Screen Printing

Philbrick, Doug; Vaughn, Richard; Puckett, Bruce; Jensen, Craig; Robertson, Glenn; Zarrow, Phil; Heimsch, Rich
February 2003
Circuits Assembly;Feb2003, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p18
Trade Publication
Presents several tips on screen printing. Apparatus required for screen printing; Position of the apparatus; Conditions required for keeping solder paste.


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