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"Gap" in completed solder joint between lead and pad

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 01 10:18:10 EST 2006 | realchunks

You're right Hussman, I kinda missed the follow thru on that one! Sorry for any confusion on my part boys. Huss, you going to APEX this year? We missed ya last year. L.A. this year....boo!

Looking for feeder for Juki 730 L pick and place?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 14 09:27:35 EST 2013 | jgarver1

Hello, Here is a link to our website that shows our current Juki feeder inventory: http://www.ibesmt.com/SearchInventory.aspx?keywords=juki&searching=All

Looking for feeder for Juki 730 L pick and place?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 22 13:51:58 EST 2013 | smtequip

I have them new and used. Scott 310-713-2575 smtequip@gmail.com

cap size and copper thickness vs part size questions

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 08 05:00:23 EST 2005 | rlackey

Hi CW, Regarding orientation, yes, your diagram is right - see the following link for confirmation. http://search.murata.co.jp/Ceramy/image/img/A18X/C2EB3C.PDF Regarding information on bending strength you want to talk to your local Murata office

Re: Land patterns for 0612 and 0508 capacitors

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 30 21:23:55 EST 1999 | cklau

hello; When we are doing component land pattern design , one thing will always be in our mind; that is the basic criteria or common land pattern design guideline for reflow and flow solder assemblies. For basic fomula in calculating resistors are:

Re: Cleaning under, around, and through tight spaces

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 06 14:54:42 EST 1999 | Steve Gregory

Steve, So good to see you back, old boy! Where ya been???? Chrys Hi ya' Chrys! Oh, I've been around...just haven't had a whole lot of time like I used to. The place I'm working at now is a start-up (as you may know, I think I ment

Re: Cleaning under, around, and through tight spaces

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 05 20:29:32 EST 1999 | Steve Gregory

A question for you all! Back in the good old days, we didn't always know how clean was clean. Much has changed. Much hasn't. My question concerns cleaning under, through, and around tight spaces. Way back when, we could not clean under 20

Re: Cleaning under, around, and through tight spaces

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 06 09:55:22 EST 1999 | Chrys

A question for you all! Back in the good old days, we didn't always know how clean was clean. Much has changed. Much hasn't. My question concerns cleaning under, through, and around tight spaces. Way back when, we could not clea

Re: Cleaning under, around, and through tight spaces

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 12 17:24:27 EDT 1999 | Kevin Ham

A question for you all! Back in the good old days, we didn't always know how clean was clean. Much has changed. Much hasn't. My question concerns cleaning under, through, and around tight spaces. Way back when, we could not clea

Re: Cleaning under, around, and through tight spaces

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 06 04:51:16 EST 1999 | Earl Moon

A question for you all! Back in the good old days, we didn't always know how clean was clean. Much has changed. Much hasn't. My question concerns cleaning under, through, and around tight spaces. Way back when, we could not clea


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