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Sudden paste release problem

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 11 00:22:05 EST 2005 | Grant

Hi, That's what I am thinking, and we might have a dirty stencils and cannot see the problem. We are going to get a magnifier, and check it out. I did not think the stencil could bur, but I didn't want to shoot the guys down when they had an idea on

CSM-84 pick and place machine.

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 15 00:27:39 EST 2011 | jeffr

First clean and de-bur the hole in the nozzle, then try it again. If the Head does not pick up at the feeder, then moves to the dump position...it means that the Vacuum Sensor Board has detected that the nozzle vacuum is above the LOW threshold setti

Re: resistor networks- leadless vs. gull wing

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 27 04:08:25 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

| | | I am in the process of picking a new resistor network for one of our new board. Since we are new to SMT i would like to get some opinions on networks. Currently we use one molded gullwing type network on our boards with no problems. Other than

Sudden paste release problem

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 09 21:41:49 EST 2005 | Grant

Hi, We have been running the same stencils for about a year, 5 thou thick, 1-mm pitch BGA's and every-things been ok, but then suddenly over the last week, 2 different products have had paste release issues with the BGA. It's odd because nothings c


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