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Type of NEXLEV Connector

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 23 11:30:50 EDT 2005 | Haran

What are the types of Nexlev Connectors available?What are the differences between them.I will be running this component very soon.

Stencil Design

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 16 16:30:50 EDT 2008 | rayjr1491

Do you have any suggestions on what the area ratio should be for all PADS?

E-Mail Link Doesn't Work

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 17 09:30:50 EDT 2001 | davef

Don't forget that e-mail links in e-mails received via the SMTnet e-mail system don't work either.

Ion Contamination level allowed on Connectors

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 22 22:30:50 EDT 2004 | davef

We are aware of no such standard. You need to determine the acceptable level for your product in its use environment.

Stencil Tension

Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 24 20:12:05 EDT 2004 | Alex Yalung

Hi Everybody, Can someone help me regarding the stencil tension limit standard. We have now in our process 30 ~ 50 N/cm. Is that right? Thanks.


Electronics Forum | Tue May 03 09:30:50 EDT 2005 | BK

Go to Google Type Nanostar Select Logic Packaging-Nanostar In middle of page select SMT&2nd Level Relability of Nanostar You should find a 35 page PDF file that tells u everything. If not post your e-mail and I'll sent it to u


Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 28 14:30:50 EDT 2005 | james

We go manufactures specs as far as handling our paste, so we dont have too many variables.

Need Referbished Assembly Benches

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 09 07:59:13 EDT 2007 | amtpres

I know this isn'n exatly the right forum for this but does anyone have a suggestion where I could get 30-50 used or referbished PCB Assembly, Test, and QC benches similar to the Pro-Line products? I would appriciate any help you may offer.

Rollback the Lead-Free Initiative by Dr. Howard Johnson

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 07 16:30:50 EDT 2008 | realchunks

Until a billion dollar/euro machine falls from the sky from a single tin whisker and the rest of your fleet is grounded till they find out whats wrong with it. Not good for the goose but the wolves will be licking their leaded chops.

Fine Pitch Printing Issues

Electronics Forum | Thu May 20 16:30:50 EDT 2010 | mikesewell

I believe industry standard is 1/2 pitch for fine pitch devices. If your part is 20 mil pitch, apts would be 10 mil wide. This should gasket fine to the pcb pad and with a 5 mil stencil should print well.

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