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board size

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 27 06:16:24 EST 1998 | mancheol,seo

Hello everyone~! I wonder becasuse of stencil board size. My component dimension is 200 x 200mm What the board size I choose? Please let me know solution... best regards man from korea

Pick and place labels

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 23 11:50:54 EDT 2004 | JB

We are using a standard nozzle Once placed, the label is not flat, the ends of the label are slightly lifted on both ends. The label is .650 x .200 Have you guys run into a similar problem?

SMT Components

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 08 08:29:14 EDT 2013 | emeto

You can use any metric ruler to do that. Examples: Pitch 2mm x 200parts = 400mm length or Pitch 4mm x 100parts = 400mm length You can also calculate approximately how many parts you have on the tape by using formula. I don't have the formula but

Glue dispenser recommendations

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 25 08:50:24 EDT 2019 | uzbek

Hi, we are currently offering service assembly of the enclosures and electronics for our clients. Sometimes that includes gluing of the enclosures and for smaller quantities, we used 983A hand glue dispensers. Now we want to buy small automatic glue

URGENT: Best Display Tech For My Product

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 13 20:53:49 EDT 2003 | quantass

= 40% reflective, Multistable - It makes use of ambient light to be viewed and is multistable so that once power is applied to change the display no additional power is required to sustain the static, color image, at least not for a long period of ti

Screen Printing using metal blades

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 12 03:57:17 EST 2004 | pioneertechnology

Hi All For the past 8 years we have been screen printing paste succesfully using hard rubber blades. Over the past 12 months we have changed paste from lead to lead free, the board size has changed from 300x200mm to 120x90mm and we have also moved

Re: Losing parts in wave

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 06 11:58:33 EDT 1999 | Wolfgang Busko

| | | I hope that someone can help me with my problem! I am experiencing a lot of glued on parts falling off in the wave solder machine. A little information about my process: 1)We use Loctite 3609 glue that is used up long before its shelf life 2)

Re: Losing parts in wave

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 07 06:02:38 EDT 1999 | Wolfgang Busko

| | | | I hope that someone can help me with my problem! I am experiencing a lot of glued on parts falling off in the wave solder machine. A little information about my process: 1)We use Loctite 3609 glue that is used up long before its shelf life

Re: Losing parts in wave

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 06 11:41:50 EDT 1999 | Bill Haynes

| | I hope that someone can help me with my problem! I am experiencing a lot of glued on parts falling off in the wave solder machine. A little information about my process: 1)We use Loctite 3609 glue that is used up long before its shelf life 2)Ou

Re: 1 mil = ?? inches - why don't we all use the same thing ?

Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 19 03:29:55 EDT 1999 | Brian

| | | | I am not familiar with the "mil" metric. How many inches is in 1 mil? | | | | | | | | ...or 10 mil? | | | | | | | | | | | 1 mil= .001 inches | | | 10 mil= .010 inches | | | Also, it has nothing to do with metric. | | | | | | I was also

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