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SMD adhesive

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 29 18:14:20 EDT 2005 | OverTheHill

Good day, We use Loctite 3616 for securing SMD's to the PCB before wave. On rare occasions, we have to remove and replace the secured part. Our operators are having a diffucult time removing parts (large QFP's, etc). My questions to this forum: 1)

APS Novastar 1800a Reflow Oven Security Code

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 09 10:02:46 EST 2012 | stiva

I have accuired a Novastar 1800A Reflow Oven, But no Documentation. I am trying to alter the profile of the machine, but cannot access the setup menu. The screen says enter the security code to continue. Does anyone know what the security code is for

Daily Inspection with Metal Detector

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 05 03:45:58 EDT 2014 | angelyeoman

In modern times. there are various kinds of secure devices to provide safe environment for people. For example the security camera can be used to monitor suspicious person come and go in the office or people's own home. Besides the vehicle inspection

Re: patchproblem lifted lead

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 30 18:33:05 EST 1999 | Brian W.

I have used Loctite, RTV3145, or Tak-Pak to secure the wire. As John said, the wire is usually secured to the board near the lifted lead, and usually at 1/4 inch intervals along the way. Brian W.

Securing components for wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 14 07:47:41 EDT 2004 | pcbrown

I am looking for effective ways to secure through-hole components (non-clinched) to the boards for wave soldering. Can someone share their ideas or methods? We've tried vacuum packing & tacking/masking, but there must be better ways. I'd appreciate a

Capacitor securing

Electronics Forum | Wed May 25 09:56:27 EDT 2005 | jdumont

What is everyone using to secure their caps on products that go through ESS testing. We have been using Dow 3140 RTV but it takes too long to dry and I read that RTV isnt the best anyhow. Any suggestions...

Cap securing...

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 28 07:29:16 EDT 2005 | jdumont

What are you guys using to secure the larger caps on your PCBs? We have been using RTV forever but need something more rigid for a new product. Thanks in advance

Cap securing...

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 31 13:37:51 EST 2005 | slthomas

I would second the hot melt glue method. You do have to teach the importance of "more is not always better" and there will be learning curve, but it's a lot better at securing big clunky electrolytics than RTV. It's also a lot cheaper than chipbonder

Anybody can tell me log in password for Vitronic smr800

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 22 17:49:13 EST 2001 | davef

Sure. We use 9999 for our operator level security. We use a secret number [that we change periodically] for our next level of security, because we don't want people messing with our profiles. And we use an ever more secret number for our next leve

Capacitor securing

Electronics Forum | Wed May 25 10:29:41 EDT 2005 | chunks

Hot melt from a glue gun. Works well but a pain if the part has to be replaced.

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