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Automated or Semi-Automated Thermal Gel Application

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 09 13:18:46 EDT 2019 | dwl

What is the advantage of dispensing dots over dispensing a line? I don't see any reason why dots wouldn't work. You might have to experiment a bit to dial in the right volume and spacing to get the desired end result, but it shouldn't be hard. Fisna

Connector is falling down in the second reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 12 02:38:02 EST 2020 | majdi4

Hi there , I agree with phil .. but we cannot change the architecture of the card to mount the connector on the 2nd side. Steve , we are producing large series, so we can't manually ship bond the connector .. for the moment, we cannot invest in a gl

LGA Rework

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 23 06:34:43 EST 2012 | bandjwet

With all of the various techniques available for LGA rework including but not limited to: Bumping the part using a polyimide stencil http://www.solder.net/products/stencilmate Bumping the part using a metal fixture or http://www.finetech.de/advance

Conformal Coating

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 04 13:24:30 EDT 2011 | tombstonesmt

Peelable masking has been our solution here recently. We an automovite customer that requires coating on both sides of the boards with many keep out areas. We are currently building a dispense robot that will apply tech spray wondermask 2218. The won

Conformal coating machine

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 31 19:28:24 EDT 2023 | ttheis

We built our own coating system by mounting a Universal Robots UR5 to an edge conveyor between a magazine unloader and magazine loader. The robot has a needle dispenser on the head. We chose a needle dispense process to avoid aerosols and complex ven

Janome JR2000 Software

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 30 12:47:54 EDT 2020 | ilavu

I am looking for a software for Janome/Fisnar/Apollo Seiko JR2000(old Model) not JR2000N(new model). It is called "JR Point for Dispensing". It is old model of robot, If anyone have it and can share please? Thanks,

Automated or Semi-Automated Thermal Gel Application

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 16 10:51:35 EDT 2019 | radialvalve

Hi Joe, sorry for the delay in responding to your request, hope it's not too late. There are several questions to be answered before we can guide you to the best solution to meet your Thermal Gel Dispensing Needs. I would like the opportunity to disc

Solder paste dispensers question

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 20:18:45 EDT 2007 | hegemon

For what it is worth, we are purchasing a dispensing system including a Robotic Arm, Positive Displacement Valve (as opposed to volumetric displacement) and Controller. We have purchased this unit for doing lead free 20 mil dots at 30 mil pitch in s

Luxeon Lumiled

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 11 02:59:03 EST 2004 | Base

Hi Charlie, In case you're processing large quantities of lumileds you may want to have a look at the Assembleon FS machine. It is an FCM machine of only half the length with some dedicated robots on it. In stead of all Pick&Place robots it 2 dispen

Re: Conformal Coating on Circuit Boards

Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 29 13:06:18 EST 2000 | Graham Naisbitt

Todd, All liquid coatings are Newtonian - they follow gravity so they do indeed run away from sharp leads and edges. Silicones are generally worse because they have very low surface energy - although this is an asset when trying to get under compone

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