Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 19 13:55:06 EST 2008 | scooter
If you are using a foam fluxer the heat in the pallet is knocking down the flux head
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 22 20:50:15 EST 2008 | operator
This was my first thought too. Something to do with he flux application or evaporation etc..
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 18 17:18:54 EST 2008 | slootj
Has anyone experienced problems with using Titanium pallets when they get hot? I have a product that solders with no defects when the Ti is first used or warm but then have leads that are not soldered when the pallet is hot. By hot I mean it has been
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 27 15:44:49 EDT 2007 | jsmith01
Does anyone know of a supplier of titanium edge protectors in the US?
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 16 09:52:44 EST 2007 | scouser9751
My company is manufacturing pallets using titanium
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 12 17:09:11 EDT 2007 | allwave
HI John, I use wave fixtures with titanium inserts. So far I have not seen any problem with walls about 0.010" thickness and 0.120" tall (or deep depending how you see it)...The Titanium-composite interface is also very strong (as long as you have e
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 11 12:56:03 EDT 2007 | jsloot
Can anyone give me any information on the longivity of titanium insert wave pallets. What I am looking for is the integrity of thin walls over several hundred cycles and the interface between the insert and the durostone material.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 27 18:20:08 EDT 2007 | coop
Integrated Ideas& Technologies, and Fancort one of these companies should have what your after. good luck
Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 28 11:46:14 EDT 2007 | Tom
I think HMC Hub Material used to have these. http://www.hmcelectronics.com/
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 15 13:27:29 EST 2007 | slthomas
Chad's a good guy and also has decent taste in music from what I recall.