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Applying chipbonder adhesives with a stencil

Paul Gliesman

#14117

Applying chipbonder adhesives with a stencil | 24 September, 1998

I am looking for anyone out there that has had experience with stenciling with chipbonder adhesives. I need information on material and stencil design.

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S. Evers

#14118

Re: Applying chipbonder adhesives with a stencil | 24 September, 1998

| I am looking for anyone out there that has had experience with stenciling with chipbonder adhesives. I need information on material and stencil design. The firm who can help is K&J marketing their new KEPOCH stencil material is a (plastic) polyimide which is cut with a laser. It has exhibited superior release and excellent gasketing because it is not fabricated from steel. Word is that it is breaze to clean as well.

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Bill Schreiber

#14120

Re: Applying chipbonder adhesives with a stencil | 25 September, 1998

Regarding cleaning Chipbonder adhesives from stencils and misprinted PCBs. Check out the Smart Sonic Stencil Cleaning Process at: www.smartsonic.com

| | I am looking for anyone out there that has had experience with stenciling with chipbonder adhesives. I need information on material and stencil design. | The firm who can help is K&J marketing their new KEPOCH stencil material is a (plastic) polyimide which is cut with a laser. It has exhibited superior release and excellent gasketing because it is not fabricated from steel. Word is that it is breaze to clean as well.

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S. Evers

#14119

Re: Screening adhesives | 27 September, 1998

| | I am looking for anyone out there that has had experience with stenciling with chipbonder adhesives. I need information on material and stencil design. | The firm who can help is K&J marketing their new KEPOCH stencil material is a (plastic) polyimide which is cut with a laser. It has exhibited superior release and excellent gasketing because it is not fabricated from steel. Word is that it is breaze to clean as well.

I've received lots of email requesting more info on the "plastic stencil" Here is a URL on the web for all yoou surfers out there: www.kjmarketing.com From the menu select products, from the products list click on Stencils for glueing. The firms technical contact is Sue Buckingham Good luck, Steve

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MMurphy

#14121

Re: Applying chipbonder adhesives with a stencil | 6 October, 1998

| I am looking for anyone out there that has had experience with stenciling with chipbonder adhesives. I need information on material and stencil design.

Go to the Stencil Design Guidelines page under the Technical Information section of the alphastencil.com web site. There is a whole page of adhesives printing guidelines. The info your are getting on plastic stencils is somewhat misleading, they perform no better than a polished laser cut stainless stencil and are more expensive. Any questions, let me know.

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