## Electronics Forum: angles (Page 1 of 65)

### Squeegee angles

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 14 09:54:34 EST 2006 | slthomas

"45* is a common angle of attack. Squeegee blades are commonly manufactured at 60*. The combination of the angle of attack and the blade angle results in an actual printing angle between the two due to down pressure and flex of the blade." Ahhhh, so

### Squeegee angles

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 13 22:27:45 EST 2006 | davef

adjustable angle of attack squeegee

### Squeegee angles

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 14 20:20:34 EST 2006 | davef

We're not sure what you're reading, but the angle thing makes sense, right?

### Squeegee angles

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 14 21:36:40 EST 2006 | slthomas

"We're not sure what you're reading, but the angle thing makes sense, right?" If by "squeegee angle" you mean the angle that the working edge is ground at, yes. If not, then I don't know what you're referring to. My earlier comments were specifica

### Squeegee angles

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 13 18:06:35 EST 2006 | slthomas

So, if 45� is theoretically optimal for aperture fill, but 60� is better for defining fine pitch bricks, is 52.5� the best compromise for an all around design, or does it not work that way? I see blades with either one angle or the other but with th

### Squeegee angles

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 15 21:39:56 EST 2006 | Chunks In Cebu

H Steve, I understand what you're asking except the "defingin fine pitch bricks" thing. Do you mean there is better gasketing, less dog-earing after snap-off or something else? Just curious. I've always used 45 degrees.

### Squeegee angles

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 16 10:04:41 EST 2006 | slthomas

"better gasketing, less dog-earing" I suppose gasketing could contribute but my assumption is that it's a function of better shearing action between the blade edge and the aperture wall. You get a more consistent shape on the top of the paste deposi

### SQUEEGEE ANGLE

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 19 15:17:58 EDT 1998 | MAURICE MCCLAIN

WHAT IS THE BEST ANGLE FOR THE SQUEEGEE BLADE TO BE ANGLED AT? WE ARE USING 45 DEGREE ON OUR POLYURETHANE BLADES, AND I BELIVE WE HAVE THE OPTION OF EITHER 45 OR 60 DEGREES ON OUR METAL BLADES. WHICH OF THE TWO IS BETTER, OR SHOULD WE BE USING ANOT

### SQUEEGEE ANGLE

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 19 15:17:10 EDT 1998 | MAURICE MCCLAIN

WHAT IS TH EBEST ANGLE FOR THE SWUEEGEE BLADE TO BE ANGLED AT? WE ARE USING 45 DEGREE ON OUR POLYEURETHANE BLADES, AND I BELIVE WE HAVE TH EOPTION OF EITHER 45 OR 60 DEGREES ON OUR METAL BLADES. WHICH OF THE TWO IS BETTER, OR SHOUL WE BE USING ANOT

### 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.

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