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single pin connector

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 20 06:36:24 EDT 1999 | Badia

First of all, I'm a young Spanish so sorry for my English I'm looking for a smd single pin connector. I need it to solder it in a alumina's substrate. Please. can anybody help me ?

single pin connector (II)

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 13:39:26 EDT 1999 | Badia

Despite the goodness of Dave F. and George Verboven, I was unable to find the damned single pin connector. As a last attempt, I've draw it (see the link) If somebody knows where can buy it, please help me (and sorry for to ruin the English language

Re: single pin connector

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 20 08:37:42 EDT 1999 | Dave F

| First of all, I'm a young Spanish so sorry for my English | | I'm looking for a smd single pin connector. I need it to solder it in a alumina's substrate. | | Please. can anybody help me ? | Baddia: That everyone with English as their first la

Re: single pin connector

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 23 06:44:33 EDT 1999 | George Verboven

| First of all, I'm a young Spanish so sorry for my English | | I'm looking for a smd single pin connector. I need it to solder it in a alumina's substrate. | | Please. can anybody help me ? | Go to the following adress: http://www.keyelco.com/ke

Re: single pin connector (II)

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 14:14:13 EDT 1999 | Dave F

| | Despite the goodness of Dave F. and George Verboven, I was unable to find the damned single pin connector. As a last attempt, I've draw it (see the link) | | If somebody knows where can buy it, please help me | | (and sorry for to ruin the Eng

Re: single pin connector (II)

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 17:04:14 EDT 1999 | JohnW

| | | | Despite the goodness of Dave F. and George Verboven, I was unable to find the damned single pin connector. As a last attempt, I've draw it (see the link) | | | | If somebody knows where can buy it, please help me | | | | (and sorry for to

Dual lane vs. single lane feeders for high mix

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 12 11:46:50 EST 2017 | emeto

Single feeders will always be your top choice. Any kind of package feeders will create issues in future. I used to have them in 10s, 8ths, 6es, 3s, 2s and the more they are the worst.

Mixing 2 and 4 layer designs on a single panel

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 02 15:01:52 EDT 2010 | James Neal

Manufacturing-wise, is there a problem with doing a single panel with both four layer and two layers designs on it? I do prototype runs with multiple designs on the same panel, and I'd like to start including four layer. It seems to me that I can g

Mixing 2 and 4 layer designs on a single panel

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 07 11:17:43 EDT 2010 | ysutariya

The only issue is that now you are paying for a 4 layer board and only getting a 2 layer board. In the long run, it will definitely cost you if this is a higher running product. Other than that you shouldn't have any issues.

Leaded and Lead-Free products in single SMT line

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 07 17:09:57 EDT 2011 | Shean Dalton

http://www.ems007.com/pages/zone.cgi?a=60472 Article describing a dual lane approach, with the caveat to watch out for temperature sensitive components. Shean FHP Reps

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