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DEK 265 to DEK Horizon 2 question

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 17 09:17:49 EST 2020 | sumote

Hello all. We recently purchased a DEK Hroizon to replace our aging 265 machine. The 265 had an auto-loading stencil setting known as a "Distance To Image" where it would place the stencil directly over the board. The Horizon 2 has no such feature.

Re: Farewell to fellow old-timers and up-and-comers alike

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 07:24:36 EST 2000 | Wayne Bracy

Scott Wish we could all quite showing our age and just enjoy the SMTNet. Most of us enjoy reading the responses and at times responding to issues that are important to all of us. Technical information is so important to all of us. Most of the Old

Lead Contamination....Coplanarity???

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 09 13:07:01 EST 2000 | Jeff Woodruff

I have seen an issue that escapes our ICT and functional testing or operates in an intermitent fashion. The lead is slightly separated from the PCB with a fully formed solder joint behind it at the heel an toe. The joint apears to have started to tra

Re: Video monitor

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 10 17:24:18 EST 2001 | John Thorup

Hello Claude Its likely, by the DB9 and the age, that this is an EGA monitor. This is a a predecessor to today's VGA. A few ideas: TV store or monitor repair facility to fix the old one. Outside of the CRT or flyback transformer they are generally

Re: Determining value of used SMT equipment

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 03 08:27:11 EST 2000 | CAL

1) You also may want to contact your OEM to see if there is interest in purchasing the equipment. You did not state the age or condition of your equipment but the OEM's are buying back machines and refurbishing them for resale. The long lead times OE

Re: IPC Component ID

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 29 04:34:14 EST 2000 | Marc

Micheal: Correct me if I am mistaken, but I think you have stumbled onto the age old battle between metric and imperial representations of component packaging. I have to deal with this every day as my machines are metric and the designers use imperia

Re: Farewell to fellow old-timers and up-and-comers alike

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 07:24:36 EST 2000 | Wayne Bracy

Scott Wish we could all quite showing our age and just enjoy the SMTNet. Most of us enjoy reading the responses and at times responding to issues that are important to all of us. Technical information is so important to all of us. Most of the Old

Non-wetting on 0402 chips capacitors

Electronics Forum | Wed May 09 15:15:52 EDT 2001 | caldon

Your process needs some refining. How long did it take to wet? How much force did it take to break the surface tension? What type of solder was in the solder pot? What type of flux was used? What was the pot temperature? Did you take a cap and p

Printing problem MPM AP25

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 03 16:46:59 EDT 2001 | davef

It's OK to have a thin film or haze of paste left on the stencil. Printing nice bricks of paste is the important thing. Assuming you know these things, so tell us more about your situation. PRINT QUALITY: What do your paste deposits look like?

Re: Flux evaporation....???

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 21 11:32:15 EDT 1999 | John Thorup

Larry Elaborating on the specific question, yes, the volatile solvents in the flux can and will evaporate. Evaporate completely in any reasonable amount of time? Probably not. What tends to happen is that the exposed paste dries on the surface and


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