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Assembleon / Philips support. Ask your question.

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 08 08:32:47 EDT 2010 | deltaservices

Hello Nguyen, You calibrated the Eclipse (with glass components I gues, on the glass PCB. After that you have to run the Chip calibration that calibrates the laser offset. You can also manually put in a laser ofset but this is not so accurate.

Assembleon / Philips support. Ask your question.

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 08 08:32:54 EDT 2010 | deltaservices

Hello Nguyen, You calibrated the Eclipse (with glass components I gues, on the glass PCB. After that you have to run the Chip calibration that calibrates the laser offset. You can also manually put in a laser ofset but this is not so accurate.

Solder Paste Controls

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 03 06:20:58 EDT 2012 | kahrpr

Absolutely! The Solder paste needs to be brought to room temperature or close before opening. It like bringing a cold glass from the refrigerator when the humidity is high,water will condensate on the glass. It also will condensate on the solder and

heat resistant glass plate

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 17 03:23:09 EDT 2013 | vishnudas123

Dear All, can please tell specifications of heat resistant glass plate which is used to flux application and process control of wave soldering. can you tell the suppliers of the same in India. BR, Gupta.

Wavesoldering SPC

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 01 12:46:19 EST 2001 | cebukid

conveyor speed x dwell time = contact length and =====> inches / seconds x seconds = inches. First run your pump at a constant speed.....THEN,.... try running your glass plate at a very fast speed, and then you'll notice that your lengt

Re: Placement Machine CPk Kit

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 09 20:07:41 EDT 1998 | Dave F

| I am attempting to locate a kit to be used on surface mount equipment to determine the placement capability (CPk). Does anyone have information on where to purchase such a kit? Ideally this kit should be usable on placement equipment from various

Palladium poor wetting

Electronics Forum | Thu May 25 03:31:17 EDT 2006 | slaine

Hi I manufacture ceramic parts that have a terminations that are palladium/platinum/silver or any combination of the 3. Termination Ink usually consists of 3 main parts the alloy, glass frit and binder. Binder is to help bind everything together whi

Solder wave

Electronics Forum | Tue May 08 09:50:19 EDT 2007 | patrickbruneel

Hi Loco, Good point!! The good old glass plate works just fine as long as the conveyor or carriers have L shaped fingers. A glass plate is usually about a � inch thick (a lot thicker than the actual board). With L shaped fingers the bottom of the gl

My9 Optical Beam Splitter

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 15 14:14:47 EDT 2014 | riot983

Hi guys, New to the forum. I always read and look around at used equipment but have never posted. Anyway, I operate a Mydata My9 at a small shop and have recently ran into a problem and wanted to get some good advice. An employee of mine cleaned the

Safety Glasses

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 01 07:21:16 EDT 2008 | davef

First, your idea of having a safety glass policy is good. The glasses should meet ANSI Z87.1-2003. [Although, ANSI Z87.1-1989 and ANSI Z87.1 are fine for electronic assembly.] Here's a comparison of the 1989 and 2003 standards: http://www.tasco-safet


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