Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 09 16:29:56 EDT 2013 | gregp
Hi Everyone, I'm looking for some feedback about through hole assembly requirements today vs. yesteryear. As I see it, there are two main categories...legacy through hole and new through hole with mixed technology. The legacy stuff is older designs
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 11 10:48:02 EDT 2013 | gregp
Hi Reese, The UIC machine is (was) good for higher volumes. Do you think these machines are less appropriate for smaller lot sizes and PCB's with just a few through hole parts? Also, are the UIC through hole machines still fully supported with ampl
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 21 10:28:23 EST 2014 | gregp
Hi Adam, So with two to three people on the slide line, each only able to place five different components maximum, this means you generally don't exceed 10-15 through hole parts per assembly, correct? I am guessing these are mixed technology boards
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 17 13:43:39 EST 2014 | gregp
So we all know through hole assembly hasn't been completely eradicated. I am doing some research as to the types of through hole assembly that still remain. My questions are related to through hole requirements and past, current and future methodol
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 01 12:23:26 EDT 2002 | barryg
We are looking at possible doing a few through hole components on the smt line. Is this feasable? What types of components are diffucult to do this way? What stencil considerations are there? Anyone have any info on this subject?
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 07 11:27:25 EST 2007 | asoe
I just wonder anyone had the idea of solderability test for through hole by using a wetting balance equipment? I read the jstd002/003 however my feel is now our machine (metronelec st60) is not capable of this test?
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 21 12:43:51 EDT 2000 | David
We are going to hand place through hole connectors by screening them top side in a double sided reflow board. I saw this done before sucessfully on a daily basis but is there anyone with a paper or specs as to what aperture size, any special pad cons
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 27 09:52:49 EST 2004 | pjc
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 27 17:37:07 EST 2004 | JT
We use a JUKI 760 and a 106 nozzle.
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 12 12:45:56 EDT 2013 | deanm
> manual insert any remaining odd form components >> selective solder or hand solder if needed.