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MVT GS-1 Service, Training and Support

Electronics Forum | Tue May 17 14:55:57 EDT 2005 | scotceltic

You can contact the sales guy Mike Dickey at 440-832-0822

No Clean stencil design

Electronics Forum | Mon May 15 15:42:29 EDT 2000 | Doug Smith

Can anyone tell me a recomended stencil apt. design for PBGA's and Ceramic BGA's when using a no clean (UP78) paste?

Re: No Clean stencil design

Electronics Forum | Mon May 15 19:59:45 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Doug: If the metal content of your NC paste is about 50% (by weight) there is no difference netween stencils for NC and other flux type pastes. And those are in the SMTnet archives. Good luck and happy searching Dave F

MVT GS1 Support

Electronics Forum | Tue May 17 14:58:47 EDT 2005 | scotceltic

Did you guys try CSA (Customer Service Associates). They are the support arm of Agilent. I know there are a couple of guys around still that are familiar with the GS-1's. Their phone number is 440-832-0822. Ask for Mike Dickey

Hardware Torque requirements

Electronics Forum | Mon May 14 08:41:11 EDT 2001 | jackofalltrades

Howdy, This subject may be a little off subject, but I have been looking for a source that can give me info for the recommended torque on hardware. What I would love to see, is a chart that can show me, for example a column for the screw size (SAE &

Epoxy Covered PCBAs Means to prevent hacking?

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 24 20:04:44 EDT 2003 | Michel Moninger

http://www.mgchemicals.com/products/832.html Loctite makes a version too, if I recall. Designed to be tamper evident, but yes, rework is a bear. We had similar results using one of Lord Chemical's urethane potting compounds. It was a filled black fi

Re: Can't identify a part

Electronics Forum | Thu May 25 17:41:29 EDT 2000 | John Thorup

Hello Jason Sorry that I can't be of much help as your part seems to be proprietary to a specific OEM manufacturer. I would guess that it is a Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator by the TCXO and the shape. This is basically a precision cryst

Upside down placement of a crystal oscillator is acceptable ?? As per IPC clause its define Rectangular or Square En

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 19 10:28:21 EDT 2016 | mrk

What kind of oscillator are you placing (Manufacturer part #)? I do not believe that oscillators fall under the "chip component" category. Even if they did, most all SMT oscillators that I have come into contact with have 1 sided terminations on the

Flat Plate

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 25 20:23:44 EDT 2002 | davef

Federal Specification GGG-P-463c "Granite Surface Plates" defines the three standard grades of tolerance for surface plates as follows: * AA - Laboratory Grade: For high precision operations in consistent temperature gauging rooms and metrology depa

Re: ESD floor paint/coating

Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 06 10:12:51 EST 2001 | Dave F

Vinyl ESD floor tiles are probably the most expensive approach to "permanent" flooring, about $8 a square installed. VPI and 3M are reputable suppliers. Let me digress on ESD floor "waxes", the earlier poster�s comments are well taken, but the bigge

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