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Vitronics Unitherm 500 and Leadfree

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 23 12:10:04 EST 2005 | dphilbrick

Has anyone out there done any lead free testing using a Vitronics Unitherm 500 oven? based on the specs I have dug up on the machine I suspect it should work fine but it would be great to hear from someone that has done it. Thanks in advance.

Vitronics Unitherm 500 and Leadfree

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 24 09:53:03 EST 2005 | aj

Doug, We are getting ready to do some trials at the moment. I have profiled the oven and achieved the Required Temps. that would be desirable. I dont envisage any problems what so ever aslong as who ever is doing the profile fully understands the

and you think youve got it hard

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 05 12:31:47 EDT 2006 | SWAG

I feel your pain - we do the same. My favorite: no extra panels or boards for profile and due to the fact that we're behind on an order, a first article of a fairly complicated board goes from 10 to an order for 500. Myself and production takes th

Omegameter 500 information and possible replacement (ROSE Testing)

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 02 11:11:11 EDT 2017 | jsmith145

Does anybody have any information regarding an Omegameter 500 (Kenco Industries)? We’ve run 4000+ tests with this machine and all have produced a pass result without a single failure, starting to wonder if tests aren’t accurately assessing PCB cleanl

Omegameter 500 information and possible replacement (ROSE Testing)

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 08 16:40:08 EDT 2017 | sumote

I have used one (actually 2) of these machines. The upside is you can point to the print-out and tell your customers that you do test for cleanliness, and you pass. The reality of this test is that it tests for exactly 1 type of contamination. The

Where did it go and will it come back ?

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 22 10:09:53 EST 1999 | Wolfgang Busko

Hello Everybody, I�m afraid I�m not the only one who suffers from sudden inexplicable but certainly foreseeable loss of data on profiles, processes and all the rest concerning this field. To my astonishment it happens every year in late december tha

and you think youve got it hard

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 05 10:54:26 EDT 2006 | slaine

In the last couple of weeks ive been working with a new mechanical design engineer, i knew things were going to be difficult when i caught him putting a trial through a reflow oven using loctight thread lock to hold a smd led in place. but today i ha

and you think youve got it hard

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 05 11:05:10 EDT 2006 | Rob

Most of the time UK companies seem to pose more of a threat to themselves than that of the offshore manufacturing exodus. Wait 'till he puts his lunch through the oven for an oncore.

and you think youve got it hard

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 05 11:21:33 EDT 2006 | samir

At my 2nd company, I had a design EE come down, look at his product running down the line, looks at the reflow oven... He scoffs sarcastically...and then says, "What the hells so hard about this...you're just running it through an oven." Process an

and you think youve got it hard

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 05 11:37:38 EDT 2006 | dougs

I my last company i had to battle all the time for tooling to set up jobs, i asked the product engineering manager to include extra panels in the costs for NPI to be used as reflow profiling panels, he told me they had never needed these before and t

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