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SMT Line and vibration next door

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 13 14:44:19 EST 2020 | dwl

I wouldn't think the vibration from weights dropping would be significant enough to effect the SMT machines. If you are concerned, look into placing vibration dampening pads under the machine feet. you don't need anything fancy, just neoprene pads wo

SMT Line and vibration next door

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 13 11:29:39 EST 2020 | rlising

We are planning on installing an SMT Line in our building. We own 75% of the building, there is a crossfit gym next door and they tend to drop weights where we can feel the vibration. Should we be concerned with the SMT Line being set up on that end

Dye and Pry

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 12 07:33:40 EDT 2008 | callckq

Hi All, One PCBA failed test after went through the Shock Test(Vibration) and suspected to be BGA solder ball crack. We performed dye and pry and found PCB's pad lifted with red mark ink penetrate pad underneath, what does this mean? Can I say the

Dye and Pry

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 12 23:00:10 EDT 2008 | davef

You can say: The pad was lifted after reflow and prior to the dye and pry failure analysis. When we see lifted pads, we think: * That's a good solder connection * Either it took a lot of force to lift that pad or the fabrication of the board in the

Dye and Pry

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 13 01:42:58 EDT 2008 | Sean

Thanks Real Chunks and Davef...Yours input is valuable to me. My inputs towards your question asked below: Questions are: * Why did you tell us the following? "This BGA is installed with heatsink (with hook at both side of the heat sink) manually b

Dye and Pry

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 14 11:25:02 EDT 2008 | hegemon

ol' hege has got to agree with Chunks and Dave. Seems every time there is a problem, the finger is first pointed at the process. For my $.02 it doesn't matter if your process is 100% bulletproof, procurement will screw it up by finding a vendor that

Printer and Reflow Oven Recommendations

Electronics Forum | Thu May 14 10:00:14 EDT 2015 | swag

I like MpM personally - run forever and programming is easy and leads you through it. It's hard to miss a step of programming with MpM software. DEK's a little harder (for me) but still very nice controls. The pluses of DEK - DEK has a high freque

Re: SMT Pick and Place

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 01 19:04:45 EDT 1998 | Chris

I run about forty different boards ranging from single to double sided & from 0603 to 324 PBGA. 2> The placement rate is around your spec. 3> And depending on the table arrangement you can get up to & above your feeder needs including several soic vi

Mixing conformal coating and RTV

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 28 11:14:27 EDT 2005 | bbarr

If you apply the RTV after coating, what happens to bond strength since you are now bonding to the coating and not the board? Will the caps still survive vibration and shock? I specify applying RTV before coating for this reason. Am I correct? I als

Printer and Reflow Oven Recommendations

Electronics Forum | Fri May 15 21:39:48 EDT 2015 | jlawson

Reflow.. 1.Rehm (Germany) - Best in Class Best overall process stability heating system ( Alot of makers have started to copy there VX heating arrangement ). COnveyor chains can be a bit more attention in terms of maintenance on rehm , but if foll

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