Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 27 18:38:55 EDT 2003 | Yngwie
One of my customer asking me about my capability on soldering nickel strip onto the PCB pad. Given the size of the pad of 80 mil X 80 mil, and he want to ensure that we can pass 4.5kg peel force(solder wire Sn63/Pb37). Anybody with this experience ?
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 28 09:59:04 EDT 2003 | davef
Your customer's question is reasonable. Soldering to nickel is not always a walk on the beach [can of corn, or whatever]. This issue is flux not solder. Your Sn63 will have plenty of strength, providing the solder connection is well formed. You s
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 22 04:56:34 EDT 2019 | hathawayc
Hi,I am a newone here.I wonder if the copper strip can be tin welded on PCB board?How should it be welded?Are there any requirements?Are there any defects?
Electronics Forum | Wed May 09 09:18:09 EDT 2012 | tbouslog
I was wondering if you could tell me about how long it takes to load and teach the strips in the tray?
Electronics Forum | Thu May 01 23:32:46 EDT 2014 | asajedi
I have assembled panels of 24"X9.5" LED Panels (24 strips of 10mm). I need to cut them into strips and join them together then add double sided 3M tape and spool them. How is this best accomplished. Laser Cutting, Die Cutting, Roller Cutting
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 15 20:12:13 EST 2006 | Frank
The strip tape tray feeder is not practical if you have a lot of different strips. What about using splicing? Take some empty tape and splice it on to the front of your strips?
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 28 09:45:48 EDT 2008 | leemeyer
What is the model of the machine, 1414, 1818 ?? What version of software are you running. There is probably a safety touch strip (yellow rubber strip)that is around the head and possibly the front sides of the machine. Check the connections and wirin
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 04 05:24:45 EDT 2019 | kasun_elk
We have some small strips of SMD reels, when we use those reels in Siplace machine we can't identify exact part number of the strips because there is no any connection with reel and the strip. And while unloading reels operators insert wrong art
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 28 21:01:09 EST 2008 | davef
Tony: Thanks posting information about your experience with strippers. First, why did you need to strip the entire board? Next, please clarify the following points to expand our knowledge of using Humiseal 1063 Stripper: * How long was the conforma
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 27 12:42:47 EDT 2007 | rgduval
I know this is a little outside of SMT production, but, I'm hoping someone out there can help me with a small issue. I have a product that I'm building that requires 4 .250" wires, with .125" strip on each end. I solder one end to the board, and on