Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 08 05:25:10 EDT 2004 | Simon UK
I can only speak for the Fuji, but it is quite possible to get the maximum placement as long as you set the feeders and cut out some of the programming options that slow the machine. But then you may have a line-balancing issue, i know i did.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 03 10:01:08 EST 2005 | Philj
Try heating a blank board on a hotplate to 183 deg C. with a board this thick, if the layer construction is poorly balanced, it may bend enough in the region of the ceramic capacitor for the soldered joints to crack it on cooling to ambient.
Electronics Forum | Fri May 27 09:15:18 EDT 2005 | Claude_Couture
How much does each part costs? balance that against the cost of counting and recounting and the time you are spending on this. Unless each parts costs dozens of $$$ you are wasting dollars to save pennies. Just my 2 cents
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 17 20:23:14 EST 2005 | cangly
Hi Russ, We control the gravity of flux each 8 hours and will mix thinner to balance it if any.. Do we need more any action for this.. Thanks for your advices.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 20 06:47:53 EDT 2006 | Julien VITTU (STMicro)
hung copper balance is really critical in your case. in the same configuration we have specified less than 5% copper variation between top and bottom layer if you keep this rule, assembly will be ok, otherwise you will get a terrible warpage after
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 28 08:20:08 EDT 2006 | Brian
Stick with what you already know. A GSM1 with a 4 spindle head is the way to go. Its excellent for balancing a line becuase you can place anything with it. Or if you need to dispence glue or odd form parts you can add another head later.
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 16 00:49:54 EST 2006 | pavel_murtishev
Good morning, Look at Valor Trilogy 5000. In my opinion this is the best CAM system made especially for SMT production. Trilogy can balance SMT line for you of course. Ask your local Valor representative to make a demo for you. You�ll be surprised I