Flip-up PCB Rework Stencils
Flip-up PCB Rework Stencils Description:
Flip Up SMT Rework Stencils are laser cut solder paste stencils designed to replicate the intial manufacturing process albeit for a designated component or selected area. These laser cut mini stencils can either have flaps (to prevent neighboring areas from getting solder splashed on them as well as to hold them) or not have flaps. They are well-suited for a robust rework process.Shipment is 48 business hours from approval of checkplot.
These rework stencils with integral flaps are specifically designed for manually printing solder paste onto printed circuit boards in select areas.These flip up stencils get rolled back after printing in order to prevent the smearing of solder paste.
Mini stencils are laser cut stencils custom-made for your own printed circuit boards using your Gerber or CAD files. These mini solder paste stencils were specially designed for manual printing. Our stencils feature a money-back guarantee.
- High quality nickel-stainless PHD material (Much better release than std stainless stencils) means smoother aperture walls and cleaner release characteristics
- Clean Laser-Cut Apertures
- Excellent Print Performance
Included with the stencil is a handle which allows for rework technician to hold the stencil steady while printing. Squeegees are ordered seperately.
At soldertools.net we supply numerous types of metal stencils including framed, frameless and prototype stencils. We show first timers how to print here or you can see our "how to" video here. We use modern, high precision lasers to cut the finest of apertures. Our metal stencils are designed using your exact criteria with our SMT engineers providing guidance on how the stencil needs to be designed for optimal performance and release characteristics. So, if you need a reliable service provider of stencils, with many years of experience in processing boards and performing rework, then chose BEST!
Flip-up PCB Rework Stencils was added in Apr 2015
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