Electronics Forum: laser cut stencils (Page 6 of 54)

Re: Laser Cut Stencils

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 01 22:21:45 EST 1999 | Dave F

We make an excellent chem-etch stencil. Our customers have had success printing 16 mil pitch without a problem. This is not an advertisement! When we try to sell our product to new customers, we find more and more people willing to pay more fo

Lead Free Transisition

Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 02 19:06:03 EDT 2007 | gioblast

that I Can still use my old laser cut stencil that I used in leaded process? and also my wave pallet that I have used in leaded process? Your comment is highly appreciated for all lead-free transition recommendation and control.cheers n rgds

0402 stencil design

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 05 13:56:40 EST 2003 | davef

I figure if you need the rest, you don't need these. These strips are from some laser cutting tool fabricator. They give them to their customers [laser cut stencil fabricators] so the customer can do a good job. Yall have a nice day now, y'hear?

Re: Stenciling

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 23 09:55:33 EST 1999 | Dan Hughes

Al, In general, I would agree with Justin and Scott, with the exception that I don't feel a laser cut stencil is required when printing 25 and 20 or even 16 mil pitch. We make a good chem etch stencil that will print fine pitch great if you ev

I want join-ventur partner for stencil maker in Thai.

Electronics Forum | Sun Dec 08 23:40:19 EST 2002 | nonotalent

Hi all, We are currently having problems with > a laser-cut stencil that is electropolished and > nickel plated with 9-mil openings. The paste > does not release well from the apertures. We are > having to wipe after every print. The board is >

mirco bga stencil opening

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 12 09:12:22 EDT 2002 | mhoughton

I have printed and placed similar devices in high volume with exactly this spec for a couple of years with no problems, are you using laser cut stencils and what type of solder paste are you using? and what is the end use of the product as it may nee

mirco bga stencil opening

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 12 09:15:29 EDT 2002 | mhoughton

I have printed and placed similar devices in high volume with exactly this spec for a couple of years with no problems, are you using laser cut stencils and what type of solder paste are you using? and what is the end use of the product as it may nee

BGA Aperture

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 23 11:41:34 EDT 2007 | grantp

Hi, We use 1:1 for 1 mm BGA and it works fine. We used it at 4 thou laser cut stencils when we had a manual stencil printer, but have moved to 5 thou with the DEK and it works ok. We originally went to 4 thou because of paste release, but the DEK

Re: BGA REFLOW PROBLEMS

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 27 08:28:48 EST 2000 | Mark Alder

Dear Robert The reason for the bridging problem you are experiencing on your BGA's is due because of too much solder. The PCB pads need to be at least 15% larger than the sphere size of the BGA balls. If you are not using C4 (63/37) BGA spheres and

Looking for Existing ASSEMBLY BUSINESS FOR SALE

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 29 16:56:53 EST 1998 | Sam Sangani

I'm looking for existing assembly business for sale in Tri-State(NY,NJ,CT)area. We are the largest PC boards and SMT laser CUT stencil manufacturer in the state of NJ. Please contact me directly at 973-284-1600 or E-mail me at pnc@nac.net. Thanks in


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