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Re: gold fingers over wave

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 14 15:02:16 EST 2000 | John Thorup

Second the motion for the Stevens Products covers. They call them Gold Fingers Gloves and they are a pull-truded fibreglass product that comes in sticks. You hacksaw them to the length needed. We have many that have been through the wave thousands o

oven reflow board stiffeners

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 02 08:49:35 EST 2003 | larryk

We use the epoxy gold finger gloves. They are cheap and can be cut to length. We get them from; Stevens Products, Inc 973-672-2140

Re: Cosmetics For PCBs

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 02 16:49:33 EDT 1998 | Dave F

Benji: I tend to agree with you that assemblers shouldn't wear make-up. I'm unsure what first level assemblers are tho. I've been down that finger cot/glove route ... 1 If someone is going to smear facial or cosmetic oil on a board, they can do

Solder at gold finger

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 02 12:05:54 EST 2001 | slthomas

There used to be a thread on this very topic in the archives, but I'll be danged if I can find it. One company name I've forgotten and lost, but their product name is Gold Finger Gloves, I think. I sent them an email and left a voice mail message i

Handling PCB assy's

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 04 14:45:01 EST 2002 | erikb

As a rule handling PCB's with bare hands is acceptable provided that there is sufficient esd protection as well. It is a good rule of thumb however to provide your inspectors or assembly people with finger cots or cotton gloves to keep the product cl

no-clean processes - are gloves necessary?

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 21 09:09:07 EDT 1999 | Rich Scheleski

Does anyone have any info in regards to wearing gloves, finger cots in a no-clean process? Are there ionic contamination levels that validate the costs involved in setting up a system? Appreciate any feedback -Rich

wearing of cotton gloves in production

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 07 15:13:44 EDT 2006 | rsmith

Consider using 100% nitrile gloves or finger cots. They are ESD safe and will not break out the skin like latex will. Cotton can absorb flux, solder, etc and will leave a lint residue however it is considered ESD safe.

Gold finger Protectors

Electronics Forum | Sat May 13 07:03:16 EDT 2000 | Sal

guys, Currently running a very high volume product, with the gold fingers at the edge of the board masked off using Kapton tape to avoid any form of contamination during reflow and wavesoldering. I've heard alot of about the gold finger gloves, my q

wearing of cotton gloves in production

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 06 03:17:45 EDT 2006 | Slaine

we have more of a problem with transfer of salts from skin onto the products. Oils ect can be cleaned off in our solvent based cleaning system which we put everything through, but the only way to remove salts is with warm water. And we dont use a wat

Automate goldfinger masking?

Electronics Forum | Sun Dec 31 07:31:40 EST 2006 | davef

Thoughts are: * Eliminate solder spotting on gold fingers through process improvement in broard handling, printing paste control, and reflow recipe development. Search the fine SMTnet Archives for previous discussions. * Dispense or print a reflow te

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