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No such thing as a Compact Reflow Oven?

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 18 20:02:48 EDT 2018 | reckless

Thanks for your help every time! You are right table top units are a joke. For smaller conveyor ovens I found two major brands: Manix (no longer makes ovens) and Manncorp. The manncorp unit I am looking at does not have a bottom heat zone. Mos

Universal Genesis Inline7

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 20 11:19:07 EST 2018 | spoiltforchoice

Ahh but you're missing the key points. The YSM40 is in no way ever intended to operate on its own, to keep those 4 heads busy they all need to be placing high volume parts, combined with a high throughput of PCB's probably in dual lane mode which in

Faster Than Lightning!

Electronics Forum | Mon May 13 02:14:04 EDT 2019 | tsvetan

All these generalizations are non sense. What real cph you will receive depend on many factors: - paths optimization - what number of feeders are used - what number of nozzle changes has your job - how fast is the recognition for small and big part

Advice regarding PnP machine

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 23 07:40:17 EDT 2019 | spoiltforchoice

A fair price.... well its the feeders that retain value. I know if you were to sell an Essemtec distributor a machine with say 10 banks of CLM feeders that old, they would give you perhaps only £10k. Refurb CLM feeders are ~£3k gbp (or about 1/2 of n

COMMERCIAL POSTS ON FORUM

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 09 18:22:06 EDT 2019 | spoiltforchoice

Not easy is it. However this forum is not exactly throbbing with activity and I think anything that encourages more people to use it is a good thing. That includes useful input from people selling tools, equipment & services we might use. Perhaps if

Re: In-line lead trimmers

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 23 16:19:14 EDT 1998 | Dave f

I have been requested to explore the possibilities of using an inline lead trimmer in our manufacturing process. I have a few questions I need answered. 1. Can anyone recommend a good model of trimmer for in-line use? 2. We do double sided SMT,

Re: Dross Skimmin'

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 01 14:30:48 EST 1998 | John

All y'll: I could use your input on determining when to skim dross from a wave solder pot. On one hand, dross protects the surface of the solder from oxidation. On the other hand too much dross may affect

Re: Registration - Welome back, Earl (?)

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 20 07:49:53 EDT 1999 | Ben Kirk

Dear Earl, Steve, Scott, Bob, Brian, and All, We want to thank you for starting or participating in the dialog and for your continued input, both technical and site related. Our vision at SMTnet is to create the most effective �

Re: HASL - again?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 18 14:19:29 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

Now don't everyone jump on this at once, but it seems time for me to send out copies of my not even close to being dated copy of an article about HASL. Though it was published in 1992, in Printed Circuit Fabrication Magazine, and it got rave re

Re: HASL - again?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 18 14:28:14 EDT 1999 | Scott Cook

Now don't everyone jump on this at once, but it seems time for me to send out copies of my not even close to being dated copy of an article about HASL. Though it was published in 1992, in Printed Circuit Fabrication Magazine, and it got rave revi


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