Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 28 11:38:22 EDT 2004 | jsloot
Can anyone recommend a manufacturer in Canada for SMT tape splicing tools? Thanks
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 28 19:02:42 EDT 2004 | grayman
Won't you like to buy in other country? 8mm cost US$45.50
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 28 17:15:42 EDT 2004 | davef
Search the fine SMTnet Archives for splicing suppliers that we're talked about previously. Some of them might be able supply to folk in Canada.
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 23 09:14:47 EDT 2005 | Base
Hey Rob, I've seen operators splicing large tapes not just by sticking them together with a piece of splicing-tape, but additionally they overlap the tapes and (forcefully) insert the last pocket of the leaving reel into the first (empty) pocket of
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 23 12:17:11 EDT 2006 | kevindebarra
Dear Greg and PWH, I see from your comments above, that you are still unsure whether splicing is for you, and mention that you have yet to find a "good splice tool." QTEK Manufacturing Ltd. based in Ireland, Mexico and Hungary provide a unique tool
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 14 03:52:39 EDT 2006 | Richard Robins-Bird
Visit http://www.fujismt.com Most of our splicing tapes do not require specialist tooling or splicing plates.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 16 00:45:19 EDT 2006 | Richard Robins-Bird
Not all splicing tapes require the use of specialist tooling or splicing plates to make a join. Please see wwww.fujismt.com where a complete range of SMT splicing tapes (Joint Tapes) can be found for use with chip mounters such as Assembleon, Europla
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 20 16:19:44 EDT 2005 | gregp
Hello all, I am looking for a general opinion on splicing tapes. It has always been my opinion that splicing was an after thought for the machines that did not allow feeder removal and replacement during machine operation. If the machine has the ab
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 22 08:06:13 EDT 2005 | gregp
Hello Rob, We have reel hangers on our feeders as opposed to "buckets". The reels cannot be removed while the feeder is mounted to the machine. Thus splicing is not currently an option. As mentioned above, we felt that it is easier to remove the f
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 20 22:34:14 EDT 2005 | davef
Some machines provide for replacing feeders while placing components. Search the SMTnet Archives for background discussion on tape splicing, while you're waiting for others to respond.