Category:PCB Assembly SMT Stencil

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The purpose of an SMT stencil is to transfer solder paste to a bare circuit board. Before the assembly of the SMT components solder paste is printed onto the component pads of the printed circuit board by stencil, which are today usually manufactured from steel, more rarely from nickel or polyimide.

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Stencil Fiducial Repair Reply 2017-02-27 19:22:43
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fandreu

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I have a stencil, on which the fids are no longer black enough for my screen printer to find them. A long time ago at a previous place of employment we had a loctite product to fill these in as a permanent solution. I have since forgotten the part number of the loctite used and was hoping someone could recommend a product they use for this, other than a sharpie or paint pen because our sonic cleaner removes these instantly. Thanks for the help!

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Clare

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xilinliu

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