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Re: Waverider

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 07 13:36:08 EDT 2000 | Michael Parker

Whoa dude- I got stoked when I read your 411 'cuz my first thought was that any EXPERIENCED waverider knows that SEXWAX is the only thing that keeps your board slick while running the pipeline. You are way cool, party on dude!!!

stencil

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 20 03:26:57 EST 2014 | slouis2014

Hello, Can anybody tell me what is the life span of a stencil? How many stokes on the stencil is the maximum count to have PREDICTIVE maintenance on the stencil.Thanks

Conformal Coating Height Inspection

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 07 09:05:12 EDT 2005 | chunks

There's a ton of em'. We used the one from Paul N. Gardner Company, part # WF-CCD. They cost 0.95 each, so if someone decides the gage looks better in their garage, it's not that big of a deal. We set up a program that puts down 4 stokes on a test

Squeegee replacement

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 02 09:00:08 EST 2008 | davef

We agree with Se�or Tech. We feel that it's more important to monitor the contact area of the squeege for bending, dings, and whatnot that could damage the stencil than counting print stokes. Just the same, ya just have to love those clueless qualit

Asys Router

Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 16 08:39:30 EST 2008 | davef

No, we didn't know UK based service support for your machine from a bread box, but maybe these people can help you: * Wolfgang M�ller, Technical Sales, Technical Manager, +49 7348 9855 15, F+49 7348 9855 8 15, M +49 175 58 39 611 Wolfgang.Mueller@asy

Re: 20 mil qfp bridging

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 12 22:38:44 EDT 1999 | Dave F

Hello Having a problem with bridging on 20mil pitch qfp, only on the lead groups where squeegee goes over width of apertures. Using MPM sp-200 semi-auto, chem-etch stencil, 9-10mil width opening 100 durometer blade. Getting "tails" on deposi

Re: Universal 4760 HSP

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 11 16:21:33 EDT 1999 | Dan Perkins

Jason, The stroke of the cutter blade cam rod is fairly tight, is machine making loud clunking noise when it stops? If so stoke may need to be adjusted. Send me an email if you would like to talk. dan Yes, I am aware of this machine being a Sa

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