Electronics Forum | Thu May 26 15:28:41 EDT 2005 | jh0n!
It looks like there's another one or two threads somewhat similar, but allow me to pose another. We've only about two years experience in SMD production, and we're just starting to really ramp-up. As we stand right now, I'm not recieving informatio
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 06 09:51:23 EDT 2005 | Jack
Doug, It always seems easier to fix one or two problems by eye at the time. The real problem comes when the customer wants the same board run again later. You're okay if you saved the corrected placement routine, but if you end up moving the job t
Electronics Forum | Thu May 26 19:29:35 EDT 2005 | jh0n!
Yeah - I can handle most scripting/programming - but I'm completely unfamiliar with this side of these machines. For example, when looking at the Aegis software, they're tracking real-time defects, etc....That's what I'm curious about there - how to
Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 14 22:58:17 EDT 2005 | crishan
Hi All, I would like help in establishing what is a feasible PPM reject rate from a typical SMD line. As a reference an SMD line consists of, solder paste printer, chip component placement, pick and place IC components and reflow. What is a bench
Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 12 09:40:04 EDT 1999 | Wayne S.
hello having a problem with one customers bare boards not matching my stencil apertures. i design stencils based on gerber data and reduce up to 15% on some pads. do some board houses reduce pads after receiving gerber data???why would they do that
Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 12 10:08:55 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon
hello having a problem with one customers bare boards not matching my stencil apertures. i design stencils based on gerber data and reduce up to 15% on some pads. do some board houses reduce pads after receiving gerber data???why would they d