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Applying past with CamAlot

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 23 21:04:03 EDT 2001 | davef

We don't use the machine you suggest, but dispensing paste in front of a placer is a very powerful set-up for some production environments. Check the fine SMTnet Archives for a comparison between dispensing and printing paste.

Applying past with CamAlot

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 27 21:33:14 EDT 2001 | Dreamsniper

Why do you want to apply paste by dispensing ? Have you given up all the solutions for your solder paste printing? The cost effective way of using your Cam/Alot is to dispense adhesive. And use your Stencil Printer to apply solder paste. That's what

Stencil past height issue

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 21 20:22:46 EST 2006 | mnguyen

Hi, I am having problem looking through IPC and finding according to ISO spec what should the paste height requirement vs stencil. EXAMPLE: The stencil is 5mils thick and according to the specs we have on paste height measurement the max height to be

Applying past with CamAlot

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 22 12:52:57 EDT 2001 | Charlie

Would like to hear the pro and cons of using a machine like CamAlot 3800 to apply past to PCB. What has been to your experiences?

Applying past with CamAlot

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 22 14:24:39 EDT 2001 | markhoch

I used a CamAlot 5000 to apply conductive epoxy on an aluminum substrate about 4 years ago. I used the largest diameter nozzle CamAlot had, and I bumped the dispense and dwell times way up. It was the slowest stage in the process, but it worked out o

Stencil past height issue

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 21 21:17:41 EST 2006 | Cal Kolokoy

M, The paste height is what you establish it as. You're probably using a laser measurement system, and these depend on where your reference datum is. Some will measure from a silkscreen, a trace, or solder mask. These add height, not to mention H

Applying past with CamAlot

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 27 22:48:21 EDT 2001 | dougk

Used an older model of the one you described. Have used Asymtech and Fuji's as well. The Camalot is accurate, reliable, and easy to program. The only things I disliked about it was that is was slower than the fuji's, and if the pressures weren't set

Applying past with CamAlot

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 27 16:22:22 EDT 2001 | seand

Hello Everyone, This is the core application for the 3800. I have a number of customers with these systems that are extremely happy with them in my territory. If you contact your local Speedline-Camalot Representative, they should be able to get y

Rohs finish with lead past

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 02 13:01:11 EST 2008 | floydf

Does anyone know if it possible to use Sn63/Pb37 paste on a board with Sn100 finish. Any thoughts on this will be greatly appreciated.

Rohs finish with lead past

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 03 07:26:35 EST 2008 | realchunks

Careful on fine pitch QFPs. They will be your weakest joint if your parts are no-lead. And don't think you can simply run a no-lead profile either. Depending on your paste, you cannot simply run your profile in the no-lead temps and expect your fl

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