Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 22 09:57:46 EDT 2005 | gavinscott
Hi All, The method that I use when training operators is.. a visual aid that shows the operators what way the trays are placed into the machine and the polarity of the component and also the component change logs. The matrix trays that I have delt w
Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 17 15:58:57 EST 2005 | Mika
We are also interested in this, but where can we find the dimensions? We have thouht about some kind of a guideline to simplify the way of how we do the "Matrix tray numbers" input to our fine pitch machine. We do a lot of prototype production and ev
Electronics Forum | Wed May 09 11:13:58 EDT 2001 | davef
Hold it!!! Call Bob over at Tri-Metal Fabricators and ask him to make you one for about 10% of the price a fine OEM would charge. Might not a a fancy anodized finish, but at the end of the day, it'll hold yer trays just fine.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 20 15:25:05 EST 2002 | angiewest
Looking for a company to recycle plastic reel and I.C. tubes. I already recycle trays with Smart Cycle (formally Semicyle). I hate to throw that stuff away. The local recycling places only recycle plastic 1 and 2. Most of the reels are 3's.
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 21 06:47:16 EST 2005 | aj
not sure if I am understanding your question ... If the answer to your question is the following , I think you should book yourself onto a Programming Training Course right away! - the x and y co-ords for a matrix tray is usually determind from the
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 30 12:58:10 EST 2009 | vetteboy86
I'm setting up a matrix tray for the first time on our Quad QSP-2. I believe I have defined the tray and holder. Assigned part numbers. My issue is that instead of teach feeders, I think I need to teach table top. When I do this, I am not finding an