Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 13 14:22:17 EST 2005 | griinder
Has anyone ever ran into a 20mm pitch on a 24mm tape and reel. Our software doesnt have a setting for 20mm. we found a way around it, but i was curious as to how common this pitch is, and if other software or feeders have a 20mm setting.
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 08 19:56:08 EST 2007 | davef
Josh: Your 0.009" [0.228 mm] clearance should be fine. The minimum clearance should be ~0.008" [0.20 mm]. Is the 0.039" [0.99 mm] the measured or the expected hole diameter? While we wouldn't like it, we wouldn't be surprised to see 0.008" [0.20 mm
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 14 14:46:42 EST 2005 | russ
We use Samsung and our 24mm feeders have 8,12,16,and 20mm pitch settings. I have found 20mm pitch quite common. My favorite is yhe 12 on 12 our feeders don't support that, we have to put them up on 16mm feeders our cycle them 3 times on a 4mm pitch
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 22 08:37:54 EDT 2006 | Rob
Hi, you want something that will not break down, and something not American then. I would look at the Fuji XP-143E (if you are not going bigger than 20mm x 20mm) or the Juki then. Also I would look at what they are predominately using in Turkey, as
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 05 13:54:18 EDT 2001 | CAL
Do the parts sit directly on the PCB? Typical 2.0 mm Max is desired for the component to be off the PCB. Are stand-offs an option? The long lead wiggles as it passes through the wave and thus agitating the air out.Does your wave a "dancer" option?