Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 08 16:44:18 EST 2005 | eeltec
I am looking for Metal Squeegee blades, 15 7/8" long, angled, for a deHart stencil printer model EL-20. Can you recomend me a good and unexpensive supplier? Thanks Greg
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 12 00:52:24 EST 2005 | cindyleng
Dear Greg, We can manufactured various of Metal squeegee blades, pls give me email address, i'll send the picture to you. Tks and B.Rds Cindy Leng HWATALI TECHNOLOGY (HK) CO TEL: 86-755-83016463 FAX: 86-755-83016648 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 08 18:52:17 EST 2005 | valuems
Hello Greg I believe a you can get them from JNJ, not sure of the phone number. Try a web site and I know that they have a 1-800 number, so 800 information would find them. Harry
Electronics Forum | Sun Dec 11 22:21:26 EST 2005 | darby
That's correct Dave, have been for over 11years. We are still using them on all lines. For the cost of a 460mm s/s shim at 0.010" thickness you get six blades. Darby.
Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 10 08:02:18 EST 2005 | davef
Consider: * Your machine supplier * Transition Automation http://www.transitionautomation.com * A couple of years ago, Darby I think, talked here on SMTnet about using a stainless steel blade that he had made. Basically, he provided his stencil fab
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 03 23:24:06 EST 2008 | Mag10
I have a project to evaluate solderability of various metals or plated finish. I'd like to tap in to get some advise. The project is to evaluate solderability of various metals or plated finishes for RF shield application with reflow. Due to the hig
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 12 11:00:42 EDT 2010 | hegemon
Without seeing a picture, my first instinct would be first and foremost some fixturing that provides full support for your print process. After that, since you are citing bow and twist, consider that the fixturing might as well travel through the ov
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 12 14:17:19 EDT 2010 | mikesewell
You might reduce your panel size, cut it in half and rotate to better utilize your edge clamping/board supports. Tape off your current stencil and see if it improves the print. A new stencil and a little extra handling may be cheaper than tooling.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 11 18:35:17 EDT 2010 | julie1
Anyone work with or have knowledge about metal core/clad boards? The board I'm working with is approximately 2" X 3/4" aluminum core pcb, in a 56 up array. There are 3 LED placements per board. I'm having trouble getting a consistent screen print.
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 04 09:12:35 EST 2008 | davef
Q1. What would you recommend for the best practice or comparison? A1. We'd go with dip & look. It's easy and cheap, requires no advanced degrees in measurology. Have you reviewed "J-STD-002B - Solderability Tests for Component Leads, Terminations, Lu