Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 01 14:18:20 EST 2011 | markyen
We have Heller oven for over 8 years now and we use Heller industries Inc. Edge holder chain lube Part number: 680784 Overon F232-iso vg 220
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 20 14:46:26 EST 2011 | dscott6977
Just wondering if anyone has a Heller reflow oven and is currently or in the past use Tribol 1421 high temp chain oil. Thanks.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 21 11:28:39 EST 2011 | nucleartoast
I worked for Electrovert for 20 years and up till today the 1421 is still the oil of choice. The chain doesn't care who's oven it's running in but it does require regular lubrication.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 27 05:36:37 EST 2011 | 15009
We use it and have had no issues on either oven. 1 Conceptronics, 1 Heller.
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 04 09:30:16 EDT 2008 | grics
If you have concerns, you can look at the datasheet for each component or contact one of their application or materials engineers and find out what the components are rated for...process-wise. IE, how long can I be in the oven with this part, at what
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 25 15:54:22 EDT 2008 | pcbbuilders
I am trying to optimize my reflow profile. i have a 5 zone oven. lead-free: for the 1st 3 zones, i am good, at about 150-200 deg for 150 seconds. during the 4th zone, i am at a temp of 200-220 for 50 seconds. during the 5th zone, i am at 220-245 f
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 04 21:07:16 EST 2014 | sarason
You should ask yourself a bunch of questions before you consider going down this path. The first being where are the bottlenecks in your existing line and is there anything you can do to eliminate or decrease there bottleneckness (made up word). I
Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 04 01:56:37 EST 2012 | eadthem
What we have had recently is a lot of larger thin (32 thou) thickness boards that have had issues with SC90 diodes bouncing off the pads in the final PNP machine. Our setup, universal instruments GC120 or quad beam 30 spindle lightning heads. This m
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 27 23:10:16 EDT 2010 | mbrunton
I am looking at buying a pick and place machine to assemble the circuit boards we make. Most of the boards are small (2 to 10 square inches), most are 2 sided, and have maybe 20-50 parts per side. I use mostly 0805/0603 chips, SOT-23, SOD-123, SOIC
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 17 18:21:43 EST 1999 | Clarissa L. Ortner
We are a small start up. We will be buying a stenciling machine and semi automated pick and place. ( We have the oven) We are presently stenciling without any assit and loading leadless parts only(no fine pitch) by hand. We need to improve thrupu