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Desktop Stencil (10"x12")

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$99.00
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Product Description

Stencils are 100% laser-cut type 304 full-hard stainless steel, ensuring the finest quality finish available. Stencils are manufactured using a .001″ laser beam with 98% overlap which creates an extremely smooth hole that provides the best solder paste release. 

When prototyping dictates fast action, with minimal cost, stencils from Bay Area Circuits are the best solution.

*Includes both a top and bottom stencil (if desired). Top and bottom must fit inside a 10"x12" footprint.*

 

Key Benefits

  • Eliminate the registration difficulty associated in hand printing with a flat piece of metal.
  • Eliminate printer set up for short run prototypes.
  • Allows quick alignment for repeatability.
  • Save money over full size stencils designed for automated printers.

 

More Questions? Check out these Stencil FAQs

 

Click Here to See Desktop Stencil Instructions

 

Additional Notes

Be sure to provide a paste file along with Gerber data.  The paste file will be used to manufacture the stencil.

Stencil size is 10" x 12" so circuit board dimensions must be less than 10" x 12".

Squeegee and alignment brackets are included.

Stencils are shipped by our manufacturing partner and will arrive separately from any printed circuit board order placed. Stencils are typically shipped within 2-3 business days from order placement via USPS Priority Mail and will arrive separately from any circuit board order placed (Will Call orders excluded). Exact shipping/delivery date is not guaranteed. Expedited shipping is available and can be arranged by selecting USPS Priority Mail Express shipping option above. Shipping questions? Contact support@bacircuits.com.

 


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  1. Excellent Product 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Mar 2013

    This made prototyping SMD devices on several boards very easy and quickly repeatable. The only thing I'd like to have seen is a small instruction sheet (or note card) so that novices like myself can confirm that they are doing everything correctly, or even include some helpful hints for getting the best coverage in large holes. Once I knew what I was doing, everything went fast and easy.