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Dek Vector Guard?

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 12 10:20:00 EST 2013 | kkay

We are currently looking into purchasing the Dek vector guard system and would like any feedback from current users. Does the system hold up over time and does it break down often? Any info would be great!

DEK VectorGuard stencil system.

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 04 09:46:09 EDT 2008 | jseagle

We currently use the VectorGuard stencils and love them. They are so easy to set and remove from the frame and weigh almost nothing. We get very good prints, we do 0402 and 16mil. We previously tried the Tetra system and were not happy due to the

Dek Vector Guard?

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 17 18:11:26 EST 2013 | swag

We've got a couple, never had a problem in 2 years. We like them.

SMT Printing Stencil Storage

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 29 14:34:35 EDT 2022 | emeto

Space saver frame takes same space as Vector Guard.

smd lead forming and cutting

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 10 06:58:48 EDT 2004 | dka123

dear all, kindly guide me for the use of space electronics hardware assembky of PQFPs and Cqfps, how to form the flat pack leads, bend for 240 pins of 20 mil pitch and what are the Mil standards for them.how to cut the lead guards.can we use FP5 elit

Dek Vector Guard?

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 13 11:28:47 EST 2013 | island2013

I've used the DEK Vector Guard system in the past. We had three of them and we did alot of change overs. They held up really well and our stencil storage went from rack upon rack upon rack to a very small space. It was worth the money and the perf

Re: Soldering to Paladium vs. Tin_Lead plated comps

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 23 10:39:37 EST 1998 | Igmar

| I have been involved in SMT for only a few months so I am coming from a position of extreame ignorance. I have been asked to investigate the differences in soldering to components with Paladium coated leads vs the standard Tin_lead. I would appre

Dek Vector Guard?

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 12 13:52:55 EST 2013 | emeto

Vector guard is ok. Advantage is the space you save on stencils. We have 6 frames - I had to repair some of them through the years of usage - basically some of the tubes inside warn out and have to be replaced. Of courcce they have some mechanical li

Dek Vector Guard?

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 18 07:22:23 EST 2013 | davlec

We have not tried VectorGuard, so I cannot comment on that specific solution. However we have been using a Tecan Genesis system for several years and are very pleased with it. Unlike the DEK solution, the tensioning is entirely mechanical so there is

Re: gold fingers over wave

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 14 09:36:49 EST 2000 | Richard

If the gold fingers are pad types which plug into expansion slot connectors, I have used a titanium guard attached to the wave conveyor over the solder pot, which allows the PCB to connect to the fingers but masks the solder from the gold pads along

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