Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 15 10:31:52 EST 1999 | Clifford Peaslee
Hello SMTneters, Today at 3:00PM EST, we will temporarily shut down the web site while we move the web site's data to a new dedicated SMTnet server. We expect it to take at most 3 hours. Thanks, Cliff
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 15 20:26:33 EST 1999 | Clifford Peaslee
Hello SMTneters, The move is complete. The numerical IP address is temporary, until Internic changes the name pointer which should be in a day or two. Web email should not be affected. If you find any problems, please email me. Thanks, Cliff
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 14:25:33 EDT 2001 | cal
Most PIck and place manufacturers have off line feeder set up available. Dedicating common feeder types to one side and having the other side available for job specific is also an option. *****note dedicating feeders can effect your throughput num
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 03 13:35:50 EDT 2006 | SWAG
Sorry - don't know of any studies/papers. Having dedicated blades and holders for lead free is best. Also, our customer for lead free requires a line change-over check-off sheet that we follow, sign and keep with all the paperwork for the order. T
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 13 21:53:31 EDT 2000 | Dave F
This site is dedicated to double sided reflow and solder balls. Wasssup?
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 13 12:43:24 EST 2004 | cyber_wolf
I have to disagree with Fastek. We only use dedicated tooling on our AP machines. Dedicated tooling pros: *Set up time is 90%+ faster than universal tooling. *It is very easy to train operators to install dedicated support plates. *You do not need
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 02 01:55:08 EST 2005 | pavel_murtishev
We are using dedicated vacuum support. So we have support under all components.
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 22 11:33:39 EDT 2006 | cyber_wolf
What type of tooling are you using ? Dedicated or universal ?
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 28 11:08:42 EDT 2007 | dphilbrick
Dedicated fixtures are always better, assuming you use a good manufacturer. If your a CM you will always have a battle convincing customers to pay for dedicated fixtures unless you have a detailed cost structure that can show them how they will save
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 04 16:12:52 EDT 2007 | mike007
Use dedicated stencils & gold or green squeegee holders