Electronics Forum | Mon May 01 13:30:45 EDT 2000 | JAX
Erhard, I am not sure what you mean. I believe bulk case placement only refers to C's & R's. Even then placing only 0603 and 0805. I assume you are talking about larger parts since you mention trays???
Electronics Forum | Tue May 02 01:55:13 EDT 2000 | Erhard Hofmann
You are right, I am looking for a solution to place small components, 0603, 0805, 0402, and similar. The components will be fed by a vibratory feeder and placed onto trays. This is happening in the comp manufacturing stage and the trays are used as a
Electronics Forum | Thu May 11 16:08:34 EDT 2006 | slthomas
Interesting read. Thanks for the link, Patrick.
Electronics Forum | Wed May 17 12:49:09 EDT 2006 | James
The link is broken.
Electronics Forum | Mon May 01 11:51:24 EDT 2000 | Erhard Hofmann
A while ago I read an article about a machine that can pick up a bulk case and then place components out of it without having to travel to a feeder pick up position in between. I forgot where I read this and who the manufacturer was. Can anyone help
Electronics Forum | Mon May 15 05:17:18 EDT 2006 | Rob
Hi Patrick, Sorry, wrote it in a hurry on Friday afternoon, I meant show us evidence of a scientific trial on all or at least some other alloys. I accept Tin whiskers and other similar phenomina exist, I even accept that the whole ROHS directive
Electronics Forum | Fri May 12 11:12:20 EDT 2006 | patrickbruneel
Slain, A melting point of 300C would be a little too high for the components and tinny boards. I just heard they will market the watches as Swiss "army" watches which makes them exempt.
Electronics Forum | Fri May 12 13:31:37 EDT 2006 | patrickbruneel
Rob, I assume the exempt request is written by the legal department not by the technical department and translated from German to English. Please tell me what evidence you are looking for and I will see what I can do.
Electronics Forum | Wed May 17 17:01:56 EDT 2006 | stepheniii
Rob, it's not psuedo science, it's business. They have a problem, and have evidently tried a solution based on applying for an exemption. It's probably cheaper than trying every other possibility. I think it's the EU with the psuedo science to back
Electronics Forum | Thu May 18 10:22:34 EDT 2006 | patrickbruneel
Here's a link to another analogy "get used to tin whiskers" http://www.reed-electronics.com/semiconductor/article/CA6332135?spacedesc=ne