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Building an AOI

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 25 17:38:23 EDT 2007 | SWAG

I'll sell you our fully functional 1997 OptiCheck for $9,999. It moves around and does all sorts of scanning-like impressive things with light.

Argon Tank for Plasma Treatment

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 06 10:26:55 EST 2017 | capse

I'm a Rep for Nordson March plasma system. Here is what we recommend for the ProVIA systems; O2 = 99.996%; N2 = 99.99%; Ar = 99.999%; H2 = 99.999%

Nitrogen supply for new solder wave spray fluxer.

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 12:22:29 EST 2023 | ccouture

we don't have a nitrogen generator installed yet. The solder wave supplier recommends 99.99%. we hare received several submissions for nitrogen generators that meet the requirements.

ERSA Selective Solder questions

Electronics Forum | Wed May 08 11:30:58 EDT 2013 | jaimebc

Stephen, We are now running with 99.999 N, New nozzles and our wave height has stabilized. I will look into the Apidic Acid to clean our nozzles. Thanks for the input. I am just amazed at the difference the nitrogen grade made to our process. Goin

Other Jet Printer besides MYCRONIC?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 10 16:55:29 EDT 2018 | wrander1

Hi, I am looking for a Solder jet supplier. Micronic does not support my small dot size LEADED solder paste. I can not use stencil print because my substrate is fragile. I need a run rate of 10,000 dots per hour and 99.99 % dots +- 10% volume. Equip

Accuracy of placement +/-100um @ 5 sigma

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 24 02:48:33 EST 2003 | Process Engineer

I am not sure where Frank got his numbers but here is what Sigma really means. 1 Sigma is one Standard Deviation, 2 Sigma is two Standard Deviations...(anyone take a Stats class in college?) I am not going to bore you with all the stat-mumbo-gumbo

Anybody can tell me log in password for Vitronic smr800

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 22 17:49:13 EST 2001 | davef

Sure. We use 9999 for our operator level security. We use a secret number [that we change periodically] for our next level of security, because we don't want people messing with our profiles. And we use an ever more secret number for our next leve

Nitrogen for Wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 07 13:37:56 EDT 2004 | mark

Not sure if this helps but found this site that outlines % of N2 against O2 ppm levels. You need 99.99% N2 purity for http://www.tkb-4u.com/articles/consumables/whatisnitrogen/whatisnitrogen.php Most customers we have worked with in the past run an

Nitrogen purity requirments

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 30 09:03:09 EDT 2006 | Frank

The manufacterer of our machine recommends 99.999%. At their presentation before we purchased the machine they showed an example of using different purity levels. When they whiched the supply to 99.99 and then to 99.95 you can visibly see the diffe

Bga failure

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 26 18:29:15 EDT 2006 | stepheniii

Profile, profile, and profile. If you can sacrifice a board, the best is to drill a small hole into the a ball from the other side of the board and insert a thermocouple there. I'm 99.99% certain you won't be able to sacrifice a board. (who can the

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