Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 12 11:35:26 EST 2012 | rway
I work for an electronics manufacture. Our end product is on PCBAs. My question is related to the use of safety glasses, which I know are required when doing rework. But here is the question: We ordered side shields for prescription glasses. Wha
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 13 08:27:31 EST 2012 | rway
No, we do not purchase any prescription glasses. Under the OSHA regs, they simply can't rely on their prescription glasses alone. I have informed the manager and supervisors that everyone must wear the safety glasses over their prescription glasses
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 28 11:25:40 EDT 2001 | Hussman
I bounced over to Yahoo and they had a couple. Some digital, some the standard glass type. If you go with the glass type, make sure you buy a plastic graduated cylinder to do your measuring in. Glass on glass ends up in one of em breaking!
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 12 20:31:20 EST 2012 | davef
So, if someone wears prescription glasses, do you purchase ANSI Z87.1 compliant prescription glasses for them?
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 18 15:50:01 EDT 2022 | smith88
IPC states chips and cracks in glass body are defective if beyond specifications. Chips or cracks in glass body beyond the part specification, see Figure 9-18. • Cracked or damaged glass bead beyond part specification (not shown). On some glass
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 20 16:06:38 EST 2000 | Mike Naddra
Regarding glass transition , does anyone have expierance glass wiht transition temperature specification , such as what are the detrimental effects of exceeding the Tg , how long over the glass transition temperature ,if any , is acceptable. Tg of di
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 06 20:57:44 EST 2001 | Kyle
The Universal GSM is a very accurate and repeatable machine. I have had one for the last 5 years and it is still repeatable to +/- .0015". I use a Robotic Vision Systems glass plate kit to check the repeatability. it has glass slugs and glass boar