Electronics Forum: registration (Page 1 of 38)


Electronics Forum | Tue May 04 10:09:45 EDT 1999 | Wade Oberle

I wanted to post a note for a piece of equipment that I am trying to sell. When I tried to do this, the system indicated that I had to register first. I thought registration was optional? Please fill me in. Wade Oberle Manutronics, Inc - Division


Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 23 14:59:16 EDT 1999 | John Thorup

Is it necessary to register before posting to the PCBCE mart?

Re: registration

Electronics Forum | Tue May 04 12:26:13 EDT 1999 | Clifford Peaslee

Wade, Posting into the SMT Forum does not require registration, yet in order to post into the PCBCE Mart, Library, or News, you must be registered. In the case of News, you must be registered with a company account. Also, we have always required reg

Re: registration

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 08:22:12 EDT 1999 | Michael Bryant

| Is it necessary to register before posting to the PCBCE mart? | | Yes, but it is free.

Re: registration

Electronics Forum | Mon May 17 13:03:06 EDT 1999 | stefano bolleri

The problem I am having is similar to Wade's, with the difference that I'm a registered user. Whenever I click to post an item to the PCBCE Mart, I get directed to the registration page. I have tried to re-logon from that page, but it doesn't help. S

Re: registration

Electronics Forum | Mon May 17 17:23:42 EDT 1999 | Clifford Peaslee

Stephano, Sounds like the system is losing track of you while you are trying to post, or other travelings on the site. In most cases, this means you probably do not accept cookies. Keeping track of users who refuse cookies, is very difficult. In try

Re: registration

Electronics Forum | Tue May 18 03:58:26 EDT 1999 | stefano bolleri

Cliff, thank you for the explanation. Yes, I actually have my browser set to not accept cookies. I have done that by purpose, and I'm reluctant to make a change to this setting, even if it adds a functionality (= post items onto the PCBCE Mart). So

Re: registration

Electronics Forum | Tue May 18 12:07:15 EDT 1999 | Clifford Peaslee

Stefano, As a web developer, I see the pros and cons quite clearly, and I strongly believe that the pros of cookies much outweigh the cons. The main reason I see for not accepting cookies, is to remain anonymous and to attempt to have some Internet

Soldermask registration capability.

Electronics Forum | Wed May 19 10:35:37 EDT 1999 | Jeffrey L. Gumm

Trying to find a manufacturer with the capability to hold a registration tolerance of +/- .001" in LPISM. To be done on ceramic substrates, with a maximum panel size of 5.0" x 7.0".

Solder mask registration

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 01 10:47:45 EDT 2002 | davef

Board fabricators purchase laminate in preferred panel sizes, such as: 16 x 18 inches, 18 x 24 inches, and 21 x 24 inches. A larger panel size provides more effective cost per unit area processed. In producing a board, the fabricator requires maybe 3

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