Electronics Forum: component and counter and axial (Page 1 of 1)

Sequenced tape and reel

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 25 13:55:36 EDT 2000 | Rob Cass

Sequenced tape and reel I have talked with several companies, regarding sequence taping and reeling of axial components. However, non-are capable of SEQUENCING tape and reels for axial insertion. Please let me know of any companies that SEQUENCE.

V-Tek Tape and Reel Machines...

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 22 13:43:14 EDT 1999 | Steve Gregory

Hey Ya'll! Have any of you ever worked with one of V-Tek's "Economax" tape and reel machines? The biggest thing I'm curious about is the type of cover tape that these machines use. It's something they call P.S.A. (Pressure Sensitive Adhesive)cover t

Smt 'pick and place' machine issues

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 29 00:26:39 EST 2006 | mack3000

Hello everyone, I've been facing some issues regarding:- 1)missing components 2)overturn 3)misalignments Why does this occur?Is it because of the machines?The programming?Or handling issues? What steps are needed to be taken to counter this problem

Laying down and holding large components

Electronics Forum | Thu May 22 14:16:40 EDT 2003 | MikeF

We need more information to give you a good answer. Is this a leaded part (axial or radial) or smt? How big is the part, how much weight per lead? What is the end use environment, will it see any vibration? or temperature extremes? Some general com

Solder Paste and fine pitch components

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 17 15:47:42 EDT 2002 | stepheno

Where I worked previously we had some boards with a couple 15 mil pitch parts. The first batch we got all had undersized pads. We had lots of bridging. We had less bridging with bigger pads. The ball size in the paste makes a bigger diffence regar

Re: V-Tek Tape and Reel Machines...

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 23 17:44:50 EDT 1999 | Stefan Witte

Hey Ya'll! Have any of you ever worked with one of V-Tek's "Economax" tape and reel machines? The biggest thing I'm curious about is the type of cover tape that these machines use. It's something they call P.S.A. (Pressure Sensitive Adhesive)c

Re: V-Tek Tape and Reel Machines...

Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 25 02:58:58 EDT 1999 | Haim H.

Hey Ya'll! Have any of you ever worked with one of V-Tek's "Economax" tape and reel machines? The biggest thing I'm curious about is the type of cover tape that these machines use. It's something they call P.S.A. (Pressure Sensitive Adhesive)c

Re: Fountain Wave Soldering and Repair/Rework Equipment

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 21 20:22:02 EST 1999 | Earl Moon

Hello, I will be evaluating and qualifying two equipment types. The first is a fountain soldering device. I need practical advice on all the stuff you guys and gals know about as good, bad, ugly, best applications, setup, limitations, an

Re: Fountain Wave Soldering and Repair/Rework Equipment

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 21 19:38:24 EST 1999 | dean

Hello, I will be evaluating and qualifying two equipment types. The first is a fountain soldering device. I need practical advice on all the stuff you guys and gals know about as good, bad, ugly, best applications, setup, limitations, and all

Tape and Reel - IPC/JEDEC or other Standards ?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 23 17:48:17 EST 2007 | GS

for SMDs, try to look for EIA-481.1.2.3, or may be the new version EIA-200 if I am not wrong. Also IEC 60286-2 (leaded components like axials, radials,..) Regards......GS

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