Electronics Forum | Mon May 14 09:39:26 EDT 2018 | raylawre
How hard is it to find green plastic spatulas for solder paste application?!? Everything I find online specific to the industry is coming out of the UK or so it seems. Nothing stateside? I hate to hit up our paste vendors for freebee spatulas (althou
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 06 11:39:06 EDT 2013 | thanh567
Indium Corporation has their plastic spatulas and perfect to use, good on jar and stencil as well.
Electronics Forum | Mon May 14 16:31:58 EDT 2018 | emeto
I know for sure AIM and DEK both make green and white spatulas. Many companies will sell these online.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 17 15:40:30 EDT 2018 | esoderberg
McMaster-Carr carries plastic spatulas Look on Page 2424 of their catalog. A package of 36 is roughly $20.00. That should last you awhile
Electronics Forum | Thu May 17 16:17:34 EDT 2018 | raylawre
Mcmaster only had white in that style. I had no problem finding spatulas or putty knives that fit the function of what I was looking for, it was more of the color green for visuals. Its just a nice touch for the visual. I may just dip the handles to
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Electronics Forum | Thu May 17 17:39:46 EDT 2018 | dleeper
You could use this: https://plastidip.com/our-products/plasti-dip/
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 23 21:22:10 EDT 2002 | davef
http://www.petroferm.com/PTF-053/pdf/tds/petroferm/hydrexactds01-01.pdf ... expect that we use a spatula and stencil wipes [JNJ???] to prep the stencil before cleaning.
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 06 09:01:59 EST 2002 | russ
Syringes seem to keep the paste fresher longer since there is less exposure to air than a jar. It is also nice to be able to just squeeze the trigger on a gun instead of using a spatula in my opinion. Russ
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 22 15:18:28 EDT 2004 | russ
Remove the paste from the fridge the night before, If you feel the need to knead we just put the paste on the stencil and work it a little bit with a spatula. Russ