Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 07 08:18:19 EDT 2006 | Rob
Hi Pavel, Great machines - very good for high volume - we did a lot of OEM overflow work and for fault finding & speed it kicked the other more expensive machines into touch. However... Programming is a lot slower initially than some of the othe
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 01 11:57:55 EDT 2001 | mparker
It's amazing the eclectic applications that Silly Putty works for, what the heck, give it a shot! One question, seriously, what are the QFP dimensions? x, y, z? can you stand for the injected material to flow past the leads?
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 01 12:34:12 EDT 2001 | JohnW
The material has to be injected from beneath the component, it's a 240 pin QFP, ideally I wouldn't want the material gong past teh leads as I have to have the option to rework the thing if, perish the thought, it fail's and need's fixed.....
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 14 10:27:30 EDT 2000 | Mark S
.... an 18-20 week lead-time is why we're doing this. Ideally I'd prefer to form them into gull-wing (except we'd have to do it by hand and that'd be difficult to control), but it's a hell of a lot quicker and more consistent just to run them throug
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 03 19:03:32 EDT 2001 | seand
Hello John, What is the key reason requiring that this unknown material be injected from below vs. dispensed prior to placement. Is it an issue with reflow temperatures, effect on placement/thermal expansion? Is this a true requirement or specul