Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 27 16:54:47 EST 2002 | davef
STARTING RANGES * Pressure � 1 pound/inch of blade (metal); 1.6-3 pound/inch (plastic) * Speed - 0.5 to 3 inch per sec [for standard pitch]; 0.5 to 1 inch per sec [for fine pitch] Your paste supplier�s recommendation is a good place to start. * Sepa
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 28 04:16:33 EST 2003 | stoney_tsai
Hi, all, I have done an analysis through Statistics on solder volume whose purpose is to identify the required volume for different pitch printing (0.65 or above, 0.50, and 0.40 mm). Finally, came out a regression model. But, I need to evalua
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 01 15:16:58 EST 2003 | davef
So, you need to know how these reductions in solder volume will perform in real life. In-use of the product in the life environment is the surest test. Many companies can�t wait / don�t want to pay for that information. * Some use accelerated life
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.
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!
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 21 17:45:32 EDT 2000 | dmunro
My Process Eng. left the Co. and I'm left with a screen printer not set up,profiles are perfect, PNP is fantastic, solder ball city! Please HELP Disgrunteld Tec.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 31 07:02:00 EST 2002 | martino
The whole process counldn't be easier. The sales reps' try to turn the whole thing into some crazy black art-its not. The stencil supplier will have their own standard 'glue dot' configurations, and 9 times out of 10 these are more than adequate. As
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 28 16:48:14 EST 2002 | djarvis
Printing with adhesives is no big deal so don't let the sales types try to mystify the process and convince you that they have the only stencils/adhesives/knowledge that can possibly get you through this "trying time" - at a price. Start with 0.010"
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 17 12:19:51 EDT 2008 | realchunks
6 mil 100% on pad print. No shorts.
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 11 10:19:00 EST 2003 | yngwie
We ran doublesided SMT thru Glue and Wave process before and but faced a lot of skip solder. Then the customer told us that they have similar problem when they ran the board so what they did was they print the paste-dispense the glue- place the comp