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Stencil Cleaning: Advancing from Manual to Machine

Improving Quality, Costs, Production, Environment and Safety

Sign up to learn more about stencil cleaning. In this series we will compare different methods of cleaning stencils. Compare and contrast benefits and much more to serve your best stencil cleaning needs. Don't miss it!

PCB Stencil Cleaning Comparison Chart

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Stencil Cleaning Effects Planet & Productivity

The Ultimate Stencil Cleaning System Comparison Chart

We hold ourselves and our machinery to a higher standard. Emerging green technologies (EGTs) create changes with product design and automation which increase efficiencies for many categories including costs, materials, time, and the environment. Current technologies have updated to recycle and reclaim methods that used to simply be considered waste water. This is no longer the only option, nor the best option.

In every capacity, your factory should aim at moving toward green practices that return on your investment for the long-term. When resources are limited, growth is limited; think about the future of your business when considering how you can implement best practices and technologies for your factory’s future.

There are a number of different stencil cleaning systems, but choosing the best solution for your assembly will greatly affect your factory’s overall productivity.

Our S-1688 Fully Pneumatic Stencil Cleaner is a full solution for your stencil cleaning process. Major manufacturing companies are impressed and filling their factory’s with our machine. To help you select the perfect cleaning process, here is a checklist to compare the different cleaning methods and processes. See why this is a must for every factory.

Happy Earth Day! Stencil Cleaning Made Greener

Pneumatic Stencil Cleaner Infographics for Earth Day | The Future of Stencil Cleaning

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Did you know there’s a way to drastically reduce harmful waste from the stencil cleaning process while saving time, costs, and manual labor? We at Southern Machinery, believe in making the world a better place by advancing technologies toward greener solutions. That is why we promote our S-1688 Pneumatic Stencil Cleaner as the environmental choice for your factory.

The future of stencil cleaning will be cleaner, faster, and help your EMS production perform with the highest quality and output levels.

Some Facts:

  • 51-72% of solder defects are a result of the screen printing operation
  • Effective Stencil Cleaning Saves: Costs, Time, Labor, and Materials
  • Protect environment from Pollution, VOCs, Waste Water Pollution
  • Safety: Safe for workers, safe from fires, safe from chemical interactions
  • 100% closed loop system
  • 360-degree rotary pressure cleaning

 

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Questions to Ask When Looking for a Stencil Cleaning Machine

PCB Stencil Cleaning Processes

Stencil Cleaning: Consider Your BEST Options

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Did you know that certain stencil cleaners can help cut down your overall costs like labor costs, printing errors, and factory and environmental hazards? We have found that often times SMT Factory Owners and CEOs tend to overlook the costs within the stencil cleaning process that affect many factors down the operation line. It is not just the cost of the machine you are purchasing it is the overall cleaning system that you are investing in which has an effect on many different areas and should be addressed when considering your best stencil cleaning method.Here is a list of questions to consider when addressing your total investment in a Stencil Cleaning Process:
How many SMT lines are in your factory?
How many stencils are currently in use?
How do you currently clean stencils? Manually? Ultrasonic? Fully Pneumatic?
How much cleaning liquid do you use per month?
Can the process effectively clean fine and ultra fine- pitch apertures?
Does the process offer water and chemical reclamation/recycling?
Is the process fire safe? chemical safe?
Are there any health or safety hazards to consider?
What is the maintenance and potential downtime?
Does the machine consider current and future environmental regulations?
Is it cost Effective, High ROI?
Is there a built-in clean checking system?
Can the process clean dry as well as fresh paste?
Are there other objects to clean such as misprints?
What is the environmental impact?
What are the labor costs of each process?
What are the operating costs?
Is the machine fully automatic or semi-automatic? Programmable?
Does the machine free the operator from the cleaning process?
Does the machine require a specialized operator?
Does the machine require manual re-positioning?
What are the cleaning and drying times?
Does the drying process leave a film?
What size stencil does the process clean best?
Does the machine clean small stencils efficiently?
Does the machine handle large stencils?
Does the process recycle cleaning solution?
Lowers overall cleaning solution usage?
What is the electricity usage?

Overall Considerations:

Total Costs
Labor
Productivity
The Environment
Time
PCB Defects
Misprinted PCB
Solution Usage

 

 

If you would like more information or help, we are here to answer any questions you have. We know that the process takes time and there are many considerations. Allow us to help you in your consideration of all factors that can affect your BEST PCB operations! We are always here for any support you need.

 

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