Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 11 21:06:49 EDT 2018 | jacobidiego
Hi experts, I have some stencils in a bad state. Some of the marks belongs to squegee operation. I wonder if it is possible to measure the pressure that is being applied, as we can set the pressure, but we don't know if that value is real and calib
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 06 14:12:49 EDT 2018 | tey422
I just found out we are unable to epoxy it. As the customer need to pull it up and open to tune the product. Which means the only way to solve it is by fine tune the pad and/or stencil design.
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 06 05:43:15 EDT 2018 | cmchoue
Thank you Mr.Spoiltforchoice, My question is not clear , let me show you a photo Did you have any suggestion? Thanks James
Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 01 02:28:40 EST 2018 | buckcho
Hi there, there are usually two gerber types that stencil guys send. Ask them to send the other type. Additionally contact me if you want to know more - there is a workaround with free gerbview program - load the gerber and just save it.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 20 19:09:04 EST 2018 | dekhead
Island SMT showing in stock. http://islandsmt.com/product/front-and-back-stencil-sensor
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 21 09:10:11 EST 2018 | dekhead
Are you seeing the stencil operational (changing state) in diagnostics? If sensor works then, look at image justification in product file...
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 30 03:01:39 EST 2019 | robl
You could use a stepped stencil around the parts you're having issues with to add a greater paste deposit to them and not the rest, or slightly elongate the apertures and overprint, but this may lead to solder balling.