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cleaning anodized panels

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 13 05:56:55 EST 2008 | johnlee9210

Our front panels (where the controls show) for our assembled amplifiers are anodized and we make sure that it is free from oils or other stains prior packing the whole assembled unit. We just use damp cloth in cleaning and sometimes flux remover for

Reflow soldering of Solar panels

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 21 00:14:10 EDT 2004 | ramanandkini

We wish to use rectangular 4 segment solar panels in our quartz watches & charge the battery. The size of the soalr panel is 18.20mm X 7 mm and the thickness is 1.15mm. The other popular application of this type solar panels is in calculators. These

Reflow soldering of Solar panels

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 21 10:37:34 EDT 2004 | russ

Only the manufacturer of this part can tell you if subjecting the entire assembly through reflow temps is okay. It is not a good assumption that "if a part can be hand soldered it can withstand reflow" there are many connectors/headers/buzzers/etc

looking for heater panels for reflow oven.

Electronics Forum | Tue May 21 13:56:05 EDT 2013 | jayjjackson

I'm looking for heater panels ,4500W , 220/440V for our conceptronics reflow oven.

What size panels for chain oven

Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 23 02:16:52 EDT 2022 | poly

Is there are reason for going for larger (or smaller) boards when designing panels for use with a chain conveyor oven? My panels range from 0.6mm 2 layer (for touch with hatched ground) to 1.6mm 4 layer. I'm planning to go for smaller panels to reduc

What size panels for chain oven

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 25 19:12:17 EDT 2022 | proceng1

I generally do not design an array larger than 10" x 12". Other than just thermal mass, the one issue to watch with extra length is if the array is so large that it spans multiple heat zones at the same time. We have panels that are up to 48" l

What size panels for chain oven

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 26 13:34:18 EDT 2022 | emeto

10x6 to 12x8 is ideal for most equipment. Too small panel is not good too for handling by humans and machines. 1.6mm you can use as and depanel on the router. 0.6mm you might need to run on SMT carrier, if you see warping.

Koh Young Fiducial error multi-up panels

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 11 07:15:16 EDT 2019 | SMTA-John

From what I understand, in the PCB Info window that first pops up when you open CEditor, the number of fids is multiplied by the number of arrays. So if you have a 4-up panel and you enter No. of Arrays = 4 and No. of fids = 2, the machine will look

Koh Young Fiducial error multi-up panels

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 12 09:24:08 EDT 2019 | sarason

If you like you can sen me some files on the Koh Young machine and I can add it to PCBSynerby, It is available for free download here:- http://members.iinet.net.au/~sarason/ sarason

Koh Young Fiducial error multi-up panels

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 10 14:10:08 EDT 2019 | griinder

I am able to create a single board program using gerber and centroid, and teaching footprints. I can then assign 2 global fids(a third never seems to display in Ceditor), and export my pad file. I then open it in ceditor and export the job file. Load

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