Electronics Forum | Wed May 24 11:07:24 EDT 2000 | Travis Slaughter
Use a low wattage resistor. It doesn�t take much to dissipate static electricity, but in a emergency hopefully the resistor could act like a fuse, burn up and go open before anyone gets zapped too bad.
Electronics Forum | Mon May 15 10:46:51 EDT 2000 | PhilB
You should also consider intrusive reflow (aka pin in hole relow� but be aware of the thermal possibilities of your through hole components and ask support from a stencil supplier that has done this before. Hope this helps, Phil
Electronics Forum | Fri May 05 14:44:35 EDT 2000 | Kal Chakraborty.
Hi Ashok, Is there any rework process on those assembl./PWB ..if yes --what kind of tools are your operators using now ...brush? spudger? cloths (is it lint free?) ect. I hope you are not talking about nodules in the hole barrel. Regards Kc.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 20 12:51:52 EDT 2000 | Robert Patrick
I read your query and reccommend that you take a look at using Infra-red heating technology. I just joined PDR systems and feel that the PDR Technology is appropriate for what you are trying to accomplish. Hope this helps !!
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 29 23:16:26 EST 2000 | cklau
Hello there; Please pls try & contact the graphicode company and ask for GC-place demonstration program Disk. Using this program U can generate the XY centroids using Centroids Data extraction command . Hope this help.