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Re: Problems with e-mail

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 18 13:19:50 EST 2000 | Steve Thomas

I have found that when I first bring up smtnet.com and haven't yet logged into email, it gives me nada when I do. But if I then leave email w/o logging off, when I go back it works fine. Strange, but true........

Re: Mail Service

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 16 21:50:23 EST 2000 | Stu Leech

I must be having a "mature-moment." My mailbox has two messages in it. The pop-up shows them in que but I can't find the magic button to open them. I click on the "personal mail" button and nada happens. What's the trick? Stu

Intelligent feeders

Electronics Forum | Thu May 15 12:15:08 EDT 2008 | slthomas

Have you tried buying them a drink? Sorry, I got nada but it's my Friday, so, well, there you have it. ;)

Solder Balls

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 01 12:50:38 EST 2001 | slthomas

I side (not that we every actually choose sides here) with the other poster re: reducing solder volume. There is a solder manufacturer that advertises regularly in trade mags. that there are "Absolutely! NONE....NIL....NADA.....mid chip beading/mic

Sulfamate Nickel Finish

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 21 15:28:02 EDT 2004 | markhoch

I have a new customer who is recommending a Sulfamate Nickel Finish for his boards. I'm not really familiar with this process. Is anybody else? How does it differ from electroless nickel? Can a standard NC solder paste cut the mustard with this stuff

CP-642 sometimes does not finish power up sequence. It hangs.

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 22 12:50:39 EDT 2020 | rodrigo

Hi all, One of our Fuji CP-642 machines has a weird problem. It does not happen every time but often enough that it is a problem. I power up and press start to zero it. The problem is the zero...ing does not finish. It moves the xy-table, D1/D2 table

Re: Operating a SMT system

Electronics Forum | Thu May 18 03:13:13 EDT 2000 | Earl Moon

Bait, my ass. Something so thinly vailed is what I'm talking about on this forum. However, Janet is a prime example of someone needing help and you folks kindly offered with good advice. How could you not give good advice to someone needing everythin

THnet.com-Amistar Weirdness Question

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 10 07:52:15 EDT 1998 | smd

Most of you guys probably wish TH would just go away. Maybe for some of you it has. We have some older but very successful WAN controller boards using TH parts so we get to use automated equipment for this. We have an Amistar CI-3000 inserter that so

Solder balls after wavesolder

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 14 20:28:24 EST 2001 | davef

Not to worry. Just run the boards through the cleaner. It will remove all the solder balls. The gross filter on your washer will collect all the solder balls. Coo eh? ;-) How to cure SM? Is your mask UV, er thermal? After learning the type, you

Re: Micro-BGA soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 27 16:44:31 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

| | | Presently protos of micro-bgas (80i/o) pitch .030/.031 | | | 12BGA per assembly | | | | | | The board is a (.062, 4 layers) FR-4 using Dry film | | | Pads .014inch | | | Vias within footprint .020inch | | | Vias to be filled by bottom side(sol

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