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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SMT Stencil Aperatures Reply 2017-05-08 01:59:14
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fernando.eulate

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Hello, I was wondering about specs on SMT stencil ordering. I am looking to make some sort of template for aperature layout of some parts. I was wondering some issues that you have all came across or made to change to better suit your boards. For instance: 200ml or larger dpaks with window paned etched pad, 25ml with a 6mil stencil, etc, etc. I just would like to see what some standards are that you all go by. Or is it basically a hit and miss type thing when ordering a stencil for a new design? Any input would be helpful. Thanks
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Dennis

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A great sharing for beginners. Thanks for your efforts and I will follow you and keep reading your posts.
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