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Re: Cleaning of 'No-Clean' paste

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 13 11:02:08 EDT 1999 | Bill Schreiber

Mike failed to list the company that introduced the first ultrasonic stencil cleaner in 1990. The company remains the leader in stencil cleaning worldwide: Smart Sonic Corporation Tel: 1(800)906-4407 Fax: 1(818) 909-6409 e-mail: smt@smatrsonic.com w

Forum Sales

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 12:55:08 EDT 1999 | Rob Fischer

I'm interested in hearing how many forum fans are interested in blatant advertising in the forum pages. At least Mike listed everyone instead of tooting his own horn. Some vendors support sites like these by buying banners and such. How effective

Re: polyimide stencils

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 18 18:10:16 EST 1998 | fraser

I keep hearing about polyimide stencils, but what are they like in terms of registration and aperture accuracy? Fraser- We use polyimide stencils with great success for our prototype boards.

Used equipment

Electronics Forum | Tue May 01 09:58:20 EDT 2007 | rgduval

Basem, I can't direct you to a dispensing machine, as I'm not familiar with them. But, I can tell you what we do. We specialize in short volume, prototype quantity runs. Since prototypes and short quantities are not conducive to volume operations

Best Jet Printer? MY600?

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 01 09:17:45 EST 2016 | spoiltforchoice

You can buy an awful lot of stencils for $200K > but where/how are you going to store all of those > stencils? There is a certain $$$ value to all > the space it will take to store them. > > I have > been told by a Mycronic salesman that they a

Freshman in SMT industry needing advice

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 22 14:45:01 EDT 2004 | Michelle Ogihara

As many people have participated in this email string, including competitors and customers of Sawa, I would like to respond to especially one rather detailed email expressing concerns with this stencil cleaning system. Also, this teaches me to keep

Re: Stencil Cleaning

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 12 18:12:15 EST 1999 | B. Walton

Spray cleaners are poor alternatives to todays ultrasonic stencil cleaners. Ultrasonics are the way to go and you can use rather benign water based chemistries to get the job done. As for screening adhesives and cleaning glue residue with spray wands

Freshman in SMT industry needing advice

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 29 18:17:48 EST 2004 | kerryn

It should be noted that some of the main reasons to change from manual cleaning to automated stencil cleaning are: � Manual cleaning is not consistent � quality is totally in the operators hands � Contamination left on the stencil and in the aperture

Re: Aperture sizes for printing SMD adhesive

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 22 12:04:15 EST 1999 | Dave F

Please could you suggest a recommended aperture sizes for printing of smd adhesives. Any recommendations on stencil thickness as well as stencil finish will be appreciated. Mark: About the only rule of printing adhesives is: Keep it off the

Stencil cleaners.

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 24 15:10:37 EDT 2006 | carln

Here are some additional comments that have been posted on the CircuitNet web site: Fist, the answer is the same regardless of the specific paste type, (leaded or non-leaded). High pressure sprays should never be applied to a stencil. Stencils are

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