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Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 29 17:52:41 EST 2003 | adlsmt

What kind of equipment do you have now to do the 1 off boards? Is there enough profit margin to process the 200 the same way? If not, there is not enough to justify new equipment and to outsource 200 pcs with 100% traceability requirements would

200 pin connector reflow

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 07 10:07:02 EST 2019 | charliedci

Requesting help from anyone with experience in reflowing Te Connect, PN 1565917-4, 200 pin connecter. Pic attached. Cannot get all 200 pins to wet, main suspect is slight PCB warping during reflow. Have adjusted reflow profile. A 2.75 inch long SMT c

MPM ULTRAPRINT/ SPEEDPRINT 200

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 31 16:59:30 EDT 2018 | menvox

I'm trying to give a second life to a MPM ULTRAPRINT / SPEEDPRINT 200, I'm searcing for a MINJO gear reductor with a ratio 21:1. If you have parts for this printer , or some user/ service files, please let me know.

200 pin connector reflow

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 08 05:40:54 EST 2019 | leeg

We place these on a few boards and have no issues with reflow or warpage. How thick is your PCB?

200 pin connector reflow

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 07 21:28:31 EST 2019 | sssamw

The connector is so long, and has big metal parts, it will be little deformed during reflow I guess, andthe pins planarity should be critical for 200 pins. Did you measure the non wetting pins profile to see if temperature ok? And maybe you can try u

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Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 23 06:58:38 EDT 2003 | chrissieneale

Help! We currently use out SMT for pretty much one-off's. we use BGA's and complex board designs and it looks good to say it's been SMT'd. We are now looking to take on a project (a one off project) that would move our production up from 1 to about 2

200 pin connector reflow

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 08 14:19:59 EST 2019 | dwl

You can try putting titanium stiffeners on the PCB to prevent it from warping. How thick is your stencil? More paste would give you a wider window however too much and you risk bridging. You could try over printing the pad at the heel and toe to get

200 pin connector reflow

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 08 14:45:12 EST 2019 | charliedci

Appreciate the input from everyone. The PCB is .062" thick. As a CM we are at the mercy of our customer at this point although (hopefully) they are receptive to advice on the next build. Titanium strips could be an option, I also thought there might

solder paste for 200 degs c continuous operation?

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 21 11:46:46 EDT 2012 | torch

thanks for the info :)

solder paste for 200 degs c continuous operation?

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 21 13:16:11 EDT 2012 | grahamcooper22

What solder alloy are you using at the moment which is coming to the end of its limits ? Normally in general for safe operation of an alloy we don't like to recommend any operation temp that is higher then two thirds of the solders melt point, but th

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