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Tooling pins

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 23 20:06:49 EDT 1999 | Peter

I am looking for a source of tooling pins (various diameters) which can be easily attached (ie. taped) to pieces of FR-4 stock to allow for quick and cheap fixtures to run in my smt machines. I've seen these in the past where the pins are attached t

non magnetic header pins

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 02 09:59:10 EST 2005 | David

tring to find non magenetic surface mount header pins

Insulator against Solder pins

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 18 16:55:08 EDT 2011 | asksmt

Hi All, i am soldering battery to the back side of PCB and there are some TH Pins comes right BELOW the battery body. Can you please suggest any kind of insulating material / tape which i can use and the insulator between solder pins and battery bod

Fuji CP6 back-up pins

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 25 09:56:39 EDT 2005 | cyber_wolf

Can anyone tell me what he overall height of a CP6 board support/backup pin is supposed to be? They don't sell the back up pins as an assembly. It looks like you have to buy them piece by piece and set the height yourself. Thanks

Re: Tooling pins

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 23 20:56:29 EDT 1999 | Dave F

I am looking for a source of tooling pins (various diameters) which can be easily attached (ie. taped) to pieces of FR-4 stock to allow for quick and cheap fixtures to run in my smt machines. I've seen these in the past where the pins are attached

Fuji CP6 back-up pins

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 25 11:15:16 EDT 2005 | dougs

do you mean the board support pins? generally anytime i've set these up i've just set the height as i've went, i put the pin under the board, with the board clamped, and move it up until it touches the board and set it there. you just need to make

Fuji CP6 back-up pins

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 25 14:41:06 EDT 2005 | jdengler

The height varies with board thickness. The top of the board is always held at the same height so as the board thickness increases the pin height decreases. Jerry

Re: Tooling pins

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 24 15:06:06 EDT 1999 | John Thorup

I am looking for a source of tooling pins (various diameters) which can be easily attached (ie. taped) to pieces of FR-4 stock to allow for quick and cheap fixtures to run in my smt machines. I've seen these in the past where the pins are attach

Excess solder on pins

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 08 15:18:20 EDT 1998 | Upinder Singh

We are wave soldering a board having 24 similar thru hole connectors on it, using a wave soldering pallet. The problem is that one particular pin of connector in around 6-9 connectors get excess solder on the bottom side. I have tried all the parame

Insulator against Solder pins

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 19 09:46:55 EDT 2011 | davef

Try 'fish paper' it's a vulcanized fiber sheet

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