Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 19 11:30:11 EST 2002 | russ
What temp. are you planning on baking them? If this is long term process I would recommend that you hav trays made out of an appropriate ESDS material that can withstand your bake temp (such as duropol)for your QFPs. You can have several patterns/pa
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 01 12:48:49 EDT 2004 | pjc
AP25 can handle warped boards to a degree. I also depends on the board clamping system on the machine. There are three avbl. First is Universal Vacuum box, second is dedicated tooling with vacuum and third is Y Snugger tooling that does not use vacuu
Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 11 08:53:44 EST 2017 | tch
My company is looking for a vacuum that can handle being used to clean up solder splashes on the bottom of our wave solder machines and around the solder pot area in our ERSA Selective Solder Machines. In the past we would use a Shopvac but these don
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 10 08:01:47 EDT 2002 | mpotter
Kevin If you want to go automated then why not take a look at the Philips ACM. It is the flagship for placing SMT and Oddform packages. We use Vacuum nozzles and Grippers to handle many truly oddform components.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 04 13:00:54 EST 2016 | tombstonesmt
Any manufacturers offer an off the shelf vacuum type bare board loader that can handle boards 16"wide and 22"long? We're having issues with our de-stacker since these boards tend to come in warped.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 19 13:43:49 EDT 2001 | jschake
I cannot report having experience with 0201 printing applications on flex circuits. Generally, I would be concerned with handling of the flex substrate. A carefully designed vacuum capable custom tooling fixture would likely be required to ensure p
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 21 14:23:56 EDT 2003 | kenBliss
In order to service your wave solder machine safely, the following needs to be understood. Ladling dross out of the machine and putting it in into a coffee can or similar is not safe and puts operators and other employees at risk. Protecting the se
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 15 14:10:38 EDT 2013 | cyber_wolf
One of our aerospace customers "suggested" we vacuum seal MSD components. We bought a vacuum sealer and we are deciding whether or not to vacuum seal ALL MSD parts or just aerospace. Our current method consist of desiccant, a humidity card and a bag
Electronics Forum | Wed May 05 15:27:06 EDT 2010 | bradlanger
Make sure that both lead frames are contacting the PCB pads when the part is on the placement head. We had an SM xfrmer that we were handling with vacuum by a ferrite cap that was not glued on straight. The part would contact one set of pads and get
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 15 15:02:55 EDT 2013 | island2013
In previous lives we vacuum sealed all MSD devices. Also a nitrogen chamber can be used for unsealed bags. You can check the J-STD-033 and J-STD-020A for handling of the different levels, bake times etc. Good Luck!