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Ultra low cost pick & place?

Electronics Forum | Fri May 30 16:37:27 EDT 2008 | vms

With the price of gas at 4.00 or more, I'll take 2 of them mopeds! harry

Server Failure

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 15 12:35:22 EST 1999 | Clifford Peaslee

On Saturday morning, 4:00am, the server that runs SMTnet had failed. Our technicians could not obtain replacement parts until this morning. We apologize for any inconveniences that this has caused, and we are currently taking measures to better ensu

Product Manufacturing

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 03 11:21:54 EDT 2007 | areed

I might be able to help. I�ve been manufacturing in the irrigation industry for around 20 years. If your retailing for $20.00 your cost should really be around $4.00. If you would like We could discuss p.c.b. layout, enclosures, packaging, & marketi

Omniflow reflow blowers going bad ?

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 12 13:11:50 EDT 2007 | nitro

Usually the bearings lock up. I keep one spare blower on hand and change it out when I have one go bad, then take the bad one apart and change the bearings. The bearings are about $4.00 per set and are pretty common. Not too hard to find. I am using

Re: wave solder

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 13 08:51:37 EDT 2000 | Jason

ok now i have some more answers to questions. the 225F is the temperature as the pcb comes out of the last preheater before crossing the wave. the conveyor speed is anywhere from 3.65-4.00 should it be the same for all boards?? I am using superfl

Re: Y2K

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 04 00:06:22 EST 1999 | Chris G.

Have any of you tested or plan to test your machines for Y2K compliance. I would be interested in what you did or what you plan to do. Which machines? What parameters? It seems that it could be a career limiting move to test without getting

Re: Board Stress

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 20 14:21:54 EST 1999 | Dave F

I need some opinions (And I know everybody has one). I am mounting a board into a case, after mounting the board I am loading it with stress in the middle causing it to bend around .030 inch. The board is 4" X 6" and is Bending in the 4" dire

50 PPM

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 21 18:24:24 EDT 2002 | dragonslayr

surely, a big picture perspective is in order to keep from charging off, tilting at windmills and waning Quixotic. Just to tic ya off a bit more (come on now, smile), would those 2 boards in rework have just one defect each or are there multiple def

Handling PCB assy's

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 01 18:57:32 EST 2002 | slthomas

I guess I just don't see how it would benefit us any. We rarely remove a board from the conveyor unless it's coming out of an oven. And why would you put bare boards on a tray? Why not into a destacker that feeds your line, so only the edges of a

Don't understand the test results of an In-Circuit Tester

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 16 03:41:43 EST 2016 | Haizen

I need to extract data from a log file and sort the data in an Excel file. Details are as follows: - Log File is a measurement result produced by an In-Circuit Tester (no info. about it, no name, no type, nothing). - Measurement Result is from

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