A solid, precision made Aluminium tooling block that makes it easier to do solder paste stencillingDesigned by Arachnid Labs, Ships from United Kingdom
Are you sick of spending ages carefully aligning stencils so your solder paste is applied Just Right? Have you wasted paste or had reflow jobs fail because you weren't precise enough or you knocked...Read More…
Are you sick of spending ages carefully aligning stencils so your solder paste is applied Just Right? Have you wasted paste or had reflow jobs fail because you weren't precise enough or you knocked the stencil while removing it? This fixture block will speed up the job of applying solder paste and improve precision at the same time.
You are buying a PCB fixture block and steel dowels for doing solderpaste stencil work. It's compatible with the stencil8 system.
The block measures 200mm x 300mm and is 10mm thick - perfect for a standard A4 sized stencil.. It's made out of high quality Aluminium, which is very flat and consistent in dimension. A grid of 2.5mm holes is milled using a high precision CNC machine at 10mm intervals. Rubber stops on the bottom ensure the block doesn't slide around while you're using it. Included with the block are 12 precision steel dowels, 2.5mm diameter by 14mm long. They look gorgeous, and I couldn't be happier with the quality of this batch.
This version of the tooling block is a full grid of 19 x 29 tooling holes. It's more expensive than the reduced hole count version, but it provides more flexibility when positioning your PCB and stencil.
Your tooling block will be shipped carefully enclosed in a robust shipping box, ensuring it arrives in pristine condition.
Usage is simple: Insert tooling pins into the block, place your PCB or panel onto the pins, place the stencil on top, and use a squeegee to wipe the paste over the stencil. The precisely machined block and pins allow your stencil to be positioned exactly on top of the PCB, eliminating positioning hassle and making everything much faster and smoother.
If you're designing a PCB, simply include 2.5mm holes in the PCB and stencil on 10mm boundaries and you're sorted.
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