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Traceability system

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 26 06:48:39 EST 2009 | pavel_murtishev

Gentlemen, Could you please give me a link to manufacturers of standalone traceability systems for electronic industry? I do not want to have a system integrated into a placement machine or a screen printer. It would be great if a system was able to

Water quality for rinse water

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 29 15:55:26 EST 1998 | James Lalicker

We use a inline water wash system to clean our PWA's. How low should i be able to let my DI water resistivity get before replacing the DI tanks. Is there a standard i can get on this subject. Thanks JL

repeatabilty and measurement for quality

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 10 17:52:30 EDT 2001 | mparker

Are you doing actual measurements of the dummy parts placements? or are you just doing a visual go/no go check? If doing actual measurements, be sure to use mil inch units of measure rather than mm. Mil will give you more accurate readings. mm force

Re: Water quality for rinse water

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 29 23:37:09 EST 1998 | Mike Konrad

James, Most rental DI systems are as follows: Option #1: 2 mixed bed resin tanks: In this case, a 1 M-Ohm light should be installed on the output of tank #1, before tank #2. When the 1 M-Ohm light indicates that the output of the #1 tank is below

Re: Water quality for rinse water

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 30 10:27:04 EST 1998 | Scott McKee

We use a inline water wash system to clean our PWA's. How low should i be able to let my DI water resistivity get before replacing the DI tanks. Is there a standard i can get on this subject. Thanks JL You'll want to look at IPC-AC-62A

Re: Water quality for rinse water

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 01 11:39:14 EST 1999 | Christopher Lampron

We use a inline water wash system to clean our PWA's. How low should i be able to let my DI water resistivity get before replacing the DI tanks. Is there a standard i can get on this subject. Thanks JL JL, I too have been looking for a

Necessity of ROSE in commercial quality processes

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 26 21:48:28 EST 2006 | Mike Konrad

Hi GS, Just a clarification� No-clean does NOT equal no ions. It equals less ions (at best). Automatic R.O.S.E (Resistivity Of Solvent Extract) testers are commonly used to detect ionic contamination from no-clean applications. Your comment rega

PastePuck enclosed paste printing system

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 07 15:40:05 EDT 2008 | pjc

Pump print heads do not print better. Blades print faster and better quality than pump print heads.

PastePuck enclosed paste printing system

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 18 14:00:25 EDT 2008 | rrpowers

There are 2 reasons for wanting to change to an enclosed print system: - Reduce solder paste usage. (We run a high volume application so any reduction in paste scrap is a big money saver to our company.) - Improved print quality. (Ours is a non-rew

Stainless Steel in wash system

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 20 01:13:05 EDT 2001 | Michael Konrad

Hi Dave, It may be. DI water alone will not build up residue. It can attack the finish of electro-polished (mirrored) stainless steel though. I have seen a white / chalky buildup on poly inline cleaners, usually isolated in the wash section. The

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