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Re: Chart of SMT Component styles/packaging

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 15 16:47:18 EDT 1999 | Michael Bryant

Check out Bob Willis' Electronic Presentation Services Web site. They have a selection of electronics manufacturing wall charts and posters for sale. You might find what you're looking for there. http://www.bobwillis.co.uk/ Good luck.

Re: de-palleting

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 21 17:28:19 EDT 1999 | Keith

Call Cab Technology, they make depanelizers for V-grooved boards. Their web site is www.cabtechn.com Good luck!

Re: Alloy melting Points

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 05 18:14:35 EST 1999 | Jeff Sanchez

Hi Brian, Here is the web address for Indium. If you go to the "technical papers" and then to "specialty solders and alloys" they have a really great chart that has all the alloy specs. Well worth printing. ........Jeff Sanchez

Re: Alloy melting Points, This one has it

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 05 18:18:08 EST 1999 | Jeff Sanchez

Hi Brian, Here is the web address for Indium. If you go to the "technical papers" and then to "specialty solders and alloys" they have a really great chart that has all the alloy specs. Well worth printing. ........Jeff Sanchez

Re: SMTnet to move to dedicated server at 3:00pm

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 15 20:26:33 EST 1999 | Clifford Peaslee

Hello SMTneters, The move is complete. The numerical IP address is temporary, until Internic changes the name pointer which should be in a day or two. Web email should not be affected. If you find any problems, please email me. Thanks, Cliff

Re: Computer Integrated Manufacturing

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 11 15:12:29 EST 1999 | Jamie Marsh

I found a lot of information about UniCam at their web site. Check it out. http://www.unicam.com

Re: patchproblem lifted lead

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 30 13:20:07 EST 1999 | John Thorup

Hello Wolfgang Try looking in the process guides section of Circuit Technologies web site. Their recomendation is to bond the jumper wire to the board within 6mm of the lead with hot melt glue, cyanoacrylic glue or adhesive dots. John Thorup

Re: Help With Marking codes

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 14 09:15:28 EST 1999 | Chris May

Tony, I found most of the part codes within the Philips Semiconductor Web site. Another useful page is shown below http://www.fei.org.uk/fei/services/compdir.htm Regards, Chris.

Re: selective wave soldering unit

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 22 03:11:36 EST 1999 | Chris May

Pascal, Have a look at this Web site:- http://www.solbraze.ltd.uk e-mail = info@solbraze.ltd.uk I think you may find a suitable alternative here. You have a nice Christmas also. Regards, Chris May.

Re: Screen Printing of Surface Mount Adhesives

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 05 08:36:44 EST 2000 | Doug Philbrick

MPM has a section on thier web page that is a glue printing tutorial. Visosity is the key ( aperature is very important also of course). Too runny of a glue won't work well, just lke paste.


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