Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 06 10:52:52 EDT 2000 | Peter Loten
we actually make AOI systems so I'm biased, but it really depends on what problems you have (or think you have). Systems like Scanning systems tend to be lower cost and have some physical limits but will not do as much asan inline system with camera'
Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 03 12:54:05 EDT 2011 | waveroom
I have sold them all and you are correct. Over the last five to eight years there has been a down turn in customer support from the big two. I would suggest Aim solder out of Rhode Island. Their service is excellent, they do provide on site assistanc
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 15 10:55:22 EDT 2013 | capse
You should take a look at Universal Instrument. http://www.uic.com You can search odd form component placement for a list of relevant web pages. UIC has several solutions for your application. FYI, I represent UIC in the southeastern USA. So, I'm bi
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 25 02:17:20 EDT 2017 | tsvetan
Out of these only Eagle and KiCad are capable to do designs above basic amateurish level. Eagle is in great decline since they were aquired by Autodesk and changed their licensee policy. I'm biased but KiCad will be good choice for long term - alw
Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 25 11:11:09 EDT 1998 | Mike Moninger
| Be consistant on: | 1 Keeping the coating material thinned. | 2 Using the same dipping motion on each board. Amen on thinning the coating, and you might also be concerned about the curing mechanism for the coating. Moisture-cured and 2 component
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 11 20:56:29 EST 2000 | Dave F
I'm with ya John. I'm afraid I'm in brain lock on picturing the situation, mostly because of my bias against waving second side MELF. I know people do it, but we've never had good luck. It would be good if we could have a clear process flow to hel
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 02 13:24:45 EDT 2019 | pace_worldwide
Unlike Solderpro, I'll admit I'm just a bit biased towards PACE's new ADS200 High Powered Professional Soldering Station. Up to 120 Watts of pure power in an inexpensive, all metal package ($239 in the US), as powerful as a Metcal, JBC and Hakko, yet
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 11 15:20:29 EST 1999 | Chrys
| I have an Electrovert UPK 660c fitted with IR preheats top and bottom. We assemble a large range of multilayer backplanes and I was wondering if there are any advantages in changing to convection preheats.Has anybody got any views on the subject.
Electronics Forum | Wed May 25 15:10:21 EDT 2011 | brockltd
As the Americas distributor, there's a chance that I'm severly biased here but even with that, you should check out the Cluso Vision System for FAI. I've worked with many AOI platforms over the years, back even when each machine shipped with it's own
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 12 15:11:20 EST 1999 | Earl Moon
| | I have an Electrovert UPK 660c fitted with IR preheats top and bottom. We assemble a large range of multilayer backplanes and I was wondering if there are any advantages in changing to convection preheats.Has anybody got any views on the subject.