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MPM SPM Serial #s.

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 12 11:36:29 EDT 2006 | scott

I have a few used MPM SPM Printers available and I'm concidering buying one of them. I'm interested in the actual year each was built. Can any owners who know what year they bought their machine (new) provide me with their Serial Number & year purc

seeking better process

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 31 14:38:24 EST 2001 | scott

JAX Is right. ROI. How much will it cost to subcontract your assembly for the next 3 years vs. buying your own equipment AND staffing (ie: Process Eng, Maintenance, Skilled operators, etc.). Then, ask how much will it cost you to buy new equipment

Static control for shelving

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 08 19:03:08 EDT 2003 | scott

Hello all, > > I'm working at a CM with less then > ideal material storage shelving when it comes to > ESD protection. I've got ordinary painted > shelving units that I need make ESD safe. I'm > considering dissipative mats or spray coatings

Flexi Circuits Assembly

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 14 20:24:07 EST 2002 | scott

My first reaction would be to run! FAST! Flex -- well, it... flexes... and isn't flat. While you assemble it, While you transport it, While it goes through the oven... SMT Connectors typically need to be held down during reflow. Fiducial types are

Solder Paste@ Board shop

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 17 19:01:34 EDT 2001 | scott

We have a local shop here in S-Cal. called MaskTek that invented a solder deposition process that eliminates the need for solderpaste but you still need to use "sticky" flux. They license the process to various facilities around the country. Was pr

Teflon PCB's

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 16 17:32:04 EDT 2001 | scott

Anybody have any experience with SMT and PTH assembly on Teflon Bare Boards?

Teflon PCB's

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 17 18:42:37 EDT 2001 | scott

Any processes that I need to be aware of that differs from standard FR4 during reflow and wave soldering? I've read one of the problems is the thermal expansion of teflon is quite different from copper. I've also seen a "blurb" where teflon absor

Solder balls on Cleaned process

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 17 19:12:32 EDT 2001 | scott

Dave's right! Wash the boards RIGHT AFTER reflow, don't let that residue harden. Then you turn around and cure that stuff during the second reflow by not performing the first wash???? wow.... By the way, are you having any problems with white resi

pcb manufacturing

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 28 19:55:31 EDT 2006 | scott

I would agree for a bare board house, are you NUTS? Look what happend to McCurdey's high tech line in S. Cal., go chewed up and spit out by China... Plating, etching, environmental issues, regulations, lack of people who like doing that work... endle

MPM SPM Serial #s.

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 15 11:38:19 EDT 2006 | scott

I want to thank you for your help. MPM SN's are continuous (7001 to the more current 7780's), no date included. I had already contacted MPM and their Technical Support personnel could/would not pin-point the year it was manufactured, hence the reas

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