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Re: Help with new placement equipment

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 16 00:18:35 EDT 1998 | Jim McCarten

I would not expect 30 microns to be good enough for flip chip. Maybe I have it wrong, but isn't that +/- 1.5 mils? With bumps on flip chip approaching 3 or 4 mils, I would stay away from a 30 micron machine! John, Why do not you consider t

Re: obective comparison between siplace and fuji pick and place equipment

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 10 18:35:18 EDT 1998 | phillip hunter

we currently have a siplace line(80s/f) and are inhereting a fuji line from another site. I need an objective comparison between the two. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the fuji with regard to programming, operating and maintenance. any c

Lost On An Island

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 18 18:26:58 EDT 1998 | Dave F

Say, you company wants you to set-up a new assembly line. You get: 1 $2 million for any equipment that you want to purchase and no idiot bosses second guessing your choices 2 New building with good parking and enviromental and ESD controls 3 Crack(e

Re: Lost On An Island

Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 20 17:56:42 EDT 1998 | Wayne Bracy

Say, you company wants you to set-up a new assembly line. You get: 1 $2 million for any equipment that you want to purchase and no idiot bosses second guessing your choices 2 New building with good parking and enviromental and ESD controls 3

Need info. on vib times for Siplace 80f4 Users

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 14 12:33:27 EDT 1998 | Justin Medernach

Hello, I have a Siplace 80f4 placement machine. I work in a prototype environment and the majority of my components arrive in stick format. I am having a heck of a time trying to get these vibratory feeders to work. If anyone is using this platfor

Re: Need info. on vib times FROM Siplace 80f4 Users

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 14 12:35:05 EDT 1998 | Justin

Hello, I have a Siplace 80f4 placement machine. I work in a prototype environment and the majority of my components arrive in stick format. I am having a heck of a time trying to get these vibratory feeders to work. If anyone is using this pla

Wave Solder Fixtures: Biting the dust FAST!

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 11 15:11:23 EDT 1998 | Dave Celestian

I am running composite fixtures on my wave solder machine and after about 500 passes each (1 month)they are showing serious signs of wear in that the composite surface is bubbling up and glass fibers are also starting to show. The problem here is t

Re: Wave Solder Fixtures: Biting the dust FAST!

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 14 09:09:10 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon

I am running composite fixtures on my wave solder machine and after about 500 passes each (1 month)they are showing serious signs of wear in that the composite surface is bubbling up and glass fibers are also starting to show. The problem here

Re: Wave Solder Fixtures: Biting the dust FAST!

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 11 15:26:15 EDT 1998 | Upinder Singh

Dave, What exactly is the material used for making the fixtures? Upinder ====================== I am running composite fixtures on my wave solder machine and after about 500 passes each (1 month)they are showing serious signs of wear in that the co

Re: BGA ball missing.

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 27 20:06:25 EDT 1998 | Kallol Chakraborty

Hi folks, Lately I am also having problem with BGA ball problem. We are finding more and more on X-ray analysis and is very expensive to replace. I know for sure that we could rework on CCGA but there is no certified process in industry as we speak


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