Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 25 07:48:32 EDT 2013 | bin95
I agree with everyone else here, 3-6 months for blowing dust out of panel a bit excessive, once per year will be fine in most environments. If you find it needs to be more frequent, you need to explorer dust preventative measures. (Check panel seal,
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 20 14:20:17 EDT 2000 | Bob Willis
In real terms the temperature compatibility is the real issue. Yes a component can and in most case will cover the paste. The component standoffs must prevent the body contacting the paste to prevent solderballing. Bob Just back from dinner, my mum
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 06 06:14:38 EST 2005 | bwet
Try using some of those new polyimide stencils. They are 8mils thick and can prevent shorting if it is due to solder mask problems or too much paste. http://www.solder.net/technical/tips.asp BWET
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 08 01:52:16 EDT 2006 | ec
Hi, Is there any special temperature setting for example , bottom temp should be lower than top temp to prevent component drop. Or any information that can help to prevent component from drop off during reflow of top side.
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 04 02:59:35 EDT 2016 | soldersucks
Hi There folks! Please help I would like to ask if you hava soft copy for the manual of SAWA Ultrasonic Cleaner (SC MM3-2). I will be needing it to allocate Preventive Maintenance. (hard copy went missing) Need your help.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 14 21:13:30 EDT 2002 | davef
Insulating tab approach, like: * Go to page 5 of http://www.kalatel.com/lit-rack/install-man/kts_253_253-16_man.pdf * http://support.tandy.com/support_radios/doc64/64039.htm * Go to �Fixing�, Step 6 of http://www.sunvic.co.uk/TLX%20Digital%20Room%2
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 14 14:48:27 EDT 2003 | dphilbrick
Get into the plastics business! No tin there!