Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 17 01:49:51 EDT 2018 | buckcho
Traceability can be made for many things. It is up to the factory and what it wants to implement. You can have traceability on the stencil for a several reasons: 1. Want to check stencil cycles 2. Want to verify if stencil is the correct one loaded 3
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 16 20:17:13 EST 1999 | Chris G.
Are stencils universal from one printer to another? We are looking into the possibility of going from Solderprint 1414 manual printer to a more automated printer. We are also considering bringing some boards we currently outsource in house. I w
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 16 09:23:26 EST 2001 | P.Gerits
Hello, Standard way to calculate stencil design can be done as follows: A normal ratio of aperture width/stencil thickness = 1.5 for pitches below 650u A normal ratio of stencil aperture width against pad width = 0.8-0.9 (or stencil aperture 10%-20