dean

| Okay guys (and my fellow lady lurkers), I am trying to determine WHAT the segmentation is for the products in the pick and place industry. | | For example, I know in screen/stencil printing, there are manuals, there are semi-automatics, mid- and h

Re: Product Segmentation in Pick Place Machines?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 13 10:55:44 EDT 1999 | K3 Equipment

| Okay guys (and my fellow lady lurkers), I am trying to determine WHAT the segmentation is for the products in the pick and place industry. | | For example, I know in screen/stencil printing, there are manuals, there are semi-automatics, mid- and h

Re: Product Segmentation in Pick Place Machines?

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 10 15:40:30 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

| Okay guys (and my fellow lady lurkers), I am trying to determine WHAT the segmentation is for the products in the pick and place industry. | | For example, I know in screen/stencil printing, there are manuals, there are semi-automatics, mid- and h

Re: Intrusive reflow..from the bottom..????

Electronics Forum | Fri May 21 04:03:46 EDT 1999 | Joe Manzur

John, Were doing an intrusive reflow process on a single sided board, where all the conventional parts are on the "top" of the board. Due to the nature of the board, and the kind of componets on it, we couldn't wave solder it. To keep it contai

Re: Warning! Somebody is sending virus files!

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 14 09:33:34 EST 1999 | Wayne B

Thanks Steve: Think I got the same email from "Evergreen PCB" I deleted it without thinking. maybe a good thing. Wayne | Good morning fellow SMTnetters, | | Upon opening my email this morning, I had two emails from the following email addre

Linux Platform Vs Win NT/98

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 05 22:17:16 EDT 2001 | mugen

Hi mates, fellows of the SMT community, Anyone used before, a (SMT) P&P m/c, operating on Linux platform, as its O.S ??? We are reviewing a P&P m/c of european origins, and I must say, all of us are rather impressed with the creative, application o

Rectangular uBGAs with 1 raised edge after reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 05 14:51:47 EDT 2001 | gdstanton

Well, it appears after running both a bare and populated PWB we were seeing flux exhaustion on the uBGA. The problem apparently resulted by a recent maintenance effort where the air blowers in the reflow oven were replaced. The blower replacement m


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