Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 28 16:15:45 EDT 1999 | J. Robotham
Dear Forum Members, Is their anyone who is familar with 1005 placement using a Fuji CP3 and a CP4-3 to perform at CP642 spec's? I have heard of a number of companies doing this. Are there any tech sheets or other site's that may have this procedur
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 29 01:57:49 EDT 1999 | KEVIN SIMPSON
| Dear Forum Members, | | Is their anyone who is familar with 1005 placement using a Fuji CP3 and a CP4-3 to perform at CP642 spec's? I have heard of a number of companies doing this. Are there any tech sheets or other site's that may have this pr
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 13 21:31:36 EDT 2005 | Thaqalain
So,1005/0402 and 1608/0603 are same components except last numbers are in inches. For 0402: L=.04"*25.4=1.016mm: W=.02"*25.4=0.5mm which was for component 1005 as per JIA. Am I correct?
Electronics Forum | Wed May 04 15:17:18 EDT 2005 | email@example.com
The Pananame for the thickness sensor is the line sensor.
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 18 20:13:27 EDT 2005 | Frank
Have you seen this mix up as well? 01005-inch (some people are simply saying 1005) components in metric are 0402-mm. And since 0402-inch is 1005-mm, it is a never ending circle of conversion confusions. We are using millimeters on the machines, bu
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 19 09:06:51 EDT 2005 | russ
1005 breaks down like this in mm. the "10" equals 1.0 mm, the "05" equals 0.5mm so, 1005. in inch conversion 1.0mm = .04", 0.5mm = .02" so 0402 (.04" x.02" = 1.0 x 0.5). Hope this helped.
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 25 03:45:07 EDT 2000 | pollycheng
Hello All, I heard much abt SMT bulk feeding for 0603CR, 1005CR on SMT machines. My question is there any manufacturer actually running mass production on bulk feeding (0603 & 1005CR)?? Any glitches?? Pls provide me with any info regarding bulk f
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 03 13:41:43 EST 2000 | pr
Is it o.k. to clean my glue stencils in the same IPA stencil cleaner I use for solder paste? Also if anyone with experience in stenciling glue can lead me away from first time pitfalls I would appreciate that as well. thanks in advance
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 03 14:08:55 EST 2000 | Michael Parker
Your best answer for determining cleaning method is to contact your stencil supplier and follow their recommendation. Periodic inspection of your apertures (using microscope, or minimum 10x magnification) would also be a good idea to make sure that g
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 09:32:57 EST 2000 | Dane Stokes
We use loctite to print with before begining testing on printing we asked loctite for the best cleaning solvent for there product. loctite had there own solvent that was designed to break down the propertys of their glue mix. Contact glue supplier an