Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 06 15:54:20 EDT 2005 | SC
tried the Pillarhouse??
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 29 11:42:35 EDT 2005 | pr
If you are talking about smt components I'd say absolutely not. If these are through hole components I'd say possibly (if they are in rows, and not a whole lot of them). The machine is slow, but the quality is great. Creating a wave profile takes abo
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 29 11:49:46 EDT 2005 | stalkerb
forgot to write, what config of machine do you have......? single or dual Pot / Highspeed.....?
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 30 10:55:49 EDT 2005 | stalkerb
Hi Cmiller, Sounds like someone else is finding out the benefits of the Versaflow. Your comments are all valid.....? What spec of machine do you have.....? Are you running low Vol high mix.......?
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 01 10:22:01 EDT 2005 | cmiller
We change the nozzles depending on the job. Do you have the magnetic nozzles? We upgraded to that. Usually we use the smaller ones.
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 29 12:52:21 EDT 2005 | pr
We have 2 dual head Versa-flows in line. We use them mainly for doublesided reflow jobs that have connectors and axial parts. I have about 15 jobs currently running on them. The advantage of having 2, is some of our boards have through hole on 1 side
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 29 09:09:04 EDT 2005 | stalkerb
Hi, Looking to generate some discussion on the merits of using the ERSA Versaflow inline selective soldering machine as a real alternative to wave soldering in sub 100 batch size low volume high mix production PCBA Production. I work for a tier 1 C
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 29 11:47:25 EDT 2005 | stalkerb
Do you have expierience of this type of Machine. approx how many product types are you running on your wave/ersa...? and approx batch sizes We have had a 5060 for about 1 year and it has been a revalation. your input is appreciatted as i am consi
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 30 15:29:17 EDT 2005 | pr
I agree with cmiller on almost everything except the fluxer. I have not found that to be the slowest part of the process. On a slightly populated board, preheat will be the biggest cycle time killer. On very highly populated boards, time spent at the
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 05 05:47:32 EDT 2005 | stalkerb
We have found the service to be OK, however we are in Western Europe. We do have a local Agent for ERSA, and things were a little slow at first.........however we now deal directly with a contact in the Factory. This seems to work out well.