Electronics Forum: printing (Page 1 of 462)

printing

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 25 12:04:58 EDT 1998 | Brian Munzel

looking for help with fine-pitch printing for what would be the best settings for printing speed, squeegee pressure, seperation speed. thanks for you time

double printing

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 20 10:27:36 EDT 2007 | davef

Print styles: Print - Most common print mode * A single print stroke forward on first board * A single print stroke reverse on next board Print-Print (Double Print) * Both forward and reverse printing strokes * Helps to ensure complete filling of th

double printing

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 20 09:11:32 EDT 2007 | scooter

Is there any down side, besides time, in printing the same board in both directions? bill

adhesive printing

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 30 04:32:23 EST 2000 | honda

we want to study printing adhesive,does anyone have advice on process parameter setting of adhesive printing? best regards!

Re: printing

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 26 11:01:47 EDT 1998 | Justin Medernach

looking for help with fine-pitch printing for what would be the best settings for printing speed, squeegee pressure, seperation speed. thanks for you time Brian, Call me. We'll chat. Tons of stuff. 978 392 3218 East coast time. Regards, Justin

Adhesive printing

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 28 09:32:36 EST 2002 | cbarnett

Looking for feedback from anyone with experience with adhesive screen printing. Currently we are dispesnsing with Unversal's GDM, but are looking into the process of printing the adhesive. Just wanting good and back feedback from this process.

double printing

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 20 14:34:45 EDT 2007 | realchunks

Hi Bill, Gasketing between the board and stencil may leak alittle, giving you a fuzzy print. If not, you should be OK. Another variable may be you need to perform an understencil wipe more often, adding to your cycle time. So why ya wanna double

double printing

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 21 17:08:34 EDT 2007 | iit

The biggest problem with double printing is that if the squeegee pressure and speed are correct, the stencil apertures are already filled with paste. Printing again can force paste between the bottom of the stencil and the top of the board creating

double printing

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 21 19:01:33 EDT 2007 | dekhead

If you MUST double print, probably to get good aperture fill near board edges, I would recommend letting off on pressure (maybe 20%) to minimize the bleed. Alot depends on your board (gasket) quality.

Screen printing

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 21 12:26:47 EST 2008 | karkanov

Hi everyone!! Is anybody have a chart or rule or standard for misprint. What I mean is if there is a way of saying if my print for some reason a switch 1%, 5%, 10%, etc, off the pad that is not acceptable. Thank you Yannick

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