Electronics Forum | Fri May 17 14:12:17 EDT 2002 | dason_c
Not now, Valor may under develop the module for its Trilogy 5000 with the stencil aperture based on the rules which you set. Also, check with IRI stencil (Alpha), they have a s/w and based on using ODB++ file and not Gerber. Rgds.
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 11 23:01:10 EST 1998 | Jason
| The only announcement that I have seen affects the line of printers (SMTech was purchased by Quad several years ago). | | is it true that Quad Systems has been acquired by Speedline? Can anyone confirm or deny this? | | | | SMTech was purchased
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 25 05:17:08 EDT 2019 | pdrirrework
Hello All, Using IR will mean that there is no minimum distance to the adjacent components as there is not hot air flow. If components are heat sensitive around the BGA you can also tape them off with a reflective tape. The IR heat will bounce strai
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 23 14:35:14 EST 1998 | MMurphy
| Does any body know stencil manufacturer in states or south east asia for electroforming processes and step down from 5mil to 3mil. | | Thanks! | Hi Daniel, let me guess, you were using AMTX? Too bad their out of business, they made good products.
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 18 13:58:01 EDT 2001 | ert002
50%) only over the appertures where there was poor support. Most prints took 2 knead strokes to print OK, but this caused fine pitch leaded devices to almost short. stencil had to be be wiped after kneading. 2 similar devices with exactly the same
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 24 07:09:16 EDT 1999 | Brian
| | This is out of the normal scope of this site but� | | | | I am in search of a Digital Camera for use with documentation instructions. What would be the Minimum Resolution that I should require? I will need details of assemblies such as Compone
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 16 09:01:18 EDT 2007 | Steve
The best station I've ever worked with is a focused IR station from PDR. The station that I had was called a; "Lightmaster Pro". They have a different model name now, but you can see a datasheet for it at: http://www.pdr.co.uk/Datasheets/PDRX410-IR-