Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 03 08:53:15 EST 2010 | ssager
I have a goal to reduce the weight of about 20 test fixtures to go below 35 lbs. Most of the current fixture weights exceed 40 lbs. Does anyone have any suggestions on a lifting device or a method to reduce the weight of the fixtures?
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 03 14:33:41 EST 2010 | neiladams
If you are trying to reduce the weight of existing fixtures that may be more difficult and expensive than starting from scratch. If you want to reduce the weight of future fixtures and we could discuss some concepts that could save significant weigh
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 04 14:06:52 EST 2010 | dakufta
Our patented(U.S. Patent No. 7,616,019 B2) "Shot Wire" fixture could be a solution for your goal of reducing the weight of your Genrad fixtures.Please let me know if we can help.
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 26 12:07:55 EST 2010 | tpowell
We specialize in custom tooling and fixturing. Send me a pic and I might make suggestions on removing weight from existing fixture structure in a cost effective manner.
Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 09 21:59:36 EDT 2018 | sanneyyu
we are a PCB house, you can add some patterns at breaktabs or board edge, this can help you easily verify copper weight for every circuit layer.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 28 13:45:45 EST 2001 | gcs
sorry, equal to or less than.
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 24 09:19:51 EDT 2018 | vetteboy86
Is there a preferred method among printed circuit board assembly for accurately and quickly verifying the copper weight of a printed circuit board? I would like a tool and process that our quality inspector could quickly use to verify upon receipt of
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 28 10:56:56 EST 2001 | jseagle
Does anyone know the formula for calculating the grams per sq cm of lead for mounting bottomside unglued components? Thanks James
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 28 11:29:49 EST 2001 | gcs
I've used below: WEIGTH OF COMPONENT IN GRAMS ---------------------------- TOTAL PAD MATING AREA IN SQUARE INCHES GRAMS PER SQUARE INCH MUST BE EQUAL/GREATER THAN 30 FOR SECONDARY MOUNTING.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 28 11:41:31 EST 2001 | jax
......So the more it weighs the better??? I'm not sure I follow. Did you mean to put "equal/less than" or were you answering a different question?