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Stencil nano coating worn out

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 10 14:49:20 EST 2020 | emeto

Steve I did investigate the transparent nano coat before for performance. We examined 3 different assemblies based in design criteria. In more simplistic designs it is not worth having it. On more challenging designs it is worth. It proved to have be

Solder Paste Printed Volume

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 03 03:42:15 EST 2001 | ianchan

Hi, actually this point was raised a cuppa times, from the past discussion forums... thats why I posed this questions once again *yawn* to find out any new delvelopments in relation to paste Volume giving accuracy??? Obviously it doesn't seem to h

Machine Utililaztion

Electronics Forum | Wed May 29 15:06:20 EDT 2002 | Roger

This is just a simplistic suggestion but why don't you invest in additional feeders so that you can do a 'complete' feeder setup offline? How much money is 1 hour of downtime costing your operation? If you can reduce the pit stop from 60 minutes to

Agilis Feeders

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 25 17:47:23 EDT 2003 | kenBliss

Pete I can fully understand the inter-departmental problem your dealing with. A couple of simplistic thoughts since your only dealing with pennies. You cannot afford to run out or the parts you are dealing with or you will have thousands of dollar

Lead free profile

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 01 12:52:19 EST 2005 | jbrower

Hi Tom, I did talk to Bob Gilbert about the sn100c. His comment is that it is a nickle stabalized alloy. Simplisticly, the tin and copper molecules would rather bond with the nickle. He also mentioned that with the SAC alloys, the manufactuers were

Re: looking for bga rework station

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 10 10:01:43 EDT 1999 | Jeff Price

| | I am looking for a BGA rework/placement system and would like any experience that you have had. I am looking for a system that is reasonable for the placment, removing and re-balling | | | | thank you | | | -I have had wonderful results with

Wireless wrist strap

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 20 07:42:24 EDT 2004 | rlackey

Hi Arman, There are a number of sites dealing with the Corona Effect all with different slants in how it applies to them (Astonomers, physicists, Radio enthusiasts, etc.), but the basic definition I remember from my physics lessons at school is as f

SMTnet featured article

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 04 09:01:35 EST 2008 | davef

Here's a link to the article that Loco references in the above post: http://www.smtnet.com/library/files/upload/DevelopingaReliable.pdf The table seems to be taking a simplistic approach. J-STD-020C, Table 4-2 lists nine catagories of MSL classific

Re: problem when testing the RF product

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 23 16:54:16 EDT 1999 | Frank Frimpong

| Do anyone have any experience on assembling high frequency product, 1.8GHz or 2.4GHz. | | In our production line, we manufacture 1.8GHz product with using no clean paste (RMA type) for reflow and no clean wire for rework. In our functinal test,eit

Baking time for PCBA rework

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 07 09:07:10 EST 2002 | fmonette

Dason, Please be aware that weight gain is only a very crude estimate of the component moisture content. This is only accurate when the moisture is uniformly distributed inside the component (which is actually never). This measurement is usually no

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