Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 17 15:07:33 EST 2005 | davef
Some of our troop use manual tweezers. Some use 'vacuum pens' things. Vacuum pens are manually operated, vacuum powered. Suppliers of the vacuum pens things are: * Lighter weight, lower strength ** PenVac [www.virtual-ii.com] ** Vampire ** Select
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 18 02:34:55 EST 2005 | siverts
Thank You for the info, Dave. This forum must be the best on the planet, maybe in the whole Universe... Regards, siverts.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 17 03:35:07 EST 2005 | siverts
Good day everybody, I am looking for a number of portable vac-operated pick-up tools; to be used by operators, so they can pick QFP's/BGA's etc. out of matrix trays and also to put components back in the trays. It should be slim, ESD-safe and powere
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 15 08:30:59 EDT 2009 | geb
We use precision tweezers to rework 0402 (OKI MFR-PTZ) not tried with 0201, but it may be a solution. The tweezers themselves have the heating element built in.
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 01 09:16:35 EDT 2007 | pbxtech
I have the Weller WTA50 desoldering tweezers, and have a question for any of you that use these. Quite a few times when I need to replace the tips on these things, the two little screws are So stuck, I either end up stripping the inside of them or ou
Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 06 08:26:59 EST 1999 | Dave F
| Clarissa, | | We place the parts using two different methods. One is using a Fritsch semi automated pick and place. The other is using a vacuum pen. One of the assemblers said if she just had to choose one, she would pick the vacuum pen. I kn
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 13 20:22:43 EDT 2007 | davef
We use tweezers to pick burnt 'peelable' mask. That stuff stuck in the unfilled PTH is a mature female dog.
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 01 10:12:36 EDT 2007 | russ
use some mineral oil on the threads, and take the screws out hot if you can Russ
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 01 11:59:43 EDT 2007 | pbxtech
I'll try that. Thanks!! :)
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 27 01:54:32 EDT 2013 | isd_jwendell
I like my JBC. I don't like the price of the tips, especially when you need 2 for the tweezers. The tips last a long time though. At one point JBC had a problem with the tweezer tips dieing early, but they appear to have fixed that problem. I also h