Electronics Forum: vacuum package (Page 1 of 13)

equipment to vacuum seal parts

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 30 12:11:56 EDT 1998 | Claudine Hanson

We are trying to eliminate/minimize the baking process for high lead-count ICs. We would like to reseal packages containing these parts to minimize exposure to humidity. Anyone have or know of a way to reseal or vacuum pack parts? Any suggested eq

Re: equipment to vacuum seal parts

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 30 15:27:26 EDT 1998 | Matthew Park

Very simple, you just buy a commerical-grade vacuum sealer. It's not that expensive. A small tabletop unit cost $2000 - $4000. I don't have a number handy. E-mail me off-line if you require more info. Regards Matthew NII, Norsat Internationa

Re: equipment to vacuum seal parts

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 01 20:11:31 EDT 1998 | Wayne Bracy

We are trying to eliminate/minimize the baking process for high lead-count ICs. We would like to reseal packages containing these parts to minimize exposure to humidity. Anyone have or know of a way to reseal or vacuum pack parts? Any suggested eq

Re: equipment to vacuum seal parts

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 01 16:46:50 EDT 1998 | Dave F

We are trying to eliminate/minimize the baking process for high lead-count ICs. We would like to reseal packages containing these parts to minimize exposure to humidity. Anyone have or know of a way to reseal or vacuum pack parts? Any suggested eq

Looking for a Used Vacuum Packaging Machine

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 23 20:48:30 EDT 2007 | randygail

I'm looking for a pcb vacuum packaging machine(used) and also need a cross section table, microscope. Please respond

Re: Vacuum packaging

Electronics Forum | Tue May 23 21:03:18 EDT 2000 | Dave F

David: Beyond the information on sealing components in the archives, look for information on protecting boards. Further, consider a dessicant cabinet, as an alternative. Sources are also in the archives. Good luck. Dave F

Packing material, the right track ?

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 23 15:43:24 EDT 2001 | mparker

Have you considered vacuum package in ESD bags, just like the way the IC's are packaged? What about conformal coating for the units being stored? 10 years is a long time for End of Service life of a product. You may need to get accelerated life testi

Vacuum packaging

Electronics Forum | Fri May 19 08:05:23 EDT 2000 | David

We do a lot of prototype work, builds occur days or months apart and moisture Absorption in IC's is a worry. I would like to bake, chuck in some silica gel and then seal or vac seal in an envelope. Does anyone have any experience of vacuum sealing wa

Companent storage time before soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 13 09:15:19 EDT 2006 | Rob

Hi Peter, Out of the 1.5 billion components we shipped last year, we had 3 components back for solderability issues. All 3 had been taken out of their vacuum packaging and left to oxidize for a number of weeks. We don't see it as an issue, but we

USED EQUIPMENT IN CHINA

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 04 07:13:42 EDT 2005 | stefwitt

All good advise, guys. I somewhat blame myself, that I didn�t inspect the machine. On the other hand, who knows, what machine I would have seen. Here are some e-mail responses, indicating, that this is not the type of business I�m capable of doing my

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