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Entry level turn key system

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 27 15:37:05 EDT 2013 | tuxlab

We are thinking of getting a small pcb assembly setup for a small manufacturing co-op here in Los Angeles. Our experience consist of manual soldering of through hole and smt components. A quick search suggests that there are a few turn key opt

inspection system

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 30 08:00:33 EDT 2003 | pjc

Jason, In Transmission AXI the entire solder joint volume is imaged, not just a slice (no missing information) as with Cross-Section. Also, there is no signal loss from mechanical or digital image reconstruction (highest contrast and edge strength).

entry level BGA rework systems

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 21 10:30:30 EST 2005 | mikeattekfab

We are in need of an entry BGA rework system for small jobs and occasional rework. I would love any and all ideas, including information on cost of this equipment.

entry level BGA rework systems

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 25 09:17:46 EST 2005 | pjc

Go to http://www.focalspot.com they have a nice little unit for $13K I saw at the IPC/APEX show this week.

entry level BGA rework systems

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 23 18:09:43 EST 2005 | Austinj

I am currently using the following equipment for low volume and occasional BGA rework: BGA-3591/CSP-3501 115V Rework System. This system is fairly inexpensive, unsure of the actual price, However, can be used to rework QFP and PLCC components.(of co

entry level BGA rework systems

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 01 11:11:50 EST 2005 | spot

We use SRT. We still have machines that are over 5 years old and are functioning very well in the BGA, QFP and yes CSP area. The critical part is getting the right Air nozzle for the part size. Also the software has a auto-profile feature that wor

BGA not level when placed

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 25 11:12:32 EST 2008 | hegemon

It sounds more as though you have a profiling problem primarily, however, if your placement is not square to the board, then you should get your machine setup correct first. After that you can get to the profiling. If the BGA is brought up to tempe

Acceptable level of defects for Wave Soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 15 11:05:16 EDT 2004 | rlackey

Hi John, It depends on what equipment and resources you have at your disposal - if you have an antique wave with crap adjustment & hand sprayed flux, no debridging/air knife system on a tightly packed board with a multitude of fine pitch connectors

Resistance value level of lead-free solder joint

Electronics Forum | Mon May 26 08:02:11 EDT 2003 | davef

Resistance: Tables of wire gauge often provide a resistance measure of some kind for each gauge. That way we can estimate the resistance of any length of wire we might be interested in. Calculating trace resistance is only slightly more complicated.

JUKI KE700 series - system configuration options

Electronics Forum | Fri May 06 06:54:56 EDT 2022 | jojoled

I have JUKI KE760L, and did notice that, when In "Feeder data " I select feeder position say 20, it enters XYZ coordinates for "pick coordinates" for example X=-260, Y=-25, Z=-1, which I need to "correct always by camera (it is slightly shifted).....

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