Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 21:38:58 EDT 2000 | Dave F
Mohammed: Huuumm, identifying components, sounds like a dangerous thing to do, if you�re in the assembly business. ;^) Try: � "Component Identification Desk Reference Manual", with an IPC ordering code of DRM-18. This book is not a standard, but
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 23 16:01:18 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon
I need some info on how to stop the bridges I'm having on radial and axial parts that are in the same place on every board. I'm also having problems with sot-25 bridging. I'm using a Electrovert E-pak. I tried leveling the machine,solder pot, an
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 26 16:01:33 EST 1998 | tom Gervascio
I need some info on how to stop the bridges I'm having on radial and axial parts that are in the same place on every board. I'm also having problems with sot-25 bridging. I'm using a Electrovert E-pak. I tried leveling the machine,solder pot
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 30 17:39:47 EST 2009 | CSM84V
I was wondering what the difference between "Y" type feeders and "HM" type feeders where? Also I understand that the "FV" type feeders are pneumatic rather than manual advance, what is the purpose for pneumatic advance if manual works just fine? Are
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 02 12:54:18 EST 2009 | larryo
We have many feeders and spare parts for that vintage machine If you are interested please contact email@example.com Thank you larry O
Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 01 17:28:24 EST 2009 | tpappano
The feeders on the CSM84 actually feed the tapes forward by the force of a spring. On the 8mm and 12mm feeders the spring is loaded directly by the force of the push rod on the placement head. With the larger tapes like 16mm and 24mm, a stronger sp
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 20 19:02:00 EDT 2013 | garym4569
I would definitely consider Juki.
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 12 10:26:43 EDT 2013 | emeto
As I said Siemems SX series can do a lot.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 13 20:24:54 EDT 2013 | kahrpr
You need to look at samsung a few years back at apex vegas they were teaching poker chips and just about anything else you can put on the head.