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Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 26 12:40:59 EDT 2001 | stefwitt

I would like to enter the discussion by tossing some numbers in. First of all I don�t like the 3 Sigma value. 3 Sigma are 2000 defects per mio. if I remember correctly. This means, if you have 200 components on the board, then every 10 boards have on

CR-4000 and AR-350N5 Reflow Ovens

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 15 09:17:52 EDT 2010 | eniac

Hi all! Does any body know which company is real manufacturer of this reflow ovens? Manncorp is only distributor (and in USA), I can't buy it in USA and move to Eastern Europe :( I need to find who produce this ovens, can somebody help to me? Than

Manuals for Assembleon FCM-2 and TECHNICIAN

Electronics Forum | Sun Jun 14 15:40:48 EDT 2015 | csm

Dear All We are looking some Phillips Technician can do programming for FCM-2 equipment and we are looking the Programming manuals and maintenance manuals. Can somebody help us, or can give us support to give maintenance and programming to some FCM

Factory Lighting - specs and measurement ?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 12 00:26:32 EDT 2002 | mjabure

If I remember correctly the standard we used was something like 350 candlepower at the work surface, and it can be measured with a standard photographic lightmeter

Factory Lighting - specs and measurement ?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 12 10:53:15 EDT 2002 | genny

350 candlepower is fairly low for high detail work. I spent some time in the construction industry laying out electrical blueprints for schools, and such. It was desirable to have more in the order of 700 fc for the desk surface that kids would wor

Factory Lighting - specs and measurement ?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 17 15:04:08 EDT 2002 | genny

I think I had my units wrong in my previous post - that blueprint job was 6 years ago and fading fast. My level of 700 would have the same units as Dave's level of 1000. This is the metric measurement of lux, vs the imperial footcandles. fc to lux

What is the preffered spacing between PTH and SMT pads

Electronics Forum | Fri May 01 06:49:31 EDT 2009 | davef

minimum space between selective wave soldering pallet's opening to the nearest PTH or SMT pad? * http://www.agicorp.com/pdf_files/Designguidelines903.pdf * http://www.datumdynamics.com/resources/dfm_wavesolder.html?PHPSESSID=a73b3bc8bbd55519bffbb68

Pb free BGA and Sn Pb solder paste

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 01 19:25:19 EDT 2004 | Ken

...oops part 2: I will assume a sac 350 ball??? 217-218C this will completely reflow the ball and form a "normalized" joint with a collapsed structure.

Tape and shunts are good ideas for WS *BUT*...

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 28 07:02:59 EDT 1998 | smd

Right now we are taping the goldfingers which is effective but also expensive. Also, some tape was leaving yellow marks on the goldfingers. We're trying the so-called goldfinger glove from Steven's Products. It's a very small company (probably one gu

Re: Tape and shunts are good ideas for WS *BUT*...

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 03 08:29:24 EDT 1998 | Dave F

SMD: Sounds interesting. What is the contact information on Steve? Dave F Right now we are taping the goldfingers which is effective but also expensive. Also, some tape was leaving yellow marks on the goldfingers. We're trying the so-called go

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