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Flip Chip Flux

Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 28 15:25:28 EST 2001 | Kelvin

Dear Chris, I suppose that you may contact Alpha Metals or Cookson Semiconductor guys. They offer several types of no-clean flux for flip chip application. I hope it would not be too late. Kelvin

Re: AT Expo Rosemont

Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 08 20:46:52 EDT 2000 | Roland

Thanks to all for your input! By distributing literature at the show we hoped to increase the membership of your community and bring in as many electronics manufacturing professionals as possible to mutually benefit through information sharing. Any

Re: Solder Paste Glove ... Bend Over And Cough

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 01 04:21:44 EDT 2000 | G. English

We use a single use, vinyl glove. It is supplied by Ansell Edmont Industrial, it's called 'Duratouch Stretch II' Hope this helps.

Re: solder balling

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 09 04:16:25 EDT 2000 | Jarno Py�ri�

And little more... If you use chip components, then that 80% from pads is good stencils apertures size. But if you use fine pitch components, example QFP, then you can use apertures, 90% from pads. I hoping that you understand something abou

Rework station evaluation

Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 29 08:47:09 EDT 2000 | lh_zeng

Hi guys, Did any one do evaluation between SRT summit 1100 and Freedom HGR2000 rework station? Hope I can share some experience about advantage and defect of these two product.

Re: Glue Head

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 26 11:07:17 EDT 2000 | John Thorup

yeah, stands to reason it wouldn't be that simple. The latter seems to be the case with the common theme being "arbitrary". Have a look at the link below. I hope it helps. John Thorup

Re: Measuring Board Deflection

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 20 20:39:02 EDT 2000 | craig

It's called a strain gauge with data manipulation software. They are used for load cells and the like. Hope that helps.

Re: Adhesive Stencils

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 11 11:30:34 EDT 2000 | genglish

Dave, the material in question is Acetal. I believe it is anti static. Should there be any charge built up then (hopefully) the charge is dissipated through the frame in which it is housed within the printer. It is an established process within our c

Re: Cycle Alarm X-reach on CP6

Electronics Forum | Sun Jul 09 03:05:14 EDT 2000 | Ben

Hi Hermie, Did you perform a Servo-zero-adjustment and Gain calibration on the amplifier after replaced it ? This is necessary fine turning when replacing the amplifier. You had better ask Fuji service center for the procedure. Hope this help you.

Re: Permanent Marking Ink for ID# on PCB while circuit board is being built on Flowline

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 03 17:12:49 EDT 2000 | Ramon I Garcia C

Hi!!! I think, you should visit www.enthone.com this it's the internet place of an inks company named Polyclad Technologies. I hope this information can help you...

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