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Splicing tape for 8,12, and 16mm component tapes

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 03 21:35:25 EDT 1998 | Mike H

Looking for vendors of splicing tape for 8,12 and 16mm tape and reel. Any net sources?

Re: Splicing tape for 8,12, and 16mm component tapes/How 'Bout Carrier Tapes?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 04 10:00:11 EDT 1998 | Dave F

Looking for vendors of splicing tape for 8,12 and 16mm tape and reel. Any net sources? If you can use carrier (cover) tapes go see "Igmar Grewar 16:04:32 5/28/98" on SMTNet. Dave F

Re: Splicing tape for 8,12, and 16mm component tapes

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 04 11:13:39 EDT 1998 | Justin Medernach

Looking for vendors of splicing tape for 8,12 and 16mm tape and reel. Any net sources? Mike, Give Siemens a call. They have a decent little system. It's comprised of thin metal fasteners that hold the carrier tape together via the holes, a crim

Re: Splicing tape for 8,12, and 16mm component tapes

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 05 08:38:22 EDT 1998 | Eric Klaver

The Tesa company delivers Splice Tape for 8mm, 12mm and 16mm. Also special splice tape for 8mm paper tape and some splice tools as well. Siemens uses for large tape a 'staple' but might be patented and then cannot be used outside Siemens. (Staples

Re: Splicing tape for 8,12, and 16mm component tapes/How 'Bout Carrier Tapes?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 04 10:17:09 EDT 1998 | Eric Jenkins

Looking for vendors of splicing tape for 8,12 and 16mm tape and reel. Any net sources? If you can use carrier (cover) tapes go see "Igmar Grewar 16:04:32 5/28/98" on SMTNet. Dave F It is very difficult to splice carrier tape, we have tried

Heller Ovens

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 20 13:52:43 EDT 1998 | John

Does anyone have experience with the Heller 1088 Series ovens?? I am interested in their performance when used to reflow cards sized from 2"*4" up to 8"*12" All reflowed parts would be 0608 up in size and nothing like BGA's or pine pitch will be us

feeder pitch

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 14 14:46:42 EST 2005 | russ

We use Samsung and our 24mm feeders have 8,12,16,and 20mm pitch settings. I have found 20mm pitch quite common. My favorite is yhe 12 on 12 our feeders don't support that, we have to put them up on 16mm feeders our cycle them 3 times on a 4mm pitch

feeder pitch

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 14 17:36:37 EST 2005 | griinder

WE ARE USING MIRAE MX240. ON THIS MACHINE, THE FEEDER ADVANCE AND THE FEEDER PITCH IS CONTROLLED BY THE MACHINE/SOFTWARE AS OPPOSED TO THE FEEDER ITSELF. OUR SELECTIONS FOR 24MM FDDERS ARE 4,8,12, 16, AND 24MM.I WAS WONDERING IF THE 20MM PITCH WAS UN

Pb-Free Wave Solder Advice

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 25 12:38:23 EDT 2006 | russ

Cost will first and foremost be your deciding factor here. Cant go wrong with Electrovert or Soltec. TD has some decent stuff. As far as beoing comaptible, most all mfgrs are now making only pbfree comapatible. it seems to cost about $8 - 12k to

Small scale reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 15 10:01:33 EDT 2019 | kylehunter

Gotcha. Yeah, it has 8 heads. I think I'm going to go with it, seems like people like it more than the 2060. The package I'm getting comes with the following feeders: -15 CL8x2's -40 CL8x4's -8 12MM -4 24MM -2 Tray Holders

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