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Anti Magnetic Environment

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 23 20:10:14 EDT 2012 | kahrpr

Are you talking about storing parts in an anti magnetic environment

Trays - Conductive vs Anti-Static??

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 11 05:12:23 EDT 1999 | rjk

I am checking out trays for packing of Simms, and I would like to know what are the main differences between Anti-Static and Conductive trays. Anti-static are cheaper, but I would like to know about properties of one against the other, what are vario

What kind of anti-seize compound to use in lead free pot

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 19 08:03:18 EST 2010 | theo

Can anybody tell me what kind of anti-seize compound to use in a lead free solder pot? I have found copper, nickel, and silver anti-seize but I cannot decide which one to use. Thanks for the help.

Anti-Static Foam

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 27 17:23:54 EDT 1999 | Larry Johnson

I am looking for some Anti-static foam to use as board supports in our machines. Foam would have to be around an inch thick, and very firm. Does anyone know where I could find some of this. Thanks.. Larry J

What kind of anti-seize compound to use in lead free pot

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 19 10:26:47 EST 2010 | cyber_wolf

We use copper anti seize on the ball screws in our PBfree reflow ovens.

Re: Trays - Conductive vs Anti-Static??

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 11 06:43:13 EDT 1999 | rjk

Hello Brian Thanks for your quick reply. I should explain my situation. We are packing modules in trays for transport. We are currently using Conductive PS as material for the tray base. I am in the process of setting up a new company to manufacture

Tombstone defect

Electronics Forum | Sun May 04 22:10:20 EDT 2003 | Thomas

Did u ever try a anti-tombstone solder paste to try to eliminate this problem ??

How to avoid tombstoning in 0201 components

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 22 07:21:14 EDT 2005 | Mark

Try using Cobar`s anti-tombstone alloy.

Anti Magnetic Environment

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 30 13:14:27 EDT 2012 | rway

Exactly what parts in question might have issues with magnetism? Can you be more specific?

Heller Oven 1809 lubricant

Electronics Forum | Mon May 09 10:00:13 EDT 2016 | cbeneat

We don't have Heller, but Vitronics uses copper anti-seize.

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