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Intelligent twin tape feeder from Assembleon

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 10 04:55:55 EDT 2004 | Daniele

Hi all Has anyone experience with intelligent twin tape feeder from Assembleon? Is it worth to interest? What are restrictions and drawbacks? Daniel

URL Link Doesn't Work

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 09 09:43:15 EST 2001 | bdoyle

Ok, Neil and I activated our Wonder-Twin powers (patent pending) and fixed the problem.

Flex Fab

Electronics Forum | Fri May 27 10:31:14 EDT 2005 | HOSS

Anyone heard of or used Century Circuits in the Twin Cities? Any feedback? Thanks.

Flex Fab

Electronics Forum | Fri May 27 10:33:30 EDT 2005 | HOSS

Anyone know anything about Century Circuits in the Twin Cities? Any feedback regarding their performance/quality? Thanks.

how to clean pc-boards from the NY disaster

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 12 15:28:25 EDT 2001 | devajj

I have been asked to find a way to clean pc-boards (telecom)equipment covered with the dust and dirt from the Twin Tower destruction. Any Ideas??

Depanel thin board

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 01 18:12:12 EDT 2015 | comatose

I've done V score that thin, but it takes some doing. Using a twin linear knife type machine. In quantity this seems like a perfect job for laser, though.

Mechanical stripper for fine magnet wire

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 04 19:20:39 EDT 2003 | severs

Fine magnet wire responds well to abrasion stripping. Here's one I've used: http://www.carpentermfg.com/magnet.htm Teflon requires a different kind of stripper called a twin blade rotary stripper or a precision die stripper because it's subject to

MYDATA vs ASSEMBLEON

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 28 07:52:25 EDT 2005 | Base

Just have a look at the archives and see what you come up with. There is a hell of a lot more trouble listed there on the Mydata stuff than there is on the Emerald or it's Topaz twin. User-friendlyness? The GUI on the NT-based Emerald (that would be

Problem with conformal coating

Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 10 03:25:35 EDT 2005 | Peter

Normally, some conformal coatings do not have very good wetting properties, that should be basic function of a good coating material (the same reqirement as avoid bubbles during coating process)! For UV curing conformal coatings, you can try Lackwe

The truth about lead-free and environment

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 24 15:40:23 EST 2006 | Gilligan

Novemer 13, 2001, minutes from the JG-PP Lead-Free Solder project: http://www.jgpp.com/projects/lead_free_soldering/minutes/01novminutes.pdf It seems to me, that although everything was discussed before hand, it wound up being the "Let's do it and

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