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Reflow Temperatures and speed for a 7 zone top/bot for conceptro

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 17 07:17:09 EDT 2003 | James

The main problem I am having is getting the Rising slope 1-3 degrees. If I slow the conveyor down then I have too long of a reflow and if I speed it up then my ramp rate is too high. I was not sure if I need my first zones at a low temp or higher t

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 15 19:11:14 EDT 2004 | grayman

Hi, This discussion is really getting long. Fuji and other high speed mounter is great and better than small flexible mounter when it comes to speed.But, I rather suggest a modular mounter specially for subcon companies. Let say we combined 2 or 3 m

High-speed solder paste dispensing. MY500, MY600, FX-D....?

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 23 09:13:12 EST 2014 | jeff701

I'm in a manufacturing environment with a very high mix of boards, and some low-mid volume. A "large" production run might consist of 100 boards. Volume: There are numerous boards that have a volume of 1-3 pieces. There are a few boards with an annua

Reflowing large aluminum electro. caps

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 03 08:42:07 EST 2005 | cyber_wolf

I just ran into a reflow profiling problem with a new assembly that we are processing in SMT. There is a cluster of six or so electrolytic caps that measure approx. .710" wide by .660" tall. They are spaced .100" or so apart. When I run a profile, t

electrically conductive adhesives

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 23 10:36:37 EST 2005 | Indy

Hi Rob, I had tried printig anisotropic conductive adhesive as a replacement for solder paste. Following were my finding. Adv: - curing temp is around 120-150C as compared to 217C (Pb-free) solder. - good electrical conductivity, since it is usual

Selective Soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 03 11:33:09 EDT 2011 | artposada

I have been getting solder balls on the leads of a transformer that I am soldering to my pc board. My parameters are listed below. The board PTH's are .039 The transformer leads are .0255 square. My solder pot temp. is 310C Solder is Lead Free AIM

PB and PB Free on same screen printer

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 11 14:56:27 EDT 2007 | chef

Thank you- my point exactly and it starts in SMT- operators pulling the wrong paste from the fridge, touch up using the wrong solder wire, etc. My solution- GET THE LEAD OUT!!!!! I'm a CM- high mix, low to medium volumes. No steady all day every day

Standard kit in LVHM environment

Electronics Forum | Fri May 09 10:29:23 EDT 2003 | k_h

72 different part numbers, 53 being 8mm, remainder being 12-44mm and 3 tray. It may be low but anymore than 100 and you give up throughput because of feeder locations. And thinking about it, 70-90 is low for a low volume high mix line. I guess if I w

Re: the facts on our server

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 16 12:43:10 EDT 1999 | Brian

Cliff, I'm sending you by e-mail (don't think I can attach a graphics file here) the doc proof that the problem lies between Atlanta and Ft Lauderdale. This was an attempt to trace your routing. From Cyprus, it crossed the Atlantic by West Orange. U

Re: A Blurb about Fujicam

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 08 15:42:57 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

Snip John, You said a bunch. My biggest problem running Fuji, Panasonic, or Sanyo high speed stuff is that they are meant to run free. They are meant, in my mind, to run as thoroughbreds. I watch 6" reels placed on feeders, pl

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