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Philips CSM84VZ

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 23 14:59:01 EDT 2004 | msjohnston1

Sorry, but I had the pleasure or pain of working with a number of CSM84VZ machines. They use very old technology and are not worth the pain of trying to get them to work even if the price is right. By the way we got rid of a number of these boat anc

Converting Package Info.

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 01 19:55:21 EST 2002 | davef

What no flat, comma delimited ASCII, file? Er, maybe Excel? What yer proposing sounds painful.

Capacitor securing

Electronics Forum | Wed May 25 10:29:41 EDT 2005 | chunks

Hot melt from a glue gun. Works well but a pain if the part has to be replaced.

Boards getting

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 12 20:26:27 EDT 2005 | dorklover664

Run on the "mesh" for the first side. Then on the chain of the second. It's a quick fix for a pain in the ass problem.

PIP plus

Electronics Forum | Tue May 09 09:15:34 EDT 2006 | Chunks

Yoinks. I'd look selective solder. Preforms are a pain, but try for yourself.

Growing pains

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 12 14:16:34 EST 2013 | swag

Thorough and up to date work instructions.

SMT adhesive suggestions?

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 05 10:36:47 EDT 2007 | dwanzek

Hope you found an adhesive that works for you Dback. Thought I felt sharp pain in my back for awhile as did not follow up on this string. Then again, a response may prolong the pain, oh well figured a need for accurate information. FYI for RealHuss

My-Data TP9-UFP info please!!!

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 30 09:55:50 EDT 2007 | rgduval

We're running an older TP9-U, and clocking in somewhere around 3000 cph, realistically. Placements, however, are very accurate. Works fine down to 0402's, high-pin count QFPs, etc. My -U doesn't do great on optical centering...it works, but it's a

Solder Cracks

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 18 18:18:43 EDT 2001 | davef

Finding and troubleshooting cracked BGA solder connections are a real pain in the neck. Please describe how xray fits into this process, the type of machine used, and how that machine is used in conjunction with other equipment.

CP FEEDER TAKE UP REELS

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 01 22:12:22 EST 1998 | ZHIGANG LU

Our CP feeder take up reels often break,The glue in tabs are a pain and replacement is expensive.Any solution?

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