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Splicing tool recomendations?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 16 22:56:41 EDT 2009 | davef

splic* tool

QFP rework tool

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 17 09:52:34 EDT 1998 | Ben Wilmot

Does anybody know of a tool to rework bent legs on a QFP package ?

MyData tool damage

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 09 11:33:36 EST 2005 | OverTheHill

It's been about 1 month since replacing the above parts, and no tool damage so far.

Splicing tool recomendations?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 18 00:27:58 EDT 2009 | donnieb

We got our tool and tapes from Splicetronics. No complaints

Leadforming hand tool

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 22 15:41:08 EST 2004 | jgregory

Hello All, I know this is "SMT"Net, but I have a question regarding thru-hole lead-forming. I know we, as SMT personnel, also have duties in thru-hole from time to time. I am looking for a TO metal can leadforming tool with either fixed or adjustabl

MyData tool damage

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 23 12:32:57 EST 2004 | OverTheHill

All right all you Mydata techies. Here's the scoop. My old TP9 seems to be damaging (bending) it's A12 and A13 tools way too frequently. Like 4 tools in the last month. It appears the tool is colliding with somthing. My perfect operators SWEAR there

MyData tool damage

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 06 11:13:08 EST 2006 | fredericksr

I ran this same process by MyData when I was there for training and I received the message that calibrating the force sensor through the service menu was an invalid technique. Correct me if I am wrong, but every tool should recalibrate itself when i

Re: QFP rework tool

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 17 11:20:42 EDT 1998 | Ben Salisbury

Does anybody know of a tool to rework bent legs on a QFP package ? Ben- Check the threads below....a few good options were discussed a few days ago -Ben odd... it feels as though I'm writing to myself

Re: QFP rework tool

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 21 07:20:41 EDT 1998 | Ben Wilmot

The tool I require is for QFP lead formng (as used by the manufacturer presumbly). Or a contractor that can perform this operation.

MyData tool damage

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 23 13:38:25 EST 2004 | clampron

Over The Hill, Sounds like you may have an incorrect height specified on a package causing the tool to slam into the board. The most likely cause is removing a magazine while the machine is running but I too have perfect operators who NEVER do that.

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