Electronics Forum | Wed May 09 10:31:35 EDT 2001 | davef
Two things to try, if you don't get direct answers: 1 Use the contact points at http://www.streckfuss.com/wave_soldering.htm 2 Do a net search on "wave solder streckfuss". Call the companies that list Streckfuss wave solder machines in their capab
Electronics Forum | Wed May 16 10:37:34 EDT 2001 | davef
Similar to my response to your previous posting on this topic dated 5/8/01, things to try are: 1 Contact your non-supplier [Streckfuss] using the contact points at http://www.streckfuss.com/wave_soldering.htm, obtain source drawings for components o
Electronics Forum | Tue May 15 21:09:45 EDT 2001 | tdao
Hello, Is anyone out there familiar with this wavesolder or currently still use this equipment? I am in search of spare parts replacement due to Streckfuss Co is no longer support it. Please e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Your help is greatly appreci
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 03 09:24:38 EDT 2005 | John S.
We are implementing a high volume dedicated product line that will be doing lead free selective soldering. There seems to be 3 basic technologies. Wire fed (Panasonic Softbeam or Laser), solder pumps and chimneys (Pillarhouse, SEHO, ERSA, etc) and
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 04 19:53:50 EST 2003 | joeherz
Hello All, I've come across this machine and have no experience with Streckfuss other than the little radial "trim only" unit. Does anyone own one of these? Good, bad, ugly? The one I found is going for $2.5k and has a good selection of dies.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 30 12:05:24 EST 1999 | Wolfgang Busko
Hi, you could try "www.streckfuss.com". I can�t imagine what is meant by "fairly inexpensive". That kinda stuff you can get used, maybe someone does have one of these dustcollectors laying around. good luck Wolfgang