Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 09 18:43:22 EST 2001 | Factory Automation
Matt - I have rebuilt ovens in stock. Please let me know what your requirement is. Scott Baker Factory Automation firstname.lastname@example.org 310-212-3998
Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 10 22:47:38 EDT 2004 | SMT helps!
Hi Al, check out (AES) Automate Equipment Services, Inc base in Oklahoma WWW.smtsupports.com or 1-800-833-3484 Mike Baker, Steve Lewis, Marty Greene for contact. Good luck Vinnie
Electronics Forum | Sun Jul 11 22:05:05 EDT 2004 | Edward Ivey
The phone Number to Automated Equipment Service is 1-888-833-3484. You will need to talk with Mike Baker, or Marty Greene.
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 30 08:46:53 EST 2006 | Jess Baker
Robotic Process Systems has just introduced the Rhythm Selective Solder System, that should meet your needs. Best regards Jess Baker
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 03 01:51:23 EST 2018 | grek
Hello, i would like to ask if there is any differencies when baking components in baker with control huminidity 5% or when baking components in vacuum? is it ok ? or it should not be baked in vacuum? And one more question: Is it possible to bake tr
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 09 08:46:03 EST 2018 | pavel_murtishev
Hi, "Baker with controlled humidity 5%" is actually dry cabinet. Using of dry cabinets i.e. ambient temperature baking is preferred. Vacuum will always be better. If you are going to use vacuum chamber, that will be the best method in my opinion.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 16 00:58:36 EDT 2000 | DL
Does the manufacturer of your glue suggest a curing temp? If so and if ya dare..seems to me you do, you could use an oven something like a bakers oven. We use HI Temp ovens to cure epox, glue and stuff like that. Sounds to me like it's time for a new
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 21 21:15:43 EDT 2010 | terrybaker001
Please help, I humbly ask for your opinions on SMT manufacturing supply chains, and I hope to provide you with valuable information to remain competitive in a volatile market. Hello, my name is Terry Baker, I am a doctoral candidate looking for par
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 27 20:10:17 EDT 2005 | davef
Use "Bakers Secret" Teflon coated loaf pans to make the nicest solder ingots that you have ever seen. We hope you are using the term "draining the solder pot" euphemistically. Using the drain on the bottom of the pot is dangerous. [Too much can go
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 28 10:27:08 EDT 2005 | SuMoTe
Thanks to Stevezeva for hosting the pictures: Bakers Secret pans are the way to go, I use the "bread loaf" size. http://www.stevezeva.homestead.com/files/DrainingSolderPot.jpg http://www.stevezeva.homestead.com/files/DrainingSolderPot2.jpg Pray t