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Flux applied by hand

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 01 19:50:22 EDT 2013 | jorge_quijano

Hi to everyone, I have a bad situation here, I'm getting a wave solder back to life and I realized that my automatic fluxer is no longer working (some parts seems to dissapear), I already look for a new one, but I will get approval untill year end, s

Flux applied by hand

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 05 10:34:46 EDT 2013 | mandm

Hey Hi, I am new engineer in Electronic Manufacturing Industry. I have a similar problem here,operator applies the flux by dipping the PCB in the flux bath. So could anyone please help me with following questions 1) What could be the possible impacts

Flux applied by hand

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 02 10:50:46 EDT 2013 | dwelch123

We had to use a bin and dip bottom of board in it once when we we're waiting for a replacement part. Worked ok for what it was anyway.

Flux applied by hand

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 02 12:51:46 EDT 2013 | emeto

I have seen it done exactly the way you do it and I think spraying will be better than dipping. However the best way is still to have your fluxer fixed and working.

Flux applied by hand

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 02 14:28:24 EDT 2013 | hegemon

If you move to the spray bottle, be sure to label it so there is no mistake as to the contents, you wouldn't want unlableled materials on the production floor, for a couple of reasons...

Flux applied by hand

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 03 19:27:41 EDT 2013 | jorge_quijano

Good advices. What do you think of using a gravity paint spray gun? somebody recommend it to me, it will still depend on the operator but at least it would be more constant.. make sense? Saludos

DC applied to Primary of transformer

Electronics Forum | Sun May 22 23:24:08 EDT 2005 | thaqalain

DC is safely applied to the primary of a transformer: 1-when limiting resistance is in series with primary 2--------------------------is in Parallel 3-When neither of the preceding applied.

Measuring the real pressure applied by Squegee

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 11 21:06:49 EDT 2018 | jacobidiego

Hi experts, I have some stencils in a bad state. Some of the marks belongs to squegee operation. I wonder if it is possible to measure the pressure that is being applied, as we can set the pressure, but we don't know if that value is real and calib

Solder pasted applied by PCB manufactuer

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 28 16:53:09 EDT 1999 | Charlie

There is a company selling pcb with the solder past on the pads and coated with a tacky film to hold the part during assembly. Have you heard of them and can you tell me how to contact them?

Measuring the real pressure applied by Squegee

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 16 15:28:10 EDT 2018 | emeto

If you have pressure sensors in there(most contemporary machines have), value is probably right. It doesn't mean though that the value is correct(see the upper post)

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