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Pick and Place Machine

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 19 09:28:48 EDT 2011 | tech1

And don't break often??? Can you define a time frame for the word "often"

Selective Soldering Equipment

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 06 23:41:33 EST 2007 | er_pe

Not only is "designing for the processes is good", it should be required and enforced. Obviuously, one should not conider 'every' design rule - but on most observations. Otherwise those 'smart' OEM's often loose out in the long run. Pssst - they'

Dross Removal

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 12 07:01:45 EST 2000 | Chris Betlejewski

Does anybody know how often you should scrape the dross off the solder pot? What happens if too much dross is left? How often should the solder pot be cleaned?

Printing off contact

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 07 07:50:34 EST 2007 | davef

Jax: Matt works for Sipad. In the past, he has posted questions, often with pix, seeking help resolving production issues, often involving issues with bare boards. He's not pimping his product.

CBGA vs PBGA

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 25 10:33:08 EDT 2000 | Chris

I need to know the advantages or disavantages of a plastic or FR4/Flex based BGA over the ceramic based BGA. We have a BGA package we are going to have produced. Some want to have it made out of ceramic because they feel a ceramic package will be a

solder on gold finger

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 16 09:29:23 EDT 2001 | thrasher7

How do you handle wipe-downs at screen print? This is often a culprit. Just a thought..

missing topics

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 18 13:54:06 EST 2002 | bdoyle

since it doesn't happen often I usually just handle it when it happens. Like now

EMI

Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 06 08:23:05 EDT 2002 | davef

Try: Doug Brooks at staff@ultracad.com He pops in here every so often, but give him a shout.

Ionising Air Gun PM Procedures

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 11 21:06:06 EST 2004 | davef

Real world??? Justify tesing with charged plate analyzer less often.

Angle of board on wave

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 21 15:23:41 EST 2005 | Steve C.

Thanks for the help. It was just the wrong mix. Ie: No thinner. Need to check them more often. Cheers

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