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stencil tension measurement

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 01 08:57:05 EDT 2010 | tselvan

Hi Whats tension limit on stencil?who is the supplier for the meter Regard S.TAMIL

stencil tension measurement

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 02 09:49:00 EDT 2010 | davef

We want to know why people would want to measure stencil tension

Re: Screen tension (measuring)

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 23 09:47:45 EST 1999 | Dan Hughes

George, No it does not make sense to measure the tension on a mounted foil, however, if you wish to please your customer you might want to find a tension gauge that measures in mils of deflection. In the beginning, screen tensions were all measured

stencil tension measurement

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 02 14:10:50 EDT 2010 | davef

What kind of paste printing defects do you get from having the stencil tension: * Too high? * Too low?

stencil tension measurement

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 03 11:35:57 EDT 2010 | davef

Oh, more money than ... Then just go buy a tensionorometer like: Protec STG-series tension gauge http://www.protec.jp We have no relationship, nor receive benefit from the company referenced above.

Screen tension (measuring)

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 15 08:21:31 EST 1999 | George Verboven (Process Engineer)

In the early days, we used screens made of stainless steel or polyester. Sometimes - after A period - the tension was not good, because A wire was broken. Later on we started to us metal stencils, glued in A polyester screen. even than we had sometim

stencil tension measurement

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 02 12:28:41 EDT 2010 | tselvan

to prevent solder paste printing defects

stencil tension measurement

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 03 10:03:07 EDT 2010 | cyber_wolf

For the same reason they would buy a viscometer and an automatic paste mixer.

Solder surface tension

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 08 20:23:23 EDT 1999 | Bix

Can anyone tell me the formula/method to determine the amount of weight that solder's surface tension can support. (ie: Maximum weight of components soldered onto a bottom side of a board during a top side reflow on a Paste/Paste process). Thanks, S

Re: Screen tension (measuring)

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 16 09:03:33 EST 1999 | Dave F

Thanks Dave, But still I have the following question unanswered, in a technical point of view: Has it sense to measure this on A system like we have now, because there are no wires that can be broken. George: While I agree that no wires c

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