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AOI - Whether Vi Tech or Omron

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 02 12:50:25 EST 2009 | ecyor

both are strong in their unique speciality. it depends on what you would like to specialise in capturing.

Re: Paladium Pillows and Bad Dreams

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 23 13:25:21 EST 1998 | Steve Gregory

Steve - you must not work to IPC class 2 or 3 requirements. If the solder is "pillowed" around the lead, I would strongly suspect a wetting problem. Most of the Paladium leads I see soldered have a strong line of demarcation but no pillowing. Hav

Re: unsoldered smt board assy shipping

Electronics Forum | Thu May 18 16:44:44 EDT 2000 | Travis Slaughter

You should be able to do it with the proper epoxy. I found one several years ago that was so strong during the sheer test the board delaminated and gave before the glue. I did not go with it for rework reasons, that�s something you might want to th

Anyone reviewed Cost of SMT Quality Model?

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 21 13:33:35 EDT 2003 | scifi97

I am just curious if anyone has read the Cost of SMT Quality article by Joe Vilella (CEO of Vectron) in the April 1 issue of Electronic Business magazine http://www.eb-mag.com (You can obtain the model from Joe at joev@vectroninc.com) I have review

Cracked Capacitors

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 09 07:55:08 EDT 2005 | davef

This pattern indicates flex cracking due to excessive bending of the board or fixture after soldering. Ceramic is strong in compression, but weak in tension. When bending causes damaged parts, look at: * Board flexes, ceramic is strong in compressio


Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 31 09:35:59 EST 2005 | Slaine

Hi as this has a gold flash the nickle should be active an not require strong fluxes, i would suggest either your not getting enough heat into it (unlikely if your seeing dewetting). or that you have a plating problem the nickle has oxidised before

DEK 265 motor com error, axis 1,2,3 fatal error

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 01 08:30:54 EDT 2016 | bukas

Certainly possible CPU board issue; but check PC > power supply, that all DCV are present and > strong. > > www.dekhead.com > Certainly possible CPU board issue; but check PC > power supply, that all DCV are present and > strong. > > http:/

Re: wave solder bridges

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 01 16:33:08 EDT 2000 | Ron Lasky

Jason, it looks like you have several options that have strong promise of working. I suggest you perform a designed experiment to find/optimize the best solution with these suggested approaches. Ron

Re: High Temp Past

Electronics Forum | Wed May 03 21:07:36 EDT 2000 | Eric Chua

Hi Steve, I had face problem before. What I did, add addition process which is screen print that apply adhesive. During thru-hole assemble, the components hold strong by the solder. Try this.

Missing componentafter chip placer.

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 06 20:26:07 EDT 2001 | Eric

We see alot of missing component ( on/off ) after chip mounter, and had check on the component height, is correct. Nozzles had change, vaccume strong enough and table height. But we still have missing component.

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