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Omniflow 7 conveyor

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 15 18:58:50 EST 2007 | leemeyer

Set the conveyor to run at 1 foot/minute and the conveyor moves 1 foot in 1:11. Set the conveyor to move 2 feet per minute and the conveyor moves 2 feet in 1:11. etc...

Re: What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 13:15:51 EDT 1999 | jseagle

I guess I wasn't too specific. We currently use 1,1,1 for spot cleaning and minimal rework of PCBs. If there is a lot of rework on a PCB we will use water soluble flux and wash it. This may turn out to be our only alternative, but I hate washing a

What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 22 11:55:55 EDT 1999 | jseagle

I am looking for some recommendations for a cleaner for rosin flux. James

Re: What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 23 14:13:48 EDT 1999 | Bill Schreiber

Dear James, What is your application? Are you cleaning PCBs, pallets, tooling, etc? Is the flux pre or post solder? Bill Schreiber | I am looking for some recommendations for a cleaner for rosin flux. | | James |

Re: What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 16:50:12 EDT 1999 | Bill Schreiber

If you were cleaning pallets, BTU air amplifiers or other tooling, I could provide some recomendations. However, we are not involved with the post solder cleaning of PCBs. Sorry. Regards, Bill Schreiber | I guess I wasn't too specific. We current

Re: What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 22 14:44:30 EDT 1999 | Scott McKee

| I am looking for some recommendations for a cleaner for rosin flux. | | James | Popular is an Organic Saponifier Cleaner from Alphametals, the name is 2110. Requires a 5%-7% mix ratio with DI water. IPA is also used but is getting on the "no n

lets see a show of hands

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 13 11:06:01 EDT 2003 | bremerg

I work for a avonics company and the decesion by the company is that we will move over to LF kicking and screaming. They did the same when I took the 1,1,1,Trichlorethene away due to government regulations. Be carefull when any governmental organiz

Re: How close can you put 0603 chip resistors together

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 26 20:04:23 EST 1998 | Dave F

| Hi, | | My question is how close can you place smd 0603 chip resistors to each other with having an assembly problem? | I know the pick and place machines don't need a lot of clearance, Iam more concerned about the court yard area around the com

Problem with a IP2 Machine Interface of FujiCam

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 09 13:26:08 EST 2000 | omar_verdugo

Somebody can help me with this problem.I already have installed the version of fujicam 1.2 but the machine interface that come with this don't work propertly this have a little problem with the rotation of theta is not the same with the theta assingn

Has anyone heard of a no clean paste that can be cleaned in straight DI water ?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 30 07:29:21 EST 2018 | charliedci

I believe the correct statement (I've been told) is "the process is no clean". The solder paste is "low residue". As a CM, in the past we had customers that insisted on a wash after soldering. We used DI water with a saponifier which had mixed result

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