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Gold plated PCB's

Electronics Forum | Fri May 03 19:02:41 EDT 2002 | davef

Several of the points you make are reinforced in the fine SMTnet Archives. Consider searching them for bedtime reading, until the responses start flowing.

Re: wave solder

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 13 12:03:10 EDT 2000 | Chris May

Jason, If 225C is the topside temp of your board just prior to hitting the wave, I would say this is too high. Your flux suppliers data sheet should tell you an ideal topside temp for good flux activation, probably around 190C. According to the Bi

Automation Equipment Registration Fees

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 13 22:04:47 EDT 2003 | iman

I would say, if one guy buys used machine from a "dealer", the dealer ought to cover the registration fee up-front for the buyer as part of a complete package, UNLESS the buyer himself/herself asked for a discount that purposefully omitted the requi

parameter triggers & Industry Standard on Calibration Intervals

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 26 14:35:44 EDT 2007 | ianchan

Hi all, First off, its great to be back on SMTnet after a long absence; wishing everyone the best in the year 2007 ahead. Question: Is there some sort of industry Standard (Mil?, ANSI?, ISO?) on the Calibration Intervals for mechanical based measu

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