Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 30 13:00:14 EDT 2011 | scottp
I've been using a DEK Vectorguard frame for a couple months now and like it a lot. It uses air to clamp/unclamp the foil and both DEK Vectorguard and Alpha Metals Tetrabond foils fit the frame. Just about any decent stencil supplier sells Vectorgua
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 23 07:33:04 EST 2013 | aflex
It totally depends upon the configuration of both bare PCBs and assemble PCBs.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 31 02:11:41 EDT 2015 | buckcho
I would recommend either gridlock or machine's own support system. If you need I can refer you to a company, which can make you a custom gridlock, depending of course, where you is your company.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 11 18:28:38 EDT 2015 | r92024
Thanks, Rob... when it says on that eBay mechanism that it's "adjustable," it's the length... it's scored in increments, to snap off at the required length. So no help with this issue, unfortunately.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 28 10:55:27 EDT 2018 | dleeper
Yup same here. Tier one automotive supplier in north America. Funny thing is the design and pre production phase for automotive products can be 3 years or more. you'd think component vendors would have enough time to adapt.
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 20 15:25:26 EST 2019 | richardcargill
In our machinery, the pcmcia cards are simply Compact Flash cards in an adapter - not sure if this is always the case though
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 08 22:17:01 EST 2001 | davef
So much for the experts you asked for, Dreamer. Your project is fairly common. As an expample, there was a thread in the past month or two on SMTnet, where someone was looking for suppliers of "adapters". You should focus on: * Placing the adap
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 17 04:15:23 EDT 2003 | C Miller
The magnetic thing from the sot23 thread made me think of somthing from the past. Does anyone have any experience with vibrating boards during reflow? I know for a fact that if you vibrate a board during reflow it will alow the parts to "float" and