Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 10 14:47:27 EDT 2000 | John Thorup
Hello Alvaro If I understand you what you want is a refigerator with multiple glass doors, thermostatic control and a readout of the actual temperature inside. I'd suggest a restaurant equipment supplier. I've seen many of these with pies, cakes an
Electronics Forum | Sun Jul 28 05:42:04 EDT 2013 | mbb
Could you please help me identify suppliers of Refrigerators to store cartridges of solder paste which insure Fifo management?
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 02 04:22:02 EDT 2013 | mbb
Thanks, it could be a good feature to implement inside the refrigerator. Have you any idea about suppliers of customized refrigetor?
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 15 03:07:47 EST 2014 | aflex
If the supplier has prescribed the storage temperature between 0 - 10 degree celsius, then it means that it work effectively if stored in that temperature range.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 14 08:48:09 EST 2014 | davef
I don't know. What does your paste supplier say? You can run tests * That you used to qualify this paste in the first place. * According to IPC J-STD-005A Requirements for Soldering Pastes * Using your toughest stencil to print this paste on a bare c
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 26 23:29:57 EDT 2005 | milroyperera
Hi, As I have seen in the data sheets from solder paste suppliers they always recommend to keep the solder paste until it reaches the ambient temperature after taking out from normal storage temperature. Mostly the storage temperature is 5 - 10 Cels
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 06 14:00:27 EST 2005 | grantp
Hi, One of our suppliers suggested you could use the microwave to warm up the solder paste if you really needed to, and it did work for a full tube, but when I tried a half used tube, I thought I had invented a weapon of mass destruction. It was sca
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 17 08:05:00 EST 2004 | davef
Your solder paste is talking to you, follow its message. Listen to the paste. Be at one with the paste. If you insist on ignoring the message of the paste, add more paste, if you just need to complete the last board or so, but you really should ju
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 11 05:46:09 EST 2000 | Wolfgang Busko
Hi Dave, that was kind of a more rhetorical question. Normally paste is used before shelflife expires and delivery time is short enough to get in no trouble. The normal situation is that you try to get your equipment running means constant use of pas
Electronics Forum | Tue May 01 09:58:20 EDT 2007 | rgduval
Basem, I can't direct you to a dispensing machine, as I'm not familiar with them. But, I can tell you what we do. We specialize in short volume, prototype quantity runs. Since prototypes and short quantities are not conducive to volume operations
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