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Big Board Production

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 20 12:13:30 EDT 2002 | Steve Davis

LPKF Laser offers systems that can drill boards up to 600X600 cm.

Vapor soldering

Electronics Forum | Sun May 02 21:28:13 EDT 2010 | aungthura

Thanks Larry We are loooking a bigger Vapor machine which could soldered our big size borad(600x600 mm)assembled with hundreds of sockets and thousands of components. How about IBL products? Anyone used before?

Vapor soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed May 05 20:58:40 EDT 2010 | aungthura

Hi Stephen Our boards are as large as 600x600mm and sometimes 8 or 12 layers thick.And,there are many various components in different material.So, we are seeking the soldering machine which can supprot zero delta T.Thus, we consider to try with Vapor

DYNAPERT DD4500 SETUP DIE NEEDED HELP!

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 29 11:28:14 EST 2005 | DannyJ

Measurements: Block is .680" x .680" x .125" 4 dowel pins: .026" diameter x .250" length Center to center measurements on block where dowel pins are inserted: .600" x .600" Let me know if I can be of any more assistance. Dan

Help needed to troubleshoot a KE2060 machine (location Ireland)

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 31 16:48:16 EDT 2020 | aurash

I wish it was so simple :-) In their wisdom the machine designers choice was to have servo drivers with two channels (one channel less powerful and one channel more powerful) - so each card is driving a X motor and a Y motor.(the X axis is made of 2

Placement Equipment and Long Boards

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 09 10:16:14 EDT 2007 | davef

Pick and place: * Fuji: The largest pcb size is 20" by 18" for pick and place; 18"x14" for chip shooters. Fuji NP XL series allows 27 by 23 inch boards using a conveyor. * MYDATA has machines that can be configured to 34" X 44" X 0.500" * HSP 4796A a

Vapor soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon May 03 16:39:44 EDT 2010 | jlawson

Thanks Larry We are loooking a bigger Vapor > machine which could soldered our big size > borad(600x600 mm)assembled with hundreds of > sockets and thousands of components. How about > IBL products? Anyone used before? You should also look at

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