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Dek 249 loosing print speed setting after a few passes

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 21 22:22:50 EDT 2005 | Ken

Hey, Peter. back in the mid 90's I reversed engineered their drive system because of a dispute over print speed malfunctions. I prooved correct that they had made published claims about their drive topology that were not true. They agreed to redes

Dek 249 loosing print speed setting after a few passes

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 20 16:51:48 EDT 2005 | Pete Roy

My Dek printer "forgets" the speed setting after a few passes and reverts to a faster speed thus screwing up the print. If you edit and change the programmed value and save it, all remains find kind of like refreshing the memory. Any suggestions, I

Dek 249 loosing print speed setting after a few passes

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 22 01:31:39 EDT 2005 | fastek

Peter- You're not going to solve this problem here. Call DEK.

Dek 249 loosing print speed setting after a few passes

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 03 10:08:57 EDT 2005 | Me

Try this: http://www.adamtech.co.uk/support.html

Squeegee speed for Sn/Pb

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 04:31:39 EDT 2005 | milroyperera

Hi, I`m using Sn633-2T-E solder paste that is specially formulated for fine pitch where 12mil pitch is applicable.I have the data sheet of this paste but the squeegee speed is not defined. What is the expected speed for solder paste printing process?

Squeegee speed for Sn/Pb

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 14:39:07 EDT 2005 | russ

Minutes, seconds, something like that! It is seconds, sorry. I hope Milroy doesn't have any issues with process speed (12-20 min. print time per my way)

Squeegee speed for Sn/Pb

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 15 16:35:08 EDT 2005 | slthomas

I wouldn't expect them to define squeegee speeds any more than they would tell me which printer, squeegee blade, or surface metallization to use. Start at 1"/sec. and see what it looks like. Try 2"/sec and .5"/sec. and see if they're any worse or b

Squeegee speed for Sn/Pb

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 09:08:15 EDT 2005 | russ

Squeege speeds can vary from .5 in/min to 6-8 in/min. It really depends on what the prints look like. For ultra fine pitch I usually start at .8 in/min and take it from there.

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

manual stencil print 2 passes

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 24 20:11:43 EST 2008 | xianhua_tang

hi,brettc! Our stencil openings no more than 4mm * 4mm, you have a larger component of the pads is more than a 4*4? At the same time, with the thickness of the stencil, I would like to increase the printing speed can be improved to reduce the thickne

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