Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 26 18:47:38 EDT 2005 | bhu
Look to use I-Source in the Orange county area--they deliver to SD. I have used them for years and they can really help you through the techical challenges! 949-453-1500 ask for Mark Coplan
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 30 08:20:14 EDT 2006 | davef
Distributors and dealers can ship non-ROHS parts forever. Assemblers can not ship non-ROHS products to Euroland after July 1 and other counties [Japan, Korea, China, California, etc] after their cutoff dates.
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 17 09:21:39 EST 2013 | markhoch
In my experience, it depends on the city, county or state regulations. I've worked places where it is constantly monitored, other places where it's sampled. My current location, it isn't monitored at all.
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 08 21:26:44 EST 2006 | billwestiet
You already have some good answers. A chemical isolation zone for RMA is a good idea. If you are looking for new see the two references you have and Austin America. If you are looking for used, see us at http://www.ietechnology.net. We presently
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 15 15:51:21 EDT 2002 | dragonslayr
Brian - a recent thread (early September) instigated by yours truly postulated on the "deep fried twinkie" experience. It seems to be a trend at the local county and Sate fair circuit. I hear rumors it all got started in Texas. I have actually tasted
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 19 13:57:40 EDT 2007 | realchunks
Hi Bill, You should contact your local water work dept. and work with them. Every county is different. Sometimes it not what you put in the drain, but how much. They may want to monitor your drain, which is standard stuff. Be prepared to show th
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 24 12:42:35 EDT 2008 | slthomas
Your flux residues may be acceptable for your drain, but the solder balls won't be. You'll need to filter and dispose of the filters per your local city, county, and state regs. Either that or just boil the water off and dispose of the dry remains wi
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 11 23:01:10 EST 1998 | Jason
| The only announcement that I have seen affects the line of printers (SMTech was purchased by Quad several years ago). | | is it true that Quad Systems has been acquired by Speedline? Can anyone confirm or deny this? | | | | SMTech was purchased
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 29 13:54:54 EDT 1998 | Russ Miculich
Diane: I would suggest you contact Chip Supply in Florida and find out how and what they specify to their suppliers. They inspect, test, package, and distribute many suppliers chips for flip chip and other applications. I am sorry but I do not have
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 19 14:58:26 EST 2002 | caldon
HEy all- We are in need of components. Chips, ICs, QFPs, BGA, SOIC, and so on. Does not matter the configuration, style, package. Stick, Tape, Matrix, Tray,Bulk. Typically should be "virgin" not used. And we would like these for a low price...FREE.