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Vitronics XPM1 Blower Replacement

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 16 19:29:13 EDT 2007 | bga_kid

I have some advice...... rid your self of that beast. and try a OmniExcel

Ever heard of ?.....

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 11 09:55:21 EDT 2002 | johnw

Folk's, anyone ever heard of a beast called a Systems Technology International reflow oven (model 7204-6-6). I've tried searching the web but haven't found anything. Just looking for the basic's on it. cheers John

QFP bent leads

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 02 12:08:59 EST 2017 | rvines1

We usually receive them in batches of a few hundred, and occasionally from catalog vendors like Mouser. Inspection has been inconclusive. They don't have to be bent much to cause a problem. I'm wondering if it's just the nature of the beast.

QFP bent leads

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 02 13:59:38 EST 2017 | horchak

Slim chance it's the nature of the beast if in original unopened package. If handled by anybody not properly trained they will get bent. Allso make sure your pick and place is seating them into the paste, any lead not contacting the wet paste will be

AOI for through-hole?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 10 08:24:51 EDT 2017 | philc

Is anyone using an AOI machine for through-hole checking? We have a need to check post-build on some PCBs', but there doesn't seem to be any obvious AOI solution. Is there such a beast available?

Assembleon Sapphire Bring up

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 12 13:27:40 EDT 2021 | robl

You didn't pick an easy one to start with did you, the Sapphire is a particular beast that can either amaze or send users to the depths of dispair. If you are in Europe DM me & I'll send you some helpful contacts.

Servo alarm X2-axis (FIP-3)

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 11 18:21:36 EDT 2005 | stepheniii

Does it do nozzle changes at a different speed than the programs? It's been a while since I worked on these beasts. I"m wondering if it can handle slow speeds but at full bore it can't handle it. Maybe try one part with everything set to slow speed

RoHS compliant BGA with SnPb Balls

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 17 09:22:17 EST 2006 | amol_kane

Hi, is there such a beast out there???....my customer said this line and confused the hell out of me.....am i missing something here??....I have asked the customer to take up the issue with the component supplier and ask for more details....(is the R

Prototype Assy - Issues

Electronics Forum | Wed May 13 08:09:47 EDT 2009 | mikehe1

my guess is yes or they are just lazy. if you quote a job then you should know up front what you have to do. i am in the business of building 1 to 10,000 boards, and understanding that not every job is fun, but that's the nature of the beast. if you


Electronics Forum | Mon May 17 16:09:03 EDT 2010 | davemacnemo

Is there anyone out there still using TDK RX11s and interested in sharing experience with a guy that has the dubious distinction of owning 2 of the beasts. They have great potential but stoppages due to parts inspection errors are killing me. Not a

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