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Re: the perfect SMT line configuration

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 14 21:10:42 EST 2000 | Jeff

elfego, i used to wwork at a place with the following line layout: * Loader * MPM Hi-E * Triscan Solder Inspection Machine (affectionately called the "Trashcan" by the technicians ;-) * 2 Phillips FCM fast chip mounters * 1 Phillips Topaz "hybrid" (

Re: EMPF Emfasis

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 15 05:54:05 EST 2000 | Wolfgang Busko

Great Dave !!! What would we do without you ? I�ve never seen someone with that much broad knowledge in our field and the will to share it. Your Karma-point score must be one of the highest. I want to thank you (I think in the name of all here) and

Re: Multilayer PTFE Boards

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 20 22:33:10 EST 2000 | Charles Harper

With basic fluorochemical polymers,these problems are inherent,and there is little that can be done on a practical basis.However,Gore,Rogers (www.rogers-corp.com)and Taconic(www.taconic-add.com)have modified PTFE based materials which improve these p

SMTnet 2.0

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 15 20:47:26 EST 2001 | davef

On the "Main Conference" page there's a series of columns. Column 1 contains notices and adverts Column 2 contains unselectable icons that looks something like a stack of pages Column 3 contains circles the turns red when selected Column 4 contains t

new site - wherza newsletter?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 17 21:05:47 EST 2001 | davef

When selecting any issue of the newsletter ... The page cannot be found The page you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Please try the following: If you typed the page addr

Share info for Six sigma - BB

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 27 18:10:55 EST 2001 | davef

I�m unclear about � "BB training"??? "BB candidates"? Is BB [Box-??] [Bhote-??] a Design Of Experiments technique like Taguchi? As a start, the following affect the "attrition rate": * Assembly machine program * Machine calibration and maintenan

Removal of Hot Metal Shield for Rework

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 14 09:16:45 EST 2001 | gsmguru

In the past I've removed shields with a dedicated hot air machine. (Similiar to an SRT) This machine could remove and replace shields using a stereo microscope and a positioning system. Basically a special nozzle is designed for each type of shield.

Soldering fumes

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 20 15:55:59 EST 2001 | CAL

I only inhale flux with a high IPA content.(joke for those who don't know me) I have seen the inside of duct work for our wave soldering machine............NASTY! DAVE F. is right! Flux contains a lot of bad stuff- Chlorides, Bromides, Flourides,

Soldering fumes

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 20 15:59:27 EST 2001 | CAL

I only inhale flux with a high IPA content.(joke for those who don't know me) I have seen the inside of duct work for our wave soldering machine............NASTY! DAVE F. is right! Flux contains a lot of bad stuff- Chlorides, Bromides, Fluorides,

Multitroniks, Quad System and Tyco Info

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 06 15:54:06 EDT 2001 | Fox

I think that anyone who has any questions about Tyco Electronics' offerings as far as equipment should check out their new web site: automation.tycoelectronics.com One other note about the references to Dynapert equipment and their link to Multitron


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