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HELP! Need CSM Toolbox & CSM optimizer for CSM60 and CSM60V

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 28 08:22:21 EST 2002 | caldon


Samsung C60 Pick and Place

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 03 15:51:17 EST 2006 | TM

Sorry I meant CP60 Series

Need Help from someone with have system files for CSM60

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 04 21:20:50 EDT 2011 | jeffr

Is that Philips CSM60 ? (Old Yamaha machine)

Nordic aQFN73 stencil design

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 11 09:04:06 EDT 2018 | emeto

Try one aperture 60x60mil

HELP! Need CSM Toolbox & CSM optimizer for CSM60 and CSM60V

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 27 10:51:34 EST 2002 | rkey

Does somebody have a copy of the CSM Toolbox & CSM optimzer for the CSM60 and CSM60V. Lost my copy! And can't contact PHILIPS EMT because it doesn't exist anymore !! (www.emt.philips.com) Please help or maybe some other software package would do th


Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 02 13:53:19 EST 2019 | alexeyzb

Old GC-60D is risk of failure. So Juki is more easy for repairment. For example juki has one calibration jig for head with machine but for GC-60D head you need very expensive KIT (or you need to buy service).

Hazardous material classification question

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 26 11:10:36 EDT 2006 | slthomas

We're dealing with upcoming (Oct. 2008) requirements for secondary containment of hazardous material that are dependant upon volume. 20 gallons or 200 lbs. (dry). Our washer has a 60 gallon wash sump and a 35 gallon rinse sump. The challeng is how

SAC solder balls reflow with Sn/Pb paste - Voids Issue

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 16:12:09 EDT 2006 | Mario Scalzo, SMT CPE

* Try 1.5C / sec from RT to 165C * Hot soak at 165-175C for up to 2 minutes (I'd start with 60 seconds flat soak.) * 60-90 seconds TAL (I's start with 60) * 230-240C Peak. Thanks, Mario

Immerging the PCBA into IPA(temperature:60C) for 1 hr

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 20 14:24:16 EDT 2012 | davef

Not sure why you'd want to immerse an assembled board in 60-70*C IPA for an hour, but I doubt there is much published material on the topic * IPA is toxic * IPA is flammable at room temperature and heating IPA to 60-70*C only makes it more so * There

Parylene coating - spots defect around via holes & other flat surface

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 06 12:18:31 EDT 2016 | davef

Looks like moisture bubbling out of the board. I doubt that your baking at 60*C for a half hour is going to do very much to dewet the board. 60*C is warm to the touch, that's it!!! Water boils at 100*C. 60*C is the temperature of a cup of Dunkin. Cr

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