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Inspection and splicing

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 04 13:34:02 EDT 2007 | rgduval

I'd be happy to tell my customers that they need to provide more parts...the problem is, we specialize in short runs. So, if the customer pinches pennies, and only buys 50 pieces for 50 piece demand, I need to be able to deal with it. Hence, the

ESD Smocks and chairs

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 05 20:36:01 EDT 2007 | rfrog

LarryP, ESD smocks in combination with a wrist strap provide a path to ground for any charge potential. An operator wearing a smock while grounded will provide a path to ground for the chair. With an ESD chair you can have antistatic or static

RNETs and Lead Free

Electronics Forum | Wed May 07 15:36:04 EDT 2008 | llaerum

The 483 is what we use on all boards except on one where the 353 improved wetting on resistor packs. It worked much better since the parts are LF and this is the same flux AIM uses in their LF solder. Yes, it was recommended by AIM when we discussed

PCB Storage and FIFO

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 24 11:43:15 EDT 2008 | pgarsoe

I'm not sure this would solve your problem but Inovaxe has done a good job of solving MSD and inventory handling and control. They are also a sponsor of SMTnet...here is their SMTnet listing followed by thier web site for their carts... http://www.sm

GSM2 and FlexJet heads

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 18 18:52:29 EDT 2010 | edwaterfall01

There is a retrofit kit to take care of the head cable problem that you mention. The s/n with 7P in it represents what is called the 7 Plus level of the head. There was one more level after that (09) for the GSM. The better heads mentioned in the

Paste-in_hole and CTE

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 26 18:23:47 EDT 2000 | Gary

I have been following forum discussions here and eslewhere, attended technical sessions at APEX and have been experimenting with the paste-in-hole process on some of our new product. I have run into one problem I have never seen mentioned, that is a

Tape and Reel equipment

Electronics Forum | Mon May 15 13:55:00 EDT 2000 | Aldo

We are in the process of researching manual or low cost automatic Tape and Reel equipment. I have heard about V-tek and Systemation. I would appreciate if someone can tell me any problems or virtues of theses two brands that have been experienced. Al

tape and reel machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 24 15:20:27 EST 2000 | Chris McDonald

I have recently purchased a Tape and reel machine from V-Tech. We are using Presure Sensitive tape and we are not geting good results. Anything bigger that a SOIC14/16 gives us trouble. The cover tape will pull off on the feeder and we will lose part

Stencil cleanliness and inspection

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 07 15:37:32 EDT 2001 | Claude_Couture

Kerryn, It's the first time I hear someone who needs an automated inspection machine to check the cleanliness of stencils. Why not improve on the cleaning method itself. I use ultrasonic batch cleaner. It takes 3 minutes to clean a stencil, 2 minutes

Solder and flux

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 06 05:13:01 EST 2002 | Dreamsniper

Crystalline flux if it is really clear should not be a problem. We were using Amtech paste before and we have the same results. Sometimes we mistakenly see it as a dry joint because of the reflections from the lighting of our Metcal inspection system

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