Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 23 14:59:56 EDT 2001 | relensky
I have been using pallet from Integrated Ideas and Technologies (www.integratedideas.com). They offer a "laminated" pallet that can have the various layers cut in several thicknesses. They are very helpful and willing to solve problems. The best p
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 28 08:24:55 EST 2020 | spoiltforchoice
Stencil foil for a frame £120, 6-11mm thick wallet on a hanger (assuming 1 per wallet and they can easily share) Framed stencil 30mm+ thick box on a very big sturdy shelf and I have 100s, can be double the price or more. I would have said "Framed"
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 06 10:25:28 EDT 2003 | mleber
Thanks to all who have responded. The boards we are waving are approximately 14X14. SMT bottomside, lots of Dips topside, M39014 caps, and a variety of resistors and diodes. Lead to hole ratio looks good. Board thickness is .090". Picture frame palle
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 05 15:52:02 EDT 2012 | stentech
What size frame are you using and what thickness and size is your stencil. I would ask your stencil vendor for their positional accuracy over 20-36 inches x-y. We have the capability also to make a photoplot in a controlled environment and over lay i
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 03 16:46:59 EDT 2001 | davef
It's OK to have a thin film or haze of paste left on the stencil. Printing nice bricks of paste is the important thing. Assuming you know these things, so tell us more about your situation. PRINT QUALITY: What do your paste deposits look like?
Electronics Forum | Thu May 12 12:57:17 EDT 2022 | spoiltforchoice
Our VG stencil boxes are 10-12mm thick, I can buy VG stencils from just about anyone as well as compatible "improved" variants like Optiguard. They are affordable, and I have never damaged one, neither have I damaged perforated foil Genesis stencils,
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 19 20:33:14 EDT 2006 | davef
I just flew in from (insert city) and boy are my arms tired. pr: Likely, you're correct. The "pound-inch" units should have been the give-away, for us. Good catch. If this is the case, the frame fabricator would be the best source for tensioning
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 12 20:47:41 EDT 2001 | ianchan
Hi mates, anyone done SMT process for micro-lead frame (flip-chip)before? Appreciate any process control caution points from the experienced guys (yonder the deep blue seas) who have done this product before. 1) pcb thickness 2) pitch-to-pitch (co