Electronics Forum: retiring (Page 1 of 7)

Help or nothing!?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 28 04:35:31 EDT 2006 | Rob

I find myself suddenly starting to agree with Larry. Nothing for it but to retire early and start a llama farm.

Time to retire the wave?

Electronics Forum | Wed May 30 18:14:51 EDT 2007 | russ

You may want to look into an airvac PCBRM unit. R

ENIG again! Failed BGA joint!

Electronics Forum | Tue May 08 18:42:05 EDT 2001 | mparker

Carol Doda?!!! She retired from the Condor club about 15 years ago. As for reference to all the other Plastics Princesses - God bless 'em all!!! 'Tis the time of year for halter tops and shorts - ye haw!

ENIG again! Failed BGA joint!

Electronics Forum | Wed May 09 10:42:24 EDT 2001 | davef

Retired!!!! Well, that certainly explains why I keep getting my Christamas cards returned, unopened!!!!

Universal 4712B info needed

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 12 18:31:11 EST 2001 | John ODonnell

Its been retired for many years.. if you want to discuss details pls call me at 603-433-2125 John O'Donnell

U.S.Patent

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 04 17:48:04 EST 2002 | sleech

Dave: We can added the local of Service Corp Of Retired Executives (SCORE) to the list. I was surprised at the array of assistance that is available. You can find the local chapter in the phonebook or as the SBA for a referral Stu

Info on Heller 942C

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 15 14:23:22 EDT 2004 | jasgeer

Who remembers the Heller 942C reflow oven? We have one, but I cannot locate the manual or computer program, and the ones that ran it have now retired. Any suggestions would be appreciated! Thanks, Jim

i have to buy one NXT from Fuji What do you think???

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 15 12:09:34 EST 2004 | Rob

Cheers Fastek, You never know, if I've not retired by the time my Fuji's finally wear out maybe I'll take a look at the Assemblion machines. 25 years & counting..... Rob.

What is the lifespan of your SMT machines?

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 18 07:31:19 EST 2005 | avalancher

I'm curious to people's findings. What is the life span / expectancy of your SMT machine? Recently, I heard, through the grapevine, that Fuji listed 5 years as a lifespan for their machines. After that, they would either need to be retired.

Time to retire the wave?

Electronics Forum | Tue May 22 00:29:02 EDT 2007 | grantp

Hi, Thanks for the info, and would you opinion be that the Soltec selective is a good machine, and is the software good? We have a Delta Wave, and while we like it, it's got some horrible software. That's the only thing worrying us. Regards, Gran

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