Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 11 13:37:35 EDT 2001 | Stefan
The pressure sensitive tape is used as an alternative to heat sealed cover tape. It works usually quite well and is easily applied by the taping machine, but it can create some problems in the tape feeder. In the Surftape, Cal is referring to, the c
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 25 13:55:36 EDT 2000 | Rob Cass
Sequenced tape and reel I have talked with several companies, regarding sequence taping and reeling of axial components. However, non-are capable of SEQUENCING tape and reels for axial insertion. Please let me know of any companies that SEQUENCE.
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 14:10:24 EDT 2001 | cal
I am confused. You are using pressure sensitive tape. the pessure sensitive tape i have seen does not use cover tape.The pressure sensitive tape I am familiar with is called "Surftape" could you provide some more clarification?? Surftape is more co
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 16 12:55:27 EDT 2002 | davef
We send parts out to be tape & reeled. We do not send all loose parts out to be tape & reeled. As you would expect, we base our decision on: * T&R service company lead time * Our production schedule * Cost benefit of T&R versus some other productio
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 24 15:20:27 EST 2000 | Chris McDonald
I have recently purchased a Tape and reel machine from V-Tech. We are using Presure Sensitive tape and we are not geting good results. Anything bigger that a SOIC14/16 gives us trouble. The cover tape will pull off on the feeder and we will lose part
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 10 12:22:08 EDT 2001 | Kevin
Cal, There are several suppliers of cover tape materials that do not require heat to activate the adhesive. 3M and Advantek are likely the leaders. There are relatively few T&R machines that can handle both heat and non-heat applications - as Chri
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 22 13:07:25 EST 2004 | Richard Y
Try these guys out: http://www.cornetttapingproducts.com/ Tell the owner Chuck I reffered you. He's a great guy and is very reasonable. He even gives me hours in turn times AND that's making the tape and T&R the parts!
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 10 11:43:11 EST 2004 | Bill Aldeen
My name is Bill Aldeen, and I own and operate Nu-Way Electronics, Inc. We provide Tape & Reel packaging service for surface mount and through-hole electronic components. We're in the Chicago area, and we serve all of North America competitively. W