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Stenciling chipbonder.....

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 22 15:22:53 EST 2003 | davef

Hey "Dispenser Boy" does this mean we can have your machine? ;P I'll be out to supervise the packing with a Hook in my hand. Poke around the fine SMTnet Archives to get started on aperture design. 7525, Stencil Design Guidelines is pretty much of

BGA bake out....

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 28 14:45:50 EDT 2004 | davef

JDumont: In trying to find the paper that Francois referenced, poke around his site [ http://www.cogiscan.com ], where he's collected a bunch of papers on the control of moisture sensitivity in components.

SMT component mis-aligned

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 21 13:25:20 EST 2005 | pd not cruel

The solution to his problem, is clearly to get further infomation. Those of you hwo really wanted to help would have asked orignal author to clarify. Not to poke fun at sombody for not knowing how to correctly use this forum. I will not respont to th

BTU VIP 98 oven

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 07 22:01:56 EDT 2005 | KEN

run shutdown.rcp after 45 minutes computer will load shutoff.rcp. Is this file not being loaded? If yes, then you have not defined the shutoff event in the scheduler. Poke around in the scheduler. Or check out the software manual. someone probab

Counterbore raw board

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 18 10:55:31 EDT 2006 | Chunks

Steve, You almost got yout Man Card revoked for stating: "determining the risks associated with simultaneously applying compressive and rotational forces to the end of the barrel". Luckily you bounced back with "chewing up the copper". Just pokin

tarnishing gold surfaces

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 11 15:55:53 EST 2010 | davef

We guess the nickle has a rougher that normal finish AND the gold is at or below your specification. The nickle bumps are poking through the gold and are oxidized, preventing contact with you ATE probes. If this is correct, it would be interesting

Tankless ... Nice Idea But I Wonder Too

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 14 11:30:04 EST 2013 | davef

Yeh, I love the idea of tankless, but ... Tell ya what, when I'm at IPC APEX next week, I'll poke around on using tankless in a mid-to-low volume plant. BR, davef

Have Questions

Electronics Forum | Tue May 21 21:28:00 EDT 2013 | ultimatejoker

Wear surface. During the testing, the pogo pin will keep poking the surface of the pad. Loadboard pad is another name for PCB Pad. We call it as loadboard pad

Underfilled BGA Removal

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 28 10:21:16 EDT 2014 | davef

With heat, most underfills soften just before the solder melts. So, keep poking the underfill until you see it soften. Then, wait just the correct amount of time until the solder melts and quickly snap or torque the part from the board. BR davef

Headers and SMT

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 29 10:53:42 EDT 2015 | marlyn

Hey there fellow people with SMT issues... What's the proper procedure for soldering through-hole headers on the back-side of the PCB (pins poking out on same side as SMT parts)? ( Yes - I did the SMT side first and am now faced with LOTS of pin-poin

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