Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 30 16:52:41 EST 2005 | chunks
Someone sells the T-couples that are in a rigid tube and the base attaches to the edge of the bord. They have an adjustment nut on em you can adjust to spring load the T-couple on the are you need. They do produce a wavey profile from the part expa
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 22 18:02:39 EDT 2000 | Steve Thomas
Thanks John. Actually I just got off the Dwyer site (took me a couple hours of searching to remember the name) and they have a couple that might do the trick. Of course they're in the Grainger catalogue that I'd already gone through and given up on.
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 22 08:40:12 EST 2005 | JB
A couple of features on your stencil printer that should help with a couple of potential printing processes: A temperature control unit and the automatic understencil cleaning with the chemical of your choice. That alone, will reduce the chances of
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 18 10:05:54 EST 2005 | cyber_wolf
Does anyone know of any studies that have been done on different types of thermo couple attachment? In particular I am interested in the temperature differences that are seen with the different methods of attachment.
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 09 07:46:58 EST 2005 | chunks
Hi Herb, Lexman, try a different paste to eliminate that question mark. Unless you're stuck with Kester, it's worth a couple hours of your time. I know of a couple SMT plants that run 40% to 50% humidity without any problems.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 28 08:15:52 EST 2008 | davef
He sure was. We saw this version of it a couple of years ago [ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TD1LHejil6M&feature=related ]. In this one, the presenter almost cracks a couple of times, but the boffin in the white coat is rock solid.