Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 23 14:29:34 EDT 2008 | realchunks
I have shlves with rollers and a stop on one end. Boxes go in one end and roll towards the other. One end for people to pull from, the other is to load. I have bunch left over and willing to sell cheap. Let me know if you want them.
Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 29 08:46:20 EST 2005 | davef
The RoHS Directive complements the WEEE Directive. * Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS) Directive [2002/95/EC] affects manufacturers, sellers, distributors and recyclers of electrical and electronic equ
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 09 09:12:04 EDT 2007 | pr
Sup, pix machine width you need props dawg! Dats how we roll on the east coast! Holla pr
Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 24 07:48:05 EDT 2017 | ranap121212
Thanks from your answer. A few days ago the supplier told me about these rolls. Now I am waiting for them and I will make tests. Maybe I will also try to reduce the ejection speed but this will lengthen the process
Electronics Forum | Tue May 07 03:56:30 EDT 2013 | pavel_murtishev
Davef, Thank you. I wonder if you have ever faced with concrete layer thickness selection for SMT shops? All I have found refers to metal treatment shops (primarily milling & drilling). 6" concrete is thick enough for them to stabilize milling machi
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 27 13:11:19 EDT 2008 | dwelch123
We roll ours up, fingers and all, and soak them for about an hour in a solution of water and DOMINATE (heavy duty degreaser) you can order from Grainger. They come out looking brand new every time!
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 15 11:14:13 EDT 2011 | smtmax
Hi. I've been looking for SMT machines and have > a budget close to 100k total on a stencil > printer, p&p + feeders and reflow owen. Witch > machines would you choose with this budget? Have > any one of you heard of evest? _a class=roll > href
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 28 12:29:01 EST 2005 | Bob R.
We use the exact same method Chunks outlined for evaluating just about anything we're going to roll out worldwide, whether it's a material or a machine. List your factors (print speed, solder spread, etc), assign each a weight, evaluate each paste a
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 14 03:41:26 EST 2008 | kywl
For your pad layout and spacing between > components, look here: _a class=roll > href="http://portal.ipc.org/Purchase/ProductDetail > .aspx?Product_code=77b562c1-b8f8-db11-8a6a-0050568 > 75b22" > target="_blank"_http://portal.ipc.org/Purchase/Pr
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 14 20:32:41 EST 2003 | davef
There's just about 4 beezillion companies that give solder training. Some are: * BEST Rolling Meadows, IL 847-797-9250 Bill Westmoreland (email@example.com) http://www.solder.net/ * Circuit Technology 340 Raleigh St Holly Springs, NC 27540 (