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new site - why limited archives?

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 05 08:55:55 EST 2001 | davef

The archives appear to go back in time no further than the first quarter of 2000. Is that accurate? Where are the older archives archived? When will the older archives be put on-line?

BGA rework

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 20 21:05:19 EST 2001 | davef

Roland: Speaking of the archives, what are your plans to make the archives earlier than the first part of 2000 available to SMTnetters?


Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 10 18:34:23 EDT 2001 | pzohbon

How do I get to the archives for this site?

How old is old?

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 20 19:08:02 EDT 2002 | kenbliss

Brian How about setting up two levels of archives, one that is �inactive, accessible for comments� the other �archive� that is no longer changeable. The 12 day rule of inactive would simply roll to �accessible� and after 30 days total of inactivity

Re: Wave Solder Dwell Time

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 06 21:09:47 EST 2000 | Dave F

That's cool that you used the Archive. Consider running a designed experiment on your board, using your flux and solder, the limits from the Archive, and on your machine to dial in the spread in dwell numbers you see in the SMTnet Archives to your s


Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 11 20:10:55 EDT 2001 | davef

Brian, the project to recover the archives was side tracked??? I was taking bets over on the Cold Fusion "Ohmagud, Help Forum" that you guys couldn't figure-out how to do it!!! ;-) It�s back on track??? I was getting ready to ask for the archives o

Hybrid reflow profiles

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 03 12:28:33 EDT 2005 | russ

search the archives!

Re: market statistics on SMT Assembly ?

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 08 17:56:36 EST 2000 | Dave f

Check the fine SMTnet Archives. Some people have a difficult time using the fine Archives, if so, email me and I'll try to help further.

Re: Popcorning

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 11 20:24:45 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Gary: Consider using the SMTnet archives to get started: * Popcorn* gives over 70 hits * Moisture sens* gives over 115 hits There is some wonderful background information in the archives that oftimes serves as an excellent starting point when invest

Re: Vacuum packaging

Electronics Forum | Tue May 23 21:03:18 EDT 2000 | Dave F

David: Beyond the information on sealing components in the archives, look for information on protecting boards. Further, consider a dessicant cabinet, as an alternative. Sources are also in the archives. Good luck. Dave F

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