Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 26 16:06:32 EDT 1999 | Chrys Shea
Hey - remember the evaluation of VOC-Free fluxes that I promised a couple of months ago? well, I finally scrounged up the time to remove the propreitary (board name and number) info from the report. So it's ready. I posted it in the SMTnet library
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 15 14:38:23 EST 2020 | emeto
I have done it different ways on different equipment. 1. Remove alloy one from the machine. Add alloy two only. and use it.For next board, do the same. 2. There are machines with separate sections for PB and PC-Free, so pots are away from each other
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 08 12:44:52 EST 2020 | janwillemreusink
Who is using two sorts of tin in one selective soldering machine with to solder pots? So then the soldering program selects the correct pot (tin). What are the risks? Adding wrong tin in the wrong pot. Mixing up the nozzles?
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 17 18:24:37 EST 2020 | SMTA-64387520
We use both in our selective soldering machine. Training is the most important concern. As long as you have well trained operators the risk is minimized.
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 10 12:12:40 EST 2020 | robl
Yep, done it previously with a multipot machine. Using with wirefeed to top up the pots means you only have a contamintion risk when you fit a new top up reel. Used separate nozzles for both, but theoretically using titanium nozzles would mean no c
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 20 07:11:01 EST 2021 | janwillemreusink
Thanks for replying... Unfortunately (or not) it isn't relevant anymore. Due to the effects of covid-19 we don't have any active aerospace customers anymore so (for now) we're only making leadfree products.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 26 08:44:37 EDT 2005 | stepheniii
And would it be worth ressurecting anything from before the boom-bust a few years ago? There were a lot of cancelled orders for new machines and the market dropped out of the used equipment market. I'm sure most of the cancelled order machines are
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 21 22:46:52 EDT 2004 | dougt
A company I do some work with is looking to buy possibly a couple used pick and place machines. The decision on what type of machine to buy will partially depend on the service available in the Florida area. Can anyone recommend some good service
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 30 13:43:49 EDT 2004 | Justin
Try Mike Cook. He knows just about every flavor of pick and place machine out there, but his expertise is Universal (UIC). Here is is info: Surface Mount Equipment Services Inc. (561) 883-9886 (561) 504-3812 email@example.com Tell him Justin at Delt
Electronics Forum | Wed May 25 14:56:19 EDT 2005 | bobpan
Steve, Use the 1000 as a chip shooter only (and thats if it works once you turn it on). If you have problems with the 1000 just post questions as i am one of the last guys on the planet that knows that machine (and its been a while since i have worke
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