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Wave Soldering 14 and 16 Pin SOICs

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 09 18:21:37 EST 1999 | Stan Levitsky

We will wave solder a board with SOIC14 and SOIC16 parts on the bottom. It has been difficult to find any specific wave solder process recommendations from manufacturers of the SOICs. The pad geometry utilizes theiving pads on both sides to reduce br

Re: Wave Soldering 14 and 16 Pin SOICs

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 10 13:53:13 EST 1999 | Vincent Vega

| We will wave solder a board with SOIC14 and SOIC16 parts on the bottom. It has been difficult to find any specific wave solder process recommendations from manufacturers of the SOICs. The pad geometry utilizes theiving pads on both sides to reduce

Stencil cleanliness and inspection

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 07 16:33:22 EDT 2001 | davef

I too know of no product like you desire, but I have a lead for you to follow that might get you further than you're getting now. Call Lumonics [Lumonics, 130 Lombard St, Oxnard, CA 93030 805.485.5559 fax3335 http://www.gsilumonics.com]. They ma

CSM-84 pick and place machine.

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 16 12:56:44 EST 2011 | gabriel1blue

Thank you, I have the program done and ready to run, but Im not able to get the machine to move to the mount location automatically, you say to highlight the location and press shift + P or T but how do I highlight the x,y data 1st? Or is this done o

SMT solder reflow clamps, pushers and pullers for tooling

Electronics Forum | Fri May 04 16:22:21 EDT 2012 | wesm91229

Hi Tristian, I work at the 1st company listed- the link you posted is our website. We have updated our clamps for those type of SMT process carriers. Feel free to email me @ wmartin@gscusa.net or call 972-494-1911 and I can help you out. Sorry for

Biral T&D and Threebond

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 19 13:39:51 EST 2009 | tedel

Yes, I called Fuji as well!! I guess we're all in the wrong buisness... Received a reply from Biral Lubricants in Norway, they state the following... "We have established our own warehouse in St.Petersburg, Florida and handle presently all inquirie

Touch-up and Inspection Process

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 01 10:31:26 EST 2005 | Greg

QC --> Touch-up --> QC --> Assembly After SMT all PWB goes to QC, QC Inspects and marks all that needs rework then PWB's goes to Touch-up to fix what QC marked for rework. After that All reworked boards goes to QC for another verification and stampi

Touch-up and Inspection Process

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 01 10:50:32 EST 2005 | pr

I think the 1st option would be the best. I have found that a touch up person WILL TOUCH UP SOMETHING, regardless of the electrical needs of the board. This leads to a lot of unnecessary rework of joints. I would hope QC is tracking the defects and t

Touch-up and Inspection Process

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 06 17:39:15 EST 2005 | Darby

1st law of Surface Mount. You WILL run out of parts on the last board going through before a long weekend. 2nd law of Surface Mount. Touchies WILL touch. I'm with Russ and Rob. Touch up is EVIL and should only be tolerated in exceptional circumst

RNETs and Lead Free

Electronics Forum | Wed May 07 15:26:05 EDT 2008 | joeherz

Interesting - We're using the same AIM products as you. On the lead free, 353, did you start out with it or did you try the WS485? That was the 1st product recommendation we got from AIM and we found that the lot to lot consistency was not good. T

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