Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 09 10:50:11 EDT 2013 | emeto
Hello everyone, I am curious if you label your solder paste jars with additional label. We want to use our own label showing when the paste was opened and how many hours it was exposed. Any thoughts will be appreciated. Thank you!
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 05 13:30:01 EDT 2011 | leemeyer
We are required by most of our customers to apply a serial # to the boards that we build. As the PC boards have been getting smaller and open areas on the board are getting scarce we have been forced into using smaller and smaller labels. I am lookin
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 26 15:01:09 EDT 2013 | jorge_quijano
Hola Evtimov, I do the same with my Solder Paste Jars, there is a label that is filled by the warehouse guy & by the line operator; time & date the jar arrived to plant, time & date the jar was taken to production line (out of the refrigerator) and t
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 16 02:40:57 EDT 2008 | andrzej
hello, I found on label two information about MSL level : MSL-2 - 240C MSL-3 - 260C Does it corresponds to SnPb and Pb-free ?
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 05 13:54:07 EDT 2011 | jillatchoice
I have a ProPen P3000 for marking metals and plastics. Please email if interested.
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 05 16:08:12 EDT 2011 | tombstonesmt
We use various Zebra printers for 2D barcodes with great success.
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 06 09:30:10 EDT 2011 | leemeyer
We use various Zebra printers for 2D barcodes > with great success. We also have had great sucess with our Zebra's. I think that the labels that we are trying to print now on smaller than the printer (170xii) was designed to handle. I am looking f
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 18 07:50:10 EDT 2008 | scottp
I'm curious if anyone has figured out a clever way to errorproof this. We're exempt from RoHS so we have mostly SnPb products but some Pb free ones at customer request. Of course, we have methods to control moisture sensitive parts, but I worry tha
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 07 09:00:03 EDT 2011 | blnorman
2D codes take up much less real estate so that might work. Something else we did was to go to CO2 lasers and mark directly into the solder mask. Underlying copper gave adequate contrast to the green mask. Much more of an investment, but works grea
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 26 16:26:55 EDT 2013 | emeto
Hi, thanks for your answer. I was thinking to go even deeper by counting the hours the paste was exposed, but it probably doesn't make a lot of sense, especially considering the fact that my operators will add paste when the level goes too low. I wi