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dek infinity

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 18 02:45:06 EST 2013 | sara_npi

Hi What is "fatal error"? Every time when operator raise head to add cleaning paper or add solvent machine just hang like that. need to reboot machine. Pls advise Thanks.

dek infinity

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 21 11:51:28 EST 2013 | dekhead

Best guess, not knowing specifics of error, would be a vision system error... connection issue wrt camera. Does system respond properly (prompts to raise / lower head) upon reboot? Specific error information would help in troubleshooting. DEKHEAD

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Print Head Stroke Calibration?

Dek ProFlow Head

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 17 09:06:26 EDT 2000 | Chad

We are currnetly looking at switching form squeegee's to the Dek ProFlow head system. Just looking for feedback on the performance compared to squeegee's. Also here the ProFlow reduces the amount of waste of solder paste. Can anyone reflect on these

Re: Dek ProFlow Head

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 22 11:25:43 EDT 2000 | Steve Thomas

Just out of curiosity, what's the maximum length print the Pro Flo is capable of? I think the Cross Flow option for the EKRAs that we use only goes up to 350mm, which is way short of what we'd need.

Re: Dek ProFlow Head

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 18 13:38:09 EDT 2000 | James

I've heard there might be some problems when using an enclosed print head with water soluble paste. It dries out and compacts in the head. Just the opposite of what is claimed I know, but I hear it is wonderful when using no clean paste. Can anyon

Re: Dek ProFlow Head

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 22 12:14:21 EDT 2000 | Tekguy2000

There are concretions that form inside the chamber when using a water soluble paste. They start forming and affecting print as early as 2 days. This is apparent no matter what type of print head you may be using. There has been over 30 water soluble

Re: Dek ProFlow Head

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 18 09:19:01 EDT 2000 | PR

We have been using the Pro Flo for about a year and the print quality alone is worth making the move. It is flexible in that switching over to blades is pretty simple (if you need to), and the operators love it because clean up is a breeze. The only

Re: Dek ProFlow Head

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 18 05:05:11 EDT 2000 | Wolfgang Busko

Not that I have any experience with the proflow system but here are some words from a well respected former contributor on this forum who asked me to pass this one along. "About DEK's Pro Flo system: Advantages considerably outway disadvantages. Sp

DEK pro-flow

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 15 15:54:19 EST 2007 | pms

pr, I don't believe there is a differance in performance of the ProFlow head between "Leaded" and "Lead-Free" paste. We have been using the ProFlow for about 4 years now with leaded paste. Yes, some issues to overcome. Mostly in the brand/type of

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