Electronics Forum | Tue May 03 07:54:40 EDT 2005 | scotceltic
Does anyone have any contact info. for affordable custom tube feeder setup for a FUJI QP3 Machine ?? I have already tried Component Express. Although their application would work it is just too big for us.
Electronics Forum | Wed May 04 08:12:35 EDT 2005 | scotceltic
Thanks guys. USVIBRA is still alive and kicking apparently.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 05 10:55:14 EDT 2005 | johnthor
as I recall Hoover-Davis bought US Vibra. Unknown as to what they supply or support
Electronics Forum | Tue May 03 17:53:38 EDT 2005 | Frank
Comtra makes stick feeders, but I do not think they sell direct to end-users. Only thru the PnP manufacturers. They are in the midwest somewhere. If US Vibra is still in business is a good question. They are in Arizona, in Tucson I believe.
Electronics Forum | Tue May 03 21:50:12 EDT 2005 | davef
We too believe US-Vibra is kaput. Last known was: US-VIBRA; 3544 E. Fort Lowell Rd., Tucson, AZ, 85716; 520-795-4721 F 520-584-8750 800-562-3648
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 05 06:25:12 EST 2007 | CL
JDumont, Baking in tubes is possible. Max temp for tubes is around 50 degrees C. Some will withstand more than others. You would have to do some experimenting on the tubes that you do have to see what temp they can take. JEDEC 033-A stated that a le
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 11 14:01:25 EDT 2010 | clampron
Good Afternoon, The PVC tubes, unless marked otherwise, cannot see 125 degrees C. I have baked smaller level 3 parts at 40 degrees C for 9 days in the tube. I had tried several different temperatures but found out the the max temp for the tubes is d
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 27 16:45:22 EDT 1998 | Eric Jenkins
Need a resource for metal tubes to bake moisture sensitive devices. Eric Jenkins
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 01 12:27:29 EST 2007 | jdumont
Is anyone doing this? What is the proper temp to bake tubes at? Is there an easier solution? Thanks in advance
Electronics Forum | Tue May 01 10:44:28 EDT 2012 | streuzucker
How about BEE Packaging? http://www.beepackaging.com/ic-tubes.html