Electronics Forum: stencil frames (Page 1 of 26)

stencil ordering

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 25 14:46:50 EDT 2002 | russ

Leading edge, This is used to determine the orientation of the board as you want to run it. If you use center justified stencils this is usually not an issue since you can just turn the stencil any which way you want to. If you are using front/rear

interchangeable stencil frame systems

Electronics Forum | Wed May 02 13:42:54 EDT 2001 | pzohbon

Does anyone know of any interchangeable stencil frame systems? We use Alpha's Metals Smart Frame system,but it is heavy and cumbersome. Also, are there any quality issues that prove the interchangeable system is not as repeatable as the permanently

interchangeable stencil frame systems

Electronics Forum | Thu May 03 12:20:18 EDT 2001 | pzohbon

Thanks for the help! Do you happen to know a good bandaid manufacturer?

interchangeable stencil frame systems

Electronics Forum | Thu May 03 16:44:42 EDT 2001 | davef

I'll leave that to others, but this is far more interesting ... http://www.madsci.org/posts/archives/aug2000/965825243.Ph.q.html

interchangeable stencil frame systems

Electronics Forum | Fri May 04 17:06:28 EDT 2001 | mparker

Kapton tape is anti-static, that's why we use it so much in this industry. If you are seeing yellow light, either whatever you are pulling ain't Kapton, your Viagra is stale or whatever you had for lunch, I want a double!

interchangeable stencil frame systems

Electronics Forum | Fri May 04 19:43:40 EDT 2001 | mparker

I recognized the spoof. Where the heck does he find those links anyway? We only use the low static dissapative stuff around here. But I have heard that Viagra promotes a blue tinge to eyesight. How come your seeing yellow?

interchangeable stencil frame systems

Electronics Forum | Sat May 05 10:18:38 EDT 2001 | johnthor

yeah, we use the low static stuff too... except when the purchasing assistant did the company a "favor" and sought out something cheaper. Those times you want a big stick! The color confusion is because of the rose colored glasses that I wear. Joh

Re: stencil fixture

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 27 13:41:16 EDT 1999 | Scott McKee

i am trying to design a stencil fixture for manual printing. has anyone done this before or has an idea? thanks There are sooo many variables; product size, 1 vs. 2 sided boards, support, component size, pitch, stencil alignment, PCB thickness,

Mechanical stencil foil tensioning

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 24 01:08:10 EST 1999 | Joe Cameron

Has anyone used the mechanical stencil foil tensioning system from certain company that eliminates using stencil frames and epoxy & mesh? Any comments on whether it's worth looking into? We go through product revisions like we go through clean sock

interchangeable stencil frame systems

Electronics Forum | Thu May 03 18:40:34 EDT 2001 | pzohbon

We produce a board right now with a QFP that has 20 mil pitch and we are seeing problems with the solder deposition. I believe it to be a cleaning issue which we are addressing. Soon we will be pasting for bga's. Is there a problem with using inter

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