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Wave and Press-Fit fixtures

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 26 12:00:20 EST 2001 | peterson

Hi everyone, I am looking for a reliable company (preferrably on the west coast) that can make Wave Solder and Press-Fit fixtures for our back-plane division. I need a reliable source that can take our data and produce quality fixtures in a 5-7 day

Wave and Press-Fit fixtures

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 30 20:11:16 EST 2001 | MARK COPLAN

Give us a call we are manufacturing fixtures in the time frame you asked for Mark Coplan I Source Technical Services, Inc. www.i-source.com

Wave and Press-Fit fixtures

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 26 12:53:52 EST 2001 | bgaeng

SPPRECION 2660 SE 39th Loop Suite A Hillsboro, OR 97123 Fred Lovingier www.spprecision.com

Wave and Press-Fit fixtures

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 03 20:12:41 EST 2001 | Kelvin Kok

Hi Peterson, We are in the business of manufacturing wave, SMT pallets and all kinds of toolings. With our 11 years expertise, we definitely able to meet your requirements with quality products. With our location in Silicon valley and supporting ma

VOC free flux wave solder fixtures

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 06 12:21:38 EDT 1999 | Kelly Morris

I've heard that use of VOC free flux with wavesolder fixtures can be challenging due to entrapment of water in the fixture. Is anyone out there successfully running VOC free with wave fixtures & did you experience problems? If so, how did you resol

Building RF Power Transistors Test fixtures

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 13 09:27:21 EST 2008 | cisridn

I have tried covering the vias with thermal tape and that did not work. I like the idea of plugging the via with a temporary solder mask. I will try that the next time I build a fixture which should be tomorrow. This is mainly a problem only becau

Re: VOC free flux wave solder fixtures

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 06 12:45:28 EDT 1999 | JohnW

I've heard that use of VOC free flux with wavesolder fixtures can be challenging due to entrapment of water in the fixture. Is anyone out there successfully running VOC free with wave fixtures & did you experience problems? If so, how did you

Re: VOC free flux wave solder fixtures

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 06 13:02:41 EDT 1999 | John Thorup

I've heard that use of VOC free flux with wavesolder fixtures can be challenging due to entrapment of water in the fixture. Is anyone out there successfully running VOC free with wave fixtures & did you experience problems? If so, how d

Building RF Power Transistors Test fixtures

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 12 13:00:58 EST 2008 | cisridn

I have to build test fixtures for RF Power transistors. These components generate alot of heat so the PCB is soldered to a baseplate. The problem I am having is that I am getting too much solder flowing thru the via's and flooding the topside of th

Building RF Power Transistors Test fixtures

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 14 17:21:17 EST 2008 | cisridn

Plugging the holes with temporary solder mask helped some, but once the solder starts to reflow, the fumes from the flux pushed the solder mask out. What I ended up doing in addition to using the temporary solder mask was covering the areas of pcb w

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