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Thru-hole Moisture sensitivity

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 11 11:15:45 EDT 2000 | Rich Ziebell

Is there any connection with mositure sensitive components and thru-hole devices? All of my research material directs me toward Surface Mount devices.

PCB Depanelizers

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 28 19:28:04 EDT 2001 | rmerk

We are currently using both CAB (Hektor) and FKN (N100)depanelizers. We have a customer that has round PCB's and the only depanelizers that I have found that will work is the FKN N200. Does anyone know of any other manufacturers or solutions for roun

PCB Depanelizers

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 07 18:37:40 EDT 2001 | Jeff Price

You might want to go and look at PMJ Automation they sell routers from enter level to advanced. They have a TR-700 that is very reasonable priced. http://www.pmjautomec.fi/products_2001.html

PCB Depanelizers

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 28 21:31:18 EDT 2001 | davef

Those pizza cutters just have a tough time with edges other than straight, don't they? [HEY, they don't cut it!!! Haaaa!!!!] Consider either routing or singulation as an alternative. Look here: http://www.smtnet.com//forums/index.cfm?fuseaction=

PCB Depanelizers

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 29 11:09:01 EDT 2001 | rmerk

Dave, We are using tab nibblers right now, but they have a hard time with round boards. FKN has a model(N200) that shears the tabs off. The cost is fairly low(3K). I just wanted to know if there are any other brands out there that might work on rou

PCB Depanelizers

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 05 22:02:42 EDT 2001 | SR Evers

http://www.pioneerdie.com/html/Depaneling.htm Use the link above, Pioneer Die and Trim makes a nifty range of depanelling systems that can hold a patented dedicated PCB trimming die. The process is unique and provides a very strees-free environment

PCB Depanelizers

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 07 09:10:35 EDT 2001 | Hussman

SR Evers is correct. Use a press. I used to design em for some jobs I ran many years ago. The biggest thing to look out for is stress points. These presses work great if the board is designed for it. If not, check components after this process!

PCB Depanelizers

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 30 21:57:02 EDT 2001 | davef

We don't use fussy things like that to remove mouse-bite tabs when they are not designed to be removed. Just cut away the majority of the waste using sheet metal shears. Then burr the remainder and the rough parts with a Sears wood router [bought a

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