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ESD Control Set-up

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 09 00:06:34 EDT 2002 | kenbliss

One thing that is a constant in the electronics assembly world is change. What ever you setup now be sure to think about what might change in the not to distant future. My experience says that you want ESD flooring, although cost of course is a nec

Contract Manufacturing

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 11 22:28:07 EDT 2002 | jersbo

a: charges are typically set by how many different part numbers you have(setup).. and how many placements there are(ie number of locations parts are to be placed) if there are 3 machines inline that does not matter.. its the amount of parts placed an

Where do I Start?

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 20 10:27:21 EDT 2002 | Dick Russell

Wow, you have received a lot of suggestions and opinions. Here is one more for the record. First try to improve the performance of your sub-contractor. While you are doing that start bringing in low quantities of parts to develop your in-house cap

Component attrition

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 23 18:06:38 EST 2002 | jersbo

Tried and True is counting your components if there is any indication of loss... this is a great TOPIC... unfortunately there are many ways to lose components. Feeder setup,problems with a feeder while in the machine(IE mylar problems or wrong step)


Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 28 11:37:52 EDT 2003 | jax

Herman, Before I get into this I would like to know something. What machine takes the longest to change over? That should be equal to your change over time. If it is not one of your pick and place machines this is all beside the point. I am not sure

UP1500 Frame Sizes?

Electronics Forum | Tue May 03 21:46:13 EDT 2005 | KEN

I have 5 of these machines. What software version are you running. 24 inch frames will interfere with the USC. The solvent bar will ride on the stencil frame. This will not allow for a pre-load on the foil. 1. Adaptors suck! 2. Adaptors suck! 3

Wave Solder Non wetting holes

Electronics Forum | Wed May 18 14:58:05 EDT 2005 | splice

Hi, I am having some PTH non wetting issues. Setup and chronology of events is explained: Set Up; Part: 1 MM pitch connector 378 pins Solder: Kester Ultra Pure 63/37 solder Pot; 250 C pre heat; Peak 94C top side Flux: Qualitek 775, Fluxer: foam T

Solder Wetting Problems, Need Referee's

Electronics Forum | Tue May 31 11:56:12 EDT 2005 | chunks

Hi Matt, Get definitive answers! Contamination on the HASL finish?: From the pix you posted, it looks like something fishy is going on. I�d reject them back to the board house and demand an answer. Most board houses and purchasing people will g


Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 10 10:49:06 EDT 2005 | jbrower

Hi James, As my companys process/manufacturing engineer, I set up a program that dramaticly reduced machine down time. Some base numbers; we went from an average of 4-6 hrs set up on our Mydata to setups of under 15 minutes on average and some belo

SPC and Wave

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 14 16:05:55 EDT 2005 | russ

Good answer slthomas! This has got to be the biggest misconception out there. To perform SPC on a wave process you must first perfrom DOE to determine the critical parameters and or control limits. For example you will need temp reading devices tha

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