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Re: Adhesive Dispenser Vs. Screen Printing Adhesives Pros and Cons

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 12 22:16:59 EDT 2000 | Dreamsniper

Hi Guys, I'd like to share this to all of you...you can start playing with the rests...Stated prices, if not indicated, are in Aussie $ or Singapore $. Stencil Printing Adhesive Pros a) Less Capital Equipment Cost (Short Term). In reality it is f

Re: Electropolishing Laser-Cut Stencils

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 10 13:16:27 EDT 1998 | Bill Schreiber

To electropolish or not to nickel plate, that is the question. Whether it be nobler in the minds of the competition could be the answer. I think it will probably depend upon whom you ask the question. If the stencil mfgr. has nichel plating capibil

Re: Electropolishing Laser-Cut Stencils

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 20 23:40:31 EDT 1998 | Alex Ondi

To electropolish or not to nickel plate, that is the question. Whether it be nobler in the minds of the competition could be the answer. I think it will probably depend upon whom you ask the question. If the stencil mfgr. has nichel plating cap

BGA footprint on PCB

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 25 20:37:14 EDT 2001 | davef

You are 100% correctamundo that the pad on PCB should be the same as the pad on the BGA interposer, but let�s not expend that thinking to the aperture of your solder paste stencil, right away. Generally, paste on large pitch BGA is often 1:1, but as

UP1500 Frame Sizes?

Electronics Forum | Mon May 02 18:54:28 EDT 2005 | MikeaJ

The answer you are looking for is part of your initial setup of the board and stencil. This information is to be found in the PCB setup menu/icon. The reason why the stencil loading pins are impacting the frame is because the default setting of the s

Re: cleaning glue off of stencils

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 03 14:08:55 EST 2000 | Michael Parker

Your best answer for determining cleaning method is to contact your stencil supplier and follow their recommendation. Periodic inspection of your apertures (using microscope, or minimum 10x magnification) would also be a good idea to make sure that g

Re: Stencil printers, what's really out there?

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 22 17:03:48 EST 2000 | Chris

Dek 249 and Dek 260 models use to have fiducial recognition where table would adjust to the stencil. However, I would still recomend you buy an inline model because the change over will be much faster. Probably 10 times faster.

Re: Stencil for 10 mils IC

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 13 16:24:49 EST 2000 | Darby

Depending on the designers pad size, I generally go for 0.010" aperture with 0.010" spacing - stencil thickness 0.005". This combo with metal squeegees and the "usual suspects" of printer set up and placement details should you you hassle free.

Stencil Cleaners

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 03 12:19:15 EST 2000 | John Azevedo

I am currently looking into buying a stencil cleaner. If there's anyone that has any information on an affordable cleaner please let me know. Thanks

Re: Stencil Cleaners

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 03 15:55:47 EST 2000 | CAL

John- We are curently running an Aqueous Technologies AQ201sc Stencil Cleaner with Zestron A200 Chemisrty and are really please with the unit and cleaning capabilities. Aqueous Technologies contact Joe Herr 800-218-8128. Zestron contact Andreas M�hlb


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