Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 31 21:42:10 EDT 2004 | davef
Here�s more than you wanted to know: * Loctite 315 http://www.loctite.lu/tds/315.PDF * Loctite 384 http://www.loctite.lu/tds/384.PDF [The difference between Loctitte 315 & 384???? It's "69"!!!! Haaaaaaaaaaaaa]
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 31 11:29:16 EDT 2004 | Danish
Do anyone know the difference between Loctite 315 and 384? What does it means by Repairable adhesive?
Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 26 12:17:02 EST 1998 | Dave F
| Any one know a good stencil vendor who can produce stencils below .002" foil with appetures at .004" on .008" pitch? AMTX use to be my vendor but they are closed down. | | Thanks, | | Chris Grendler | Chris: One source of e-formed stencils r
Electronics Forum | Thu May 13 16:25:38 EDT 2004 | pjc
Try contacting the very excellent applications engineer at Indium. His name is Dave Sbiroli, email@example.com or 800-446-3486 / 315-853-4900
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 26 10:11:08 EDT 2007 | morris
Bearwear Inc. Makes the wave solder weight bags you are searching for. Lewisville Texas 972-315-6457 http://www.webspawner.com/users/bearwear/
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 22 08:13:02 EST 2008 | davef
Try: * Grainger [www.grainger.com] * Mc Master-Carr [www.mcmaster.com] Use a blast gate like McMaster-Carr 1822K315 located on each port of the machine. These will help balance the air flow entrance to exit as well.
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 19 09:41:14 EST 2012 | dyoungquist
What is your solder pot temperature? We found that on a 0.093" multilayer board increasing the temp of the lead free solder from 300C to 315C helped with the barrel fill.
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 05 13:34:03 EDT 2016 | dphilbrick
Spoke the ladies here a couple years ago, they still will make them for you Bear Wear Inc. 1114 Spring Creek Lane Lewisville, Texas, 75067 USA Phone 972-315-6457
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 03 11:47:29 EST 2017 | lleonard
Is this for a Selective Solder? If so what size nozzle do you run. I run at 315 C most of the time. You can speed up your process time and still achieve good solder fill.
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 10 15:41:43 EST 2004 | davef
For standards: Electrostatic Discharge Association (ESDA); 315-339-6937; Fax: 315-339-6793; http://www.esda.org; firstname.lastname@example.org; 7900 Turin Road, Bldg 3, Rome, NY 13440-2069 You should build your ESD program around the requirements of ANSI/ESD S20.