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Re: pre-heat settings for wave solder - an answer to Gary's ? - Hi C.K. (Mini K)!

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 23 12:32:20 EDT 2000 | Super K (Evil K)

To answer Gary's question: Gary, you will need a production board, thermal profiler, flux vendors product data sheet on the flux you intend to use, maybe your wave vendor service engineer or wave solder vendor contact (unless you know your wave) and

Re: Wave Solder balls

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 03 16:28:21 EST 1998 | Dave F

Well my process is I'm running my belt speed at 3.50fpm and about 215 to 225 degrees top side. I got my main wave down to a little less than half the board thickness. I'm not using a hot air knife cause we thought it might create more of a problem

Re: Solder mask materials and equitements wanted

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 29 08:43:35 EDT 1998 | Dave F

Hi, Friends, Could you please recommend me some solder mask materials and equitements for high quality solder mask? Details such as company name, phone numer et al are welcomed. Thanks! Have a good day Xingsheng Xingsheng: Consider the follo

Re: Placement machine component management

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 02 11:41:26 EST 1998 | Scott Cook

Hello, We are currently trying to design and ultimately implement a system that will be able to count and manage component placement for three Sanyo chipshooters on three SMT lines. As the number of components decreases in the reels we want to

GSM2 spindles Not seen for head

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 29 09:39:02 EDT 2015 | rgduval

Hey, David, For service, check out 4TechUSA over in Detroit. It's not Chicago, but, you're closer to Detroit up there than I am down here in Houston :) For your issue....do you have access to the UIC Knowledge Base? The first issue I found in the

Re: Hot Air Knife

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 13 14:41:22 EST 2000 | Boca

By Hot Air Knife I assume (leave it alone Dave F.) that you mean a debridging knife located at the exit end of a wave solder machine. Russ is right, they are not a good substitute for a good process, but once the process (w/o HAK) is developed, it

Re: Hot Air Knife

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 13 14:45:01 EST 2000 | Boca

By Hot Air Knife I assume (leave it alone Dave F.) that you mean a debridging knife located at the exit end of a wave solder machine. Russ is right, they are not a good substitute for a good process, but once the process (w/o HAK) is developed, it

Stencil printers, what's really out there?

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 22 13:58:15 EST 2000 | Steve Thomas

I'm looking at stencil printers, particularly those that can produce good repeatable prints on finepitch boards with minimal setup and training. I would love to find a printer that does auto x-y-theta alignment (would like a system that aligns sten

Re: Screen printer, MPM or DEK

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 14 15:14:54 EST 2000 | dean

Dek 248 / 249 (mfg'95) MPM 2000 Realignment? Are you having to insert print offsets (X.Y, theta)? If yes, your vision cubes are out of alignment. This typically happens if a "crash" occures. A "C" tool can correct this. Or are we talking abou

Re: SMT Programming - Parts Database set-up for contract manufacturer

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 10 07:13:06 EST 2000 | JAX

Doug, If you are looking to reduce the size of your database you have many options. You can use the Jedec outline or Jedec name to standardize your component library. Otherwise you can set one up specific to the dimensional info you measure. If you


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