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Wet or Dry Wipe

Jan 5, 2006 | Assuming you mean paste and not adhesive, we use both wet and dry with vaccum. We can control the s

Where to get large reel 0402 passives?

Dec 13, 2005 | Hi, We used to use large reels of 0603 passives, but now we have moved to 0402 our supplier only

SMD acceptable criteria

Dec 9, 2005 | Hi Ajay, Does your company currently use any quality standards or is it made up as one goes by the

AOI Machines...........

Dec 6, 2005 | Good Morning, We have 4 Mirtec machines currently. We use them in our standard SMT, Lead Free and

BGA inspection microscope

Dec 2, 2005 | We have both Ersa scope and X-Ray. Everyone uses the X-ray because it's a quick way to check for sh

Jars versus Cartridges

Nov 23, 2005 |

MY12 tpsys shutdown

Nov 18, 2005 | Well my problem wound up being the intel modem cards Mydata started using. They got a hold of some o

MyData glue station

Nov 14, 2005 |

solderability problem

Nov 11, 2005 |

Need Help for EMI Shielding process

Nov 10, 2005 | Hi everybody! I would like to ask some advice which kind of EMI shielding process is easy to use, ec

rubber masking boots for conformal coatings

Nov 8, 2005 | A while ago I tried using rubber boots for masking but couldn't get them to work because the coating

optical component centering

Nov 6, 2005 | Hello, I use Siemens MS128 & HS180. I need to place a lot of TO-252AA, SOT223, ... components. At

SMT tape boards!

Oct 24, 2005 | You can't really use a pasted board to troubleshoot the program as any components not on target simp

SMT tape boards!

Oct 21, 2005 |

Hybrid reflow profiles

Oct 3, 2005 |

DEK 2D Inspection

Oct 3, 2005 | We've been using Horizon 01's for a couple of years. We use the advanced 2d board and stencil to se

Lead Free ...

Sep 26, 2005 | What type of alloy and at what temperature do you use for wave soldering? Do you need to modify you

Universal GSM1 with Shuttle

Sep 23, 2005 | Hi, We used the 1 mil for 0402's etc. Admittedly most of our experience was on 2.6 & 4 mil as we

Scrap criteria

Sep 19, 2005 | There is not "one size fits all" answer. One criteria I've heard used is scrap it after so many hou

Dry boards for leadfree reflow

Sep 15, 2005 | In our current process we don't need to dry our pcb's. We use FR4 HASL boards. For the leadfree pr

Water Soluble Paste

Aug 31, 2005 | One more thing to think about - if placing BGA's using water sol., you must ensure they are clean an

High temp grease needed

Aug 28, 2005 | I agree with Pete, I prefer to use High Temp Lubricant. Because it more clean compare to High Temp

SMT production

Aug 10, 2005 | First, butget. Second, flexibilities. If you have tight butget, you better choose used SMT equipment

ENIG switch contacts

Aug 8, 2005 |

Need help on selecting the SMT equipment for small volume

Jul 15, 2005 | Hi Rob, Thank you very much for your comments. I appreciate that. Have you heard anyone use these p

SPC and Wave

Jul 14, 2005 | yes SPC can be used on a wave solder machine, you should use a c-chart to monitor the amount of defe

ESD question

Jul 12, 2005 | Can't be 100% sure now, but Xerox used to be proud that recycled photocopier toner was used in the p

PCB Prototyping SSB / DSB

Jul 11, 2005 |

Tinlead on goldfingers

Jul 1, 2005 |

Fuji cp6 nozzle repair

Jun 29, 2005 | We used to use a company in the uk that did this, we stopped as the results were never that good, i

fine pitch QFP

Jun 16, 2005 |

vitronics xpm users

Jun 14, 2005 | Are any of you guys out there using the vitronics xpm oven's having problems with the muffin fans dy

Reliability assessment SnPb joints to lead-free component

Jun 7, 2005 | Dear all, Recently we encountered some functionality failure when using lead-free component(Sn99.

No-clean SMT process and water wash (Clean) repair

May 25, 2005 | We have passed testing using this process, I would consider it on a case by case basis however. We

wave solder machine

May 16, 2005 |

Peelable Masking

May 12, 2005 | Hi Amejia, Do you can try my silly idea by using some connector header with plastic holder type cut

Peelable Masking

May 10, 2005 | You can buy pre-made dots if that helps, they usually come in sizes from 1/8" on up. I have use a

Peelable Masking

May 10, 2005 | I currently use Chemask CM8 Peelable Masking which currently takes 30 - 60 minutes to cure. Does an

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fluid dispensing pumps for integration

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