Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 19 09:07:45 EST 2015 | cotinc01
We can offer several nozzles to assist with the placement of 0402/0201 components in the four-spindle head. We offer the 06MPF along with custom ceramic tipped nozzles. Most of our standard nozzles for this head type are less than $125.00 each. Chec
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 03 17:54:32 EDT 2005 | PWH
Yea, that seems pretty obvious to me as well but we have a customer that's not buying into running lead-free in conjunction with lead. They strongly believe that we need to install a dedicated lead-free SMT line inclusive of in-line wash system. Th
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 03 12:11:18 EDT 2005 | PWH
Soon we will be manufacturing board assemblies on our SMT lines that will utilize both lead and lead free water soluable solder pastes. I have read some discussion about change-over from lead to lead-free jobs related to machine cleanliness, etc. H
Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 16 09:23:43 EDT 2011 | jebs
Thank you for good answers. The Evest EM-780L machine that I linked to further up has a IPC-9850 at 25000 so if I get half I might be able to get the work done. How many people do you have working on the SMT line? Do you have all you're machines in
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 03 22:16:58 EDT 2005 | Ken
If that's the case, let your customer go. I have run into this situation recently. Q. Why do you not run a dedicated line for lead free? A. You (the customer) give less than 12 weeks forcast and expect us to have a dedicated line for your product?
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 08 21:26:44 EST 2006 | billwestiet
You already have some good answers. A chemical isolation zone for RMA is a good idea. If you are looking for new see the two references you have and Austin America. If you are looking for used, see us at http://www.ietechnology.net. We presently
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 14:41:08 EST 2019 | jrogalski88
I am a fairly new technician with a rather large electronics assembly company. Its been an ongoing issue to pick and place small coils using our Universal SMT machines. Curious if any if the seasoned techs at smt.net have any recommendations as far a
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 18 10:17:15 EDT 2009 | grantp
Hi, You don't need X-ray and all that crap. I would get an old MYDATA TP9 or something like that, and a manual stencil printer and a batch oven or a small inline oven. Should do the trick and be very low cost. Should be simple to use as well. Tha
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 08 12:39:39 EST 2016 | deanm
We have a name brand aqueous batch cleaner that uses a chemical and DI water to clean ROL0 flux from our PCBs. It does ok most of the time for SMT boards and we want to include through hole assemblies as well which should be a better cleaning process
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 30 15:27:34 EDT 1998 | jvo
I've been looking for a vision system which can check our fully mounted boards containing a mix of smt and thru hole. The concepts on all the machines are virtually the same, they got about 12-16 cameras, some pcb fixing and the rest is software.
KVMS was founded in 1999. The company buys and sells WORLDWIDE used and new SMT Production equipment.KVMS deals with the following manufacturers: YAMAHA Assembleon DEK SMT-Wertheim SEHO Nordson Nutek CyberOPTICS Marantz.