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How to take care of crystal

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 29 10:06:15 EDT 2007 | callckq

H Davef, Ok..Thanks for the input..

How to take care of crystal

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 27 07:57:38 EDT 2007 | davef

Most suppliers provide guidance on proper assembly technique, like: http://global.kyocera.com/prdct/electro/pdf/add_pdf/111_119_e.pdf We have no relationship, nor receive benefit from the company referenced above.

The care and feeding of adhesive nozzles

Electronics Forum | Sun May 23 11:02:45 EDT 1999 | M Cox

Any suggestions on how to maintain Adhesive dispensing nozzles??? They seem to plug up over night and it is starting to get on my nerves. We have tried leaving the nozzles in the machine, removing them and soaking in alcohol, blowing them out with

How to take care of crystal

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 26 07:13:05 EDT 2007 | callckq

Hi Experts, Understand from my friends, PTH crystal can get damage easily when subject to vibration or heat..For example, if crystal drop from table to floor, its internal part already damage @ crack which cannot be seen by eye. Besides, they als

Re: The care and feeding of adhesive nozzles

Electronics Forum | Fri May 28 11:35:23 EDT 1999 | Robert Wells

Scotty, What type of glue machine are you using? Thanks in advance, Robert

Re: The care and feeding of adhesive nozzles

Electronics Forum | Fri May 28 20:44:57 EDT 1999 | David Scott

Scotty, What type of glue machine are you using? Thanks in advance, Robert Robert, We have a Camalot 1818, and a Gemini machine. We use the purge compound in both of them. Scotty

Does anyone care if Americans supply equipment to our industry.

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 21 22:07:23 EST 2002 | davef

It could be that it's been a long time since Siemens has sold a machine. Is it true that they licensed that twirly head S20 wachajigger from UIC?

Does anyone care if Americans supply equipment to our industry.

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 25 19:03:30 EST 2002 | Mike M

Don't forget that the great American company UIC sells the wonderfull HSP machines, or are they Sanyo?

Does anyone care if Americans supply equipment to our industry.

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 26 11:30:20 EST 2002 | dougk

Siemens guys say they bought the rights to the twirly thingy (and everything else) outright. I got the chance to work with both an early verson from UIC, and the next Siemens improvement on it. UIC should have been ashamed.

Does anyone care if Americans supply equipment to our industry.

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 28 17:44:47 EST 2002 | terrapin

Did anyone check where UIC aquired there cameras from. The control cards - where did the components come from. I would go on, however....... Sorry to say - there is nothing "Made in America". Many items are "Manufactured in America" with compoents f

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