Spot weld

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R!f@@

Joined Apr 2, 2009
9,647
Is there any easier way to undo a spot weld ?:confused:



Me needs to replace them drivers....



I was wondering is there an easy way to undo the welded spot easily ?

 

Sparky49

Joined Jul 16, 2011
822
Not so easy I'm afraid. :(

You will either have drill the spot weld (!), or heat it up with a torch...

The best way would be to probably remove the whole thing.
 

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R!f@@

Joined Apr 2, 2009
9,647
Any one have any data on the FET ON5295.
Googling did not help me to find it's spec's.
 

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R!f@@

Joined Apr 2, 2009
9,647
I managed to get the PCB out.
You know this is one heck of a stepper motor.

Any one any news on the FET.
 

gerty

Joined Aug 30, 2007
1,248
They don't publish the price, usually not good,
I hate it when they do that.:eek:
 

Lundwall_Paul

Joined Oct 18, 2011
226
Octoparts.com is another good source for Manfuctures and Alt part numbers.
NXP ON5295,127
PHILIPS ON5295,127
PHILIPS/NXP ON5295,127
PHL ON5295,127
PHIX ON5295,127
PHA ON5295,127
NXP SEMICOND ON5295,127
NXP (Philips) ON5295,127
NXP SEMICONDUCTORS (VA) ON5295,127
RHNXP SEMICONDUCTOR ON5295,127
NXP SEMICONDUCTORS [CHP] ON5295,127
NXP (A Philips Company) ON5295,127
NXP Semiconductor ON5295,127
NXP Semiconductors (founded by Philips) ON5295,127
NXPSEM ON5295,127
BCE SUD PASSIVE COMPONENTS ON5295,127
NXP SEMICONDUCT ON5295,127
 
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