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Screenprinting Adhesives


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#19486

Screenprinting Adhesives | 12 April, 2002

I am currently exploring the option of screenprinting chipbonder for backside devices, mostly passives, 0603 and up. Does anyone have any experience with this? What are the pros/cons? What are the stencil design considerations? What about blades, material, angle, etc.? I have read that the standard stencil is thick plastic, but that better success is being achieved with laminated stainless. Does anyone have any experience with either? Any help is appreciated.

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#19487

Screenprinting Adhesives | 12 April, 2002

We use steel stencils. The adhesive manufacturer can give recommendations for squeegee type, material, pressure, etc. A lot of the tech data sheets include this information.

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Fuji Spares

#19490

Screenprinting Adhesives | 12 April, 2002

Screening adhesive can be messy but is alot quicker than using a glue machine as long as you setupyour stencil machine either manual or machine, we also use steel stencils with a stainless squeegee but you can use a rubber squeegee not sure about pressure/angle on a mchine printer as we use manual screen printer which you can adjust accordingly to get the best results - make sure you clean your stencils well at the end of the day espesially if you are printing 0603 as the holes are alot smaller - does this info help at all?

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#19497

Screenprinting Adhesives | 12 April, 2002

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