Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 28 08:56:01 EDT 2004 | grayman
"The optimizer has FLUX DISTRIBUTION WINDOW it measures - the amount of flux applied. -Identify uneven distribution of your flux. The FLUX DISTRIBUTION WINDOW permits you to obtain information about your fluxer's performance and repeatability
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 29 14:30:58 EDT 1999 | Clifford Peaslee
Hello all, There was a problem with the web email system, and it has not been distributing emails properly since Sept 25. It is now fixed, and the awaiting emails have been distributed. Sorry for the inconvenience, Cliff
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 14 11:45:11 EST 2003 | SV
I was wondering if you guys had any experience with a distributed coverage Test and inspection strategy (Awaretest Xi) and could point me to technical studies in the field. thanks
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 15 22:55:45 EST 2007 | davef
Questions are: * Is the blistering in the solder mask or the laminate? * If the blistering is in the solder mask, what do the blisters look like [eg, size, quantity, distribution, etc]? * If the blistering is in the laminate, what do the blisters loo
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 06 20:08:35 EDT 2015 | edwaterfall01
It could be a blown fuse on the power distribution panel or a failed power supply. Check the power distribution board in the front lower center of the machine. There are 11 LEDs on the board and 10 should be ON
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 07 09:19:30 EST 2005 | patrickbruneel
Check your heater elements one or more are defective causing uneven heat distribution.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 30 09:06:15 EDT 2005 | pjc
Its not made by them. Its one of those Chinese jobers they are distributing.
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 25 16:35:24 EDT 2006 | russ
Looking at who is distributing them should tell you something!!!!
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 16 22:52:09 EST 2011 | ppcbs
Exactly! Who distributes them?
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 20 05:45:39 EST 2000 | Daniel Carlsson
Hi! Some varibles that I would think increase the risk: -The use of Nitrogen when soldering. -The use of IR may cause thermal vias (if placed only on one "side") to produce uneven heat distribution and thus wick the comp. -Uneven heat distribution.