Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 18 12:29:06 EST 2005 | procimprov
Is the a good, cheap automated way of labeling the trays that PCB's go on? We currently use masking tape with assembly and work order numbers but half the time we can't read the operators handwriting. We have looked into some label printers, but not
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 15 22:03:32 EDT 2006 | Frank
You are correct, the Hover Davis label feeder works on 'un-punched' flat carrier. Get a sample of your dots on the tape and send it to Hover Davis to see if their feeder will work for you. The Hover Davis feeder will peel the dot off of the tape so
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 13 15:35:14 EST 2007 | mulder0990
Our plant does not use an automated process, but I have done some research to the LPF Label Feeder by hover davis. It is for the Fuji IP, QP2, QP3, XP. Hope that will point you in some direction or get this thread started.
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 27 18:19:28 EDT 2009 | blnorman
We use paper labels with a protective coating to prevent browning during reflow. We've had no problems coating over these labels with our silicone. If your coating is not silicone, a Sharpie should print on the coating.