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Wavesoldering capability study

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 05 10:11:19 EDT 2007 | ck_the_flip

The variables to study: * Dwell Time * Contact Length * Conveyor Speed * Parallelism * Top-side Substrate Temperature Before wave * Solder Pot temperature All of these variables are inter-related (ie changing one variable will affect another)

Blowholes during wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 11 15:08:11 EDT 2007 | shrek

KRIKIES! If that wasn't a sales pitch, I don't know whut was, me lad. Optimizer is good for DoE's and process characterization, but no substitute for the artform that is wave soldering. When me lads here in Purchasing get PCB's from all over the w

software to produce assembly programs

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 13 16:54:29 EST 2007 | unisoft

Hi Try Unisoft (founded 1986) they are reasonibly priced and program your assembly machine from either gerber or CAD - 203-913-0782. The software you need is called ProntoPLACE ( http://www.unisoft-cim.com/pcbplace.htm ). Programs and optimizes P

Panasonic p&p programming

Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 06 19:43:48 EST 2008 | andrewlog

I think Panasert MSR is a good machine. You can easily program these machines using text files. Panasonic pubishes the format. The CM88 is harder to program. You will need to use the PT200 machine controller program. Different text formats can be imp

Stencil Printing: Single pass vs. Double pass

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 20 10:15:09 EST 2007 | slthomas

Wow, Chunks, condescension becomes you. Not. I think that in this forum when someone mentions *stencil* printing and doesn't specify what material, we tend to gravitate towards a scenario that involves printing solder paste first, then adhesive. If

NEW to Philips Topaz-X need help programming

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 19 12:18:57 EDT 2008 | mikesewell

Assembleon/Philips has their own offline programming software (PPS Gemline) to take you from CAD (they should have a gerber utility) to machine program. A lower cost aproach is something like GC-Preview with the "Plus" option to extract centroids, t

NEW to Philips Topaz-X need help programming

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 19 16:54:29 EDT 2008 | snsmt

Assembleon/Philips has their own offline > programming software (PPS Gemline) to take you > from CAD (they should have a gerber utility) to > machine program. A lower cost aproach is > something like GC-Preview with the "Plus" option > to extra

data tracking software

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 16 11:23:41 EST 2009 | jax

We currently use Unisoft on a limited basis. It was purchased as a low cost solution to track a specific product until we can roll out a more robust tracking package. We are currently moving towards Optimal Electronics. I think their quality package

ProSmt+ Fuji controller

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 16 07:40:06 EDT 2009 | jdengler

Hi Pete, For the price the ProSmt+ is good. I do not have much experience with F4G but do with MCS. It very easy to use with a few exceptions. The PD editor on ProSMT+ is buggy. If you copy a PD edit it and save it under a new name it's lnked so

Flux residue

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 28 01:39:32 EDT 2009 | Sean

Hi All, I have some question about flux residue resulted from non clean process as following: 1) Under what kind of circumstances that flux residue could appear? This residue does not happen during production but did appear after some period of ti


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