Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 04:31:39 EDT 2005 | milroyperera
Hi, I`m using Sn633-2T-E solder paste that is specially formulated for fine pitch where 12mil pitch is applicable.I have the data sheet of this paste but the squeegee speed is not defined. What is the expected speed for solder paste printing process?
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 01 09:56:57 EDT 2021 | richardcargill
Update - Solved On talking with BTU they mentioned that if the conveyor is always running full speed then cleaning out the motor brush area with compressed air will cure it. I'm guessing that the carbon dust had encroached onto the encoder. A good b
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 22 19:10:39 EDT 2004 | Rush Fan
I was wondering if anyone has ever considered measuring the belt speed of their reflow ovens using some type of hand-held, preferably non-contact device? If so, could you recommend a manufacturer of such a device? We are considering measuring our act
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 15 16:35:08 EDT 2005 | slthomas
I wouldn't expect them to define squeegee speeds any more than they would tell me which printer, squeegee blade, or surface metallization to use. Start at 1"/sec. and see what it looks like. Try 2"/sec and .5"/sec. and see if they're any worse or b
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 09:08:15 EDT 2005 | russ
Squeege speeds can vary from .5 in/min to 6-8 in/min. It really depends on what the prints look like. For ultra fine pitch I usually start at .8 in/min and take it from there.
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 14:39:07 EDT 2005 | russ
Minutes, seconds, something like that! It is seconds, sorry. I hope Milroy doesn't have any issues with process speed (12-20 min. print time per my way)
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 21 15:52:37 EDT 2019 | Seth
Is there any way you can change the speed of how fast the head moves when placing a part?
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 27 09:57:08 EDT 2019 | dilogic
Yes, you can. However, if you go above designed, limits you might either break something or it won't operate as you expect. There are settings for each servo loop on the machine and you can play with acceleration, speeds etc. Not sure that it's smart
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 12:28:43 EDT 2005 | Rob
Per min or per sec?
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 14:10:51 EDT 2005 | Inds
pretty sure it is /sec....