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poor print definition

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 20 20:47:59 EST 2006 | davef

We assume your stencil is clean. So, try: * Reduce stencil separation speed. * Reduce squeegee pressure. If the pressure is not proper, excess number of particles are stuffed into an aperture and inner pressure / friction among particles increase, an

Standard for Stencil printers edges pressure

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 19 10:27:30 EDT 2006 | russ

Look at your paste specs, they give you recommended starting points relating to speed and pressure. Dave F is right, it is usually about 1 pound per linear inch of squeegee length. Speed for finepitch printing should be started at about 1in/sec. T

Enclosed print head printing machines

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 11 04:12:28 EST 2016 | grahamcooper22

Please can any users of the Rheopump or Enclosed Print Head unit tell me what cartridge pressure setting they use when using lead free paste....many thanks Graham

manual stencil print 2 passes

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 23 15:06:25 EST 2008 | evtimov

It depends how manual is the printer. you need to control pressure and speed. If you control both by hand, it is difficult to discuss results. If the pressure is controlled by the printer, than you should be able to do it by one deposit. Also is the

DEK HORIZON 265 Squeege Pressure question

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 11 21:19:06 EST 2019 | dekhead

Knead pressure, is normally at or slightly lower (maybe 25%) than print pressure...

DEK HORIZON 265 Squeege Pressure question

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 28 14:53:16 EDT 2020 | dekhead

It is not abnormal for the first 2-4 prints to be compensation strokes where the print pressure stablises to its set pressure, ideally the variation is

SPC for MPM UP1500 Stencil Printers

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 26 20:25:06 EDT 2002 | davef

When we DOE a board, we use the following independent print variables: * Print pressure * Print speed * Separation speed * Aperture orientation * Squeegee hardness

DEK HORIZON 265 Squeege Pressure question

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 11 20:26:37 EST 2019 | kylehunter

Alrighty... Problem solved - ended up not being a problem at all. So, what I didn't realize, was that the knead pressure was 5kg, and the first print was always kneaded, so that's why the set pressure showed 5kg. After it was done kneading, the set

DEK HORIZON 265 Squeege Pressure question

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 11 21:44:06 EST 2019 | kylehunter

> Knead pressure, is normally at or slightly lower > (maybe 25%) than print pressure... Ahh makes sense. Couple other quick questions if you don't mind: 1) Currently do kneading after 15 mins of no activity, with 3 knead passes, is that n

Printing Speeds for Fine Pitch

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 01 06:38:37 EDT 2010 | grahamcooper22

Dear Leeg, Generally the faster your print speed the more down pressure you need on the blade to roll the paste and wipe the stencil surface clean. Pastes with higher viscosity need more pressure at slow and high print speeds. Too much pressure cause

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