Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 17 08:38:30 EST 2002 | Randy Villeneuve
Jim, In most cases if you can eliminate a process you will save money. With that in mind, an all surface mount or all through hole design is prefered. There are alternatives to that rule, like hybrid designs that can be pin and paste soldered. It al
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 25 06:52:56 EST 2020 | dontfeedphils
FYI, in my experience, programming and fine tuning select solder is usually quick and painless.
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 24 01:31:45 EST 2020 | sarason
If your ovens are 480V you may be able to convert them back to 240V by changing out the elements? There are industrial suppliers for oven elements out there. sarason
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 24 17:02:45 EST 2020 | kylehunter
So do you guys really not like running oven's this large at 240V? Or do you just not like the two ovens specifically that I mentioned?
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 25 16:03:44 EST 2020 | kylehunter
Oh no, it's rated at a max of 120A at 208V. We have the power for that. At least the Vitronics is, not sure on the Heller.
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 25 17:07:01 EST 2020 | dontfeedphils
In my experience Heller makes a great, no frills oven that just runs. The only Vitronics oven I've dealt with was over-engineered and gave me nothing but headaches.
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 25 17:41:29 EST 2020 | emeto
What we did not talk about is Mycronic machine. Great choice for small batches.