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High temp grease needed

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 23 14:23:00 EDT 2005 | pjc

Most ovens I know use oil to lubricate conveyor chain, not grease. Anyway, is this what you're using: NMG No Melt Grease NLGI 2 (operates from -20�C to +270�C) NMG is a long-fibred highly adhesive grease which does not melt or drip at high temperat

intermittent accessory power failure

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 09 11:18:23 EDT 2013 | shirjer

We have a Vansco system on our 2005 Alpine Coach motor home. We have an intermittent outage problem with the 12V lighter socket. I can plug something in, like the tire sensor monitor, or the GPS, and after I remove it, the outlet no longer works, n

Miss Prints

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 04 14:39:35 EDT 2008 | bschreiber

Jim, There are several articles on Misprint cleaning at http://www.smartsonic.com/article.html including the "Stencil and Misprint Cleaning Handbook" by the IPC. Real Chunks, We have replaced several pneumatic stencil cleaners over the years that we

Soldering robot and solder balls

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 22 15:05:55 EDT 2017 | solderingpro

There are several different technologies in the industry today to assist in the out-gassing of flux cores. On automated soldering systems, there are two main types of perforating solder feeders: - Hole Drilling - "V" Scoring By perforating the so

PROBLEMS WHILE GLUE PRINTING

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 20 20:15:55 EDT 2001 | davef

We use glue for all kinds of purposes. [See, first we glue the lock on the office door. Then, we glue dadour locks on dakah. Next, we glue the ignition of the Benz. Now, webee gon stylin�, uh huh!] Oooops, sorry got lost there for a minute, the

Hey Ya'll, let's talk about Lead fer' a bit...

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 30 15:09:56 EDT 1999 | Steve Gregory

How's the "Great Gas-out" going for ya'll? Myself, I'm doing real good! Haven't farted all day...(GRIN) Anyways, a thread got started down below about this so-called "Lead Free" stuff, and I just wanna' put my two cents in about the whole thing. We

Re: Hey Ya'll, let's talk about Lead fer' a bit...

Electronics Forum | Mon May 03 16:59:52 EDT 1999 | Wayne Bracy

How's the "Great Gas-out" going for ya'll? Myself, I'm doing real good! Haven't farted all day...(GRIN) Anyways, a thread got started down below about this so-called "Lead Free" stuff, and I just wanna' put my two cents in about the whole

Stencil cleaners.

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 17 13:37:35 EDT 2006 | carln

Here is something I copied from Circuitnet.com. This appears to answer your question and then some... http://www.circuitnet.com/experts/ Ask the Experts Jul 17, 2006 What type of cleaner method is preferred for lead-free stencils? What type of s

Re: Hey Ya'll, let's talk about Lead fer' a bit...

Electronics Forum | Sat May 01 09:18:08 EDT 1999 | Bob Willis

How's the "Great Gas-out" going for ya'll? Myself, I'm doing real good! Haven't farted all day...(GRIN) Anyways, a thread got started down below about this so-called "Lead Free" stuff, and I just wanna' put my two cents in about the whole

Re: Hey Ya'll, let's talk about Lead fer' a bit...

Electronics Forum | Sun May 02 18:44:26 EDT 1999 | JohnW

How's the "Great Gas-out" going for ya'll? Myself, I'm doing real good! Haven't farted all day...(GRIN) Anyways, a thread got started down below about this so-called "Lead Free" stuff, and I just wanna' put my two cents in about

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