Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 10 19:24:53 EDT 2003 | MA/NY DDave
Hi SMTAnet, SMTnet, You already got good answers for how to go forward. I believe that this 50mils is a remnant of the days when we started at 125 mil grids and started the process of going down to 100mil grids, SMT. My gosh who would ever want a 1
Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 29 02:46:33 EDT 2006 | rogerw_tech
hi everyone what does ball grid array and pin grid array mean? thank
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 24 12:27:21 EST 2007 | Tyrone Jamal Washington
This option sounds like it defeats the purpose of Grid-lok.
Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 05 10:00:08 EST 2020 | davef
I don't believe that there is a Grid-Lok stencil printer. Grid-Lok is a board support add-on product for placement and printer machines developed by Ovation Products [ Bethlehem, PA, USA, 1-855-GRID-LOK or +1-484-893-1028, email@example.com ovation-p
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 24 08:12:21 EST 2007 | Hussman
Turn off Grid-Lok, turn off side clamps. Use hand inserted tooling (yeah, you may have to do some thinking here)for support. If you have vacuum, turn it on. People still use Grid-Lok?
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 24 13:25:26 EST 2007 | pr
Grid-lok only supports the board, so why would what I suggested defeat the purpose of the grid-lok? You still falling down when you mark your golf ball, Tyrone?????
Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 04 14:11:55 EST 2020 | John
Hi, I am asked to review a screen printer to buy, and someone told me GridLok screen printer. Can anyone advise me what benefits GridLok offer? And which models from which suppliers are recommendable? Any advice will be appreciated. John
Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 29 08:42:25 EST 2003 | davef
YiEng, MA/NY DDave There are numerous package types that now fall under the rubric of land grid. Land grid devices [ie, BCC�, LGA, QFN, MicroLeadFrame�, etc] are essentially BGA devices with the balls removed and with no solder on the pads. General
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 28 11:15:20 EST 2006 | billyd
In my last life we had pretty good luck with the Grid-lok system. Just not very good for extremely large boards, or very thin ones. (Tends to push thin ones up and bend them before the table rises. **On DEK printers, mind you) Form-flex was a nightma
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 06 16:58:45 EST 2020 | cbeneat
I would recommend quik-tool. Jim Bernhard essentally the inventor of Grid lok left when they went to DEK. Started quik-tool, we use grid-lok in our printers, quik-tool in our Panasonic P&P instead of support pins. Like quik-tool alot more. JBernhard@