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Baking requirement

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 20 02:28:59 EDT 2002 | Yngwie

Thanx Dave.

Baking requirement

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 11 12:02:18 EDT 2002 | yngwie

Thanx Dave..the doc are really informative. cheers...and have a nice weekend.

Baking requirement

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 17 11:37:01 EDT 2002 | davef

Stu Leech Altos Engineering sleechatixdotnetcom. Alternately, search the fine SMTnet Archives by company for Altos Engineering to obtain contact infomation. [Be careful. Glendale is not in 'Engineering'. It's in 'AZ'.] Ask Stu about Croc-Clamps

Baking requirement

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 11 14:20:29 EDT 2002 | sleech

We have just introduced a new drying process that operates at only 55 deg. C and has proven to be able to drive moisture from tape and reeled devices or compontents in shipping tubes as effectively or more effectively as a convection oven at 125 deg

Baking requirement

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 17 10:52:05 EDT 2002 | yngwie

Hi Stu Leech, I've been trying to contact you thru' your e-mail address but failed to get any response. I'm very interested to know details on the new drying process i.e. operates at only 55 deg, that you were talking about. Anyone with experience

Baking requirement

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 10 22:25:29 EDT 2002 | davef

BAKING MSD AT 5% You can bake at any RH% you�d like. The further you get from 5%, the longer it takes. Those guys in production are just bustin� ya. For background, look at: * http://www.seikausa.com/mcdrysmt.pdf * http://www.aecouncil.com/Papers

Baking requirement

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 10 11:55:58 EDT 2002 | Yngwie

Temp/Humidity requirement for baking normally specified at : Low Temp baking : 40 deg C at 5% RH High temp Baking: 125 Deg C at 5% RH. The problem here is the 5% ? Although the 5% is achievable with a special Oven, can someone explain why is it 5%

Adopting CIM Software

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 22 14:36:10 EST 2001 | aiscorp

Traditional client-server type CIM systems have required rather heavy IT support, and therefore many companies evaluating CIM systems are understandably concerned about the cost associated with this support. Recent technology advances have radically

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