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squeegee angle

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 02 14:18:41 EST 1999 | Tony A

Anyone knows what is the optimum squeegee angle for screen printers.

wave soldering conveyor angle

Electronics Forum | Wed May 12 09:57:32 EDT 2004 | loz

Can you advise why the angle would need to be larger for LF process? Thanks loz

wave soldering conveyor angle

Electronics Forum | Sun May 09 06:34:53 EDT 2004 | alex

i want to know that friends what is the angle of conveyor in wave soldering machine to get good soldering , can we adjust angle

Re: squeegee angle

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 02 22:01:19 EST 1999 | Dean

Anyone knows what is the optimum squeegee angle for screen printers. 45 Degrees. The forward velocity creates a downward pressure equal to the vector pressure (equalibrium). This is commonly known as paste "rolling action". Too obtuse an an

AOI side angle cameras

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 13 05:54:39 EDT 2009 | rway

Hello all, We are looking to purchase another AOI system with side angle cameras. Currently we are using a YesTech M1 system that has only a top-down camera (it can't be upgraded with side cameras). Does anyone have experience with YesTech F1 sys

wave soldering conveyor angle

Electronics Forum | Mon May 10 07:53:30 EDT 2004 | pjc

most machines have fixed angle of 6 deg. some are adjustable from 5 - 7 deg., but 6 is most popular.

wave soldering conveyor angle

Electronics Forum | Mon May 10 20:16:02 EDT 2004 | wdlau

it can adjusted per the machine and your boards, Not a fix for every board, also if you are talking about the LF wave soldering process, it should be moved to largr angle compared to the tranditional sn/pb soldering

AOI side angle cameras

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 23 13:10:29 EDT 2009 | sys_steven

Remember as well, the Mirtec machines have laser technology being used to check for coplanarity/lifted lead issues. Having this capability will reduce false calls in most circumstances.

AOI side angle cameras

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 24 05:55:33 EDT 2009 | rway

Thanks everyone for your replies. We have decide to stay with the M1 system (top-down only). I appreciate your input. Reese

Re: squeegee angle

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 07 11:42:16 EDT 1999 | Tony A

Tony Although I agree in principle with Dean that 45 Degrees would be ideal, most of the squeegees I have worked with have been 60 Degrees to the stencil surface. This seems to work best with metal squeegees when printing HASL boards, because

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