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Thermal Profilers

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 21 08:18:27 EST 2006 | Rob

Hi, Our SlimKIC 2000 uses a standard 9V PP3 battery, so as long as you're not adverse to parting with around a $1 it's no problem. Cheers, Rob.

Thermal Profilers

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 22 15:27:15 EST 2006 | jdumont

I just got in my SlimKIC 2000 unit and ran my first profile a few minutes ago. The RF feature is pretty nice on this model. KIC software is very good and as mentioned above it uses regular 9V batteries.

Fixture Material

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 07 22:05:23 EST 2006 | Jerry Butters

Which fixture material is LEAST LIKELY to warp? Please advise. We used ta have a Wave Optimizer but the corpulent engineer before me broke it before he left the company. Anywho, my next project is to design a wave fixture pallet which will work

Thermal Profilers

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 29 09:41:52 EST 2008 | d0min0

Hello, we use DataPAQ 6 slots - but after tech guys finally killed their profiler on wave its theirs now last year we used SolderStar neptune, 3-9 slots, but it is too easy to destroy it (4 times in repair...) so finally I started to use SlimKIC 2

Reflow Oven Recipes

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 02 18:01:14 EDT 2003 | csimfgeng

We provide each assembly its own recipe then customize the unique recipe as required, using a SlimKIC 2000 profiler. This tool allows precise control of the reflow process and accounts for the component and layer densities of each board. This appro

SPC for Wave solder (defects on PCB's)

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 15 13:44:34 EST 2006 | samir

Bingo! In my career, I've used Wave Solder optimizer and the WaveRIDER. Pro's and Con's to both. I did a GR&R on both as well, and WaveRIDER came out on top. The main challenge is to get the operators to use it. I've found that the operators wer

Problem measuring parallelism wave

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 08 14:56:09 EST 2011 | rkr76

Hello everyone, I have a question regarding wavesoldering and measuring if a proces/machine is in control. I made a custom carrier for measuring contact time, parallelism, solder temperature, coveyorspeed and some data of the preheat section. The s

Vapor phase versus forced convection

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 16 11:58:29 EDT 2004 | Dreamsniper

I've worked with a Vapor Phase Oven a semi-automatic and a manual oven for evaluation. They worked fine and produce better grain of solder joints. The fluid that you need depends on the solder temperature that you require. I've used a 200'C fluid for

Re: Reflow Profiling

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 11 13:21:30 EDT 2000 | Deborah Troxell

We use the Slimkic for our oven porfiles and run a very high product mix too. My first question is do you use the same progam for all your boards or do you run different temptures profiles for each module? How are the gold boards getting destroyed? W

Reflow profiling Units

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 13 13:35:06 EDT 2006 | Mitch Crumbstein

It took me awhile to "warm up" to KIC 2000 as well, as I, too, am an old lead-head from way back who used to profile with an old MOLE that used DOS-based software. I've also used the old SlimKIC II and Datapaq as well. I guess what he meant by "old


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