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Juki 710 and 720

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 16 07:55:37 EST 2007 | ronsou

Anyone have any experiance with these Juki machines? I have no experiance with Juki except for a Zevatech place-mat 360 many years ago. Currently using Siemens and Mydata. How is the accuracy, speed, durability, and programming. Any help would be a

Cp and Cpk values

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 04 17:47:19 EST 2003 | msivigny

Hello EW, thanks for your input, the data collection for measurements such as these can get confusing because you're calculating deviations from set point location to actual placement location and then analyzing the full result. Then there are many o

solderability and hasl thickness

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 10 12:56:09 EDT 2003 | davef

Intermetallic compounds [IMC]: * Form during the alloying process of some metals. In soldering these are Sn, Ni, Ag, Cu, Au. * Do not accept solder. * Increase in depth in logarithmic proportion to both time and temperature. [So during the solder

SMT Pick and Place

Electronics Forum | Thu May 10 15:11:53 EDT 2001 | jdtpfacreate

Paul, My company offers an excellent solution for low volume/high mix applications. The issue always becomes how can you reduce downtime/changeover. There are few features on our machines that allow you to do this effectively: -Load feeder

Pick and place pickle

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 09 18:43:54 EDT 2008 | mowens

Hello everyone, I'm a long time reader of the forums but this will be my first time posting and seeking help. Here's our situation, we have a small pick and place it places about 1800 parts per hour. It is a good R/D proto machine, but it is quic

Pick and place pickle

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 20 01:12:50 EDT 2008 | chrispy1963

Look into a used Siemens F-4 or F-5. These machines can be had for a reasonable cost, they are easy to maintain, the footprint is small (7' X 7.5') and they are simple to program. These machines have a 12 nozzle "Star" revolving placement head for

Re: IPC and Nepcon

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 18 14:42:22 EST 1998 | Dave F

I heard somewhere that SMEMA has joined IPC, and that the association has decided to boycott Nepcon from year 2000. Can anyone tell me if this is true Nick: SMEMA and IPC are talking about merging (EP&P, 11/98, p 18). Below is a news release

Cleaning Machine and Chemistry

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 19 11:36:39 EST 2001 | billschreiber

Hello Mark, I wish it were that simple so I could direct you to a particular manufacturer and stencil cleaner model. Unfortunately, there are several issues complicating the process of cleaning all these applications in one machine. First and fore

PDBE and PBB replacements???

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 11 18:47:54 EST 2005 | davef

JD: It's important to note that FR-4 does not contain PBB or PBDE. The bromine in FR-4 epoxy comes in the form of tetra-bromo-bisphenol A [TBBA], which polymerizes and become part of the cross-linked epoxy. Bromine, in the form of hydrogen bromide, i

LGA and Solderballs

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 28 21:16:17 EST 2006 | davef

J Rose at EMPF says: The introduction of no-clean solder fluxes in electronics manufacturing has given rise to greater levels of solder balling simply because the opportunity to remove them in the wash process does not exist. They are typically cause

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