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Air Moisture in Production

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 14 02:19:03 EST 2010 | sachu_70

With lower Humidity levels, we expose to greater risk towards ESD related failures seen on components. Pl. ensure to have your entire work area fully guarded against ESD and maintain proper material handling instructions across the entire flowline un

CP6 Maintenance

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 31 16:02:35 EST 2006 | daxman

I'm not sure if we are on the same page here....maybe i'm lost in the terminology. We are pulling the entire placing head. The Windmill, the shaft, the clutches...the entire thing. I'm not sure if this is what you mean by, "dropping the clutches"

Pick Up Error

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 06 09:27:29 EDT 2004 | Bob R.

It depends entirely on the machine. Different machines use different mechanisms and control methods.

Body of component

Electronics Forum | Fri May 27 02:42:17 EDT 2005 | Base

... I guess I'm the one who's thick-skulled... Looks like your posting an entire exam or something?! ...

Lead Free Prep.

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 11 15:30:05 EDT 2008 | jax

Don't waste your time. Allowable limits are not measured using the % weight of the entire assembly.

West coast testing labs?

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 23 10:57:09 EST 2001 | blnorman

Go to http://www.ipc.org/html/fsresources.htm, scroll down and click on downloadable resources and IPC-65-650 is there for the downloading, free. The problem is that you have to download each individual test method, you can't download the entire doc

Re: Extremely long subject line

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 08 10:04:08 EDT 1999 | Michael Bryant

Bob, Thank you for posting an extremely relevant technical question to the Forum. However, the entire message was posted in the subject line and the body was left blank. In the future, please use the subject line to summarize your message, and type

What do you do ?

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 14 09:13:09 EDT 2006 | Steve

As Russ said, you aren't responsible for your customers product being ROHS if they didn't request it be built as such. As a CM we build what the customer requests. If they request a ROHS board and supply us with a ROHS bom, but ask for a HASL board,

Lead Free BGA's on non-RoHS Assembly

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 29 09:50:37 EST 2007 | rgduval

I'm about to begin a job for a customer placing a couple of lead free BGA's/FPGA's on an assembly that doesn't need to be RoHS compatible. So...my question is...should I process this assembly with lead-free solder paste, to accomodate the lead-free

Stencil-less printing?

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 28 08:14:39 EST 2018 | dontfeedphils

MY500 on a NPI/Proto line makes a lot of sense and can really cut down on costs and downtime due to stencil revisions/issues. Especially once you have a 250 line BOM loaded on the line and you find out the stencil has a couple of critical apertures

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