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depanelisation of IMS board

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 31 01:25:16 EST 2004 | amil

dear all, we prepare ourself to assembly IMS board The PCB design with V cut How to depanelisy it? With scoring machine or manual breaking? Any experience Thanks G�bor

depanelisation of IMS board

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 31 07:14:55 EST 2004 | pjc

Look here: http://www.assemblymag.com/CDA/ArticleInformation/features/BNP__Features__Item/0,6493,98685,00.html The Cab is the most popular for manual use.

Rigid - Flex Depanelising

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 06 08:43:48 EST 2016 | leeg

Has anybody had experience in depanelising Rigid-Flex pcbs? If so what equipment do you use?

PCB Laser Depaneling

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 03 09:25:59 EDT 2017 | Rob

Use a router with fiducial correction? in reality if you are putting a PCB in a plastic enclosure then the injection moulding is going to have far greater tolerances than a laser or router depanelised PCB is. Also, if our laser markers are anything

Hi there,

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 09 04:21:16 EST 2005 | Rob

We have a couple of presses we use for cutting adhesive backers & depanelising flex's etc. You can usually get away with steel rule dies which cost a couple of hundred dollars instead of hard tooling.

Table Top Router

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 03 09:58:16 EDT 2005 | Rob

http://www.micromat.co.uk/economy.htm We've got one of these & it's been great - whether for depanelising, making wave solder pallets, SMT flexi carriers, drilling prototype pcbs etc. Really easy to programme too.

X7R woes

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 27 19:15:02 EST 2005 | PWH

Agree with Cmiller. We had a similar prob. with some caps. on a v-scored array. We bought a pizza cutter depaneliser and the problem reduced. It's a "FKN Systek" if you want to look at models.

Rigid - Flex Depanelising

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 12 10:28:23 EST 2016 | swag

Very cool - we're looking at 3D, too. I spend so much time designing then tweeking so it can be run on a 3 axis mill. 3D would make it easier! Good to know about laser, too. I always wondered the realities of it.

Flex Singulation

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 07 04:58:59 EDT 2005 | Rob

If by singulation you mean depanelising then the following: Press with steel rule die & plate - approx $500 for tooling Not particularly accurate, and needs replacing regularly, can be modified very easily Press with die tool - approx $10k-20K too

X7R woes

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 05 04:42:44 EST 2006 | Rob

Hi Mariss, "water soluable flux residue to somehow damage the X7R capacitors" I think you are looking into the wrong area. Yes flux is aggressive and can lead to problems, however it would not single out X7R capacitors above capacitors of other di

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