Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 12 12:16:25 EDT 2019 | SMTA-Martial
Hi, We are using a 15mils to 5 mils step stencil with a metal blade. The 15mils area the surface is smooth and polish and in the 5mils area the surface is rough and porous because of the laser process. In the 5 mils area where there is no aperture t
Electronics Forum | Mon May 10 11:38:22 EDT 2010 | smt_guy
This is not for a BGA.
Electronics Forum | Mon May 10 17:07:45 EDT 2010 | pjc
Check out these guys: http://www.ysctech.com/
Electronics Forum | Mon May 10 17:18:27 EDT 2010 | hegemon
Could you be looking for an endoscope with a 10 mil O.D? Not aware of anything that small. Am I reading you correctly? You are trying to peer into a 5 or 10 mil opening to see what's happenning inside of something? 'hege
Electronics Forum | Fri May 07 17:12:53 EDT 2010 | hegemon
Is this gap by any chance under a device, like a BGA or LGA? There are several scopes for that type of inspection, if that is what you are describing.
Electronics Forum | Tue May 11 13:39:08 EDT 2010 | smt_guy
yes sir you are right. at least 10 mil diameter endoscope. thanks and regards
Electronics Forum | Wed May 12 16:27:59 EDT 2010 | mikesewell
http://zibracorp.com/milliscope%20II.html .4mm (.015") endoscope still too big? Regards, Mike
Electronics Forum | Mon May 24 19:40:17 EDT 2010 | smt_guy
thank you very much guys for those info...I found one and the smallest is 25mils
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 19 13:47:45 EDT 2019 | emeto
Forget about a stencil here. The only solution I have for you is to dispense this paste. There are some super cool Jet printers out there that will do the job.
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 23 01:40:14 EDT 2019 | sssamw
Such huge difference between low and high thickness will definitely cause paste accumulation on the squeegee side. Normally is 2 mil max difference.Yes, dispense maybe help for thicker paste or print two times.