Electronics Forum: trays (Page 9 of 75)


Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 21 09:46:48 EDT 2010 | davef

Doesn't JEDEC define dimensions for trays, reels, tapes, etc?


Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 21 10:26:19 EDT 2010 | cyber_wolf

They define outer tray dimension and thickness. The array is specific to the component type.


Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 21 20:11:55 EDT 2010 | whitewing

Thanks all. But why the hell don't they just print the pitch on the trays...? Hardly rocket science!

JEDEC Waffle Tray Mfg Recomendation

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 14 14:13:23 EDT 2012 | davef

Contact tray manufacturers [ie, Peak, Summit, Nepenthe, Sumitomo, etc].

Tray table set up on Tray Wagon Mydata MY12

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 09 22:19:38 EDT 2019 | d_nguyen2018

Thank you, Alex!

Matrix Tray Holder

Electronics Forum | Mon May 14 15:20:35 EDT 2001 | stefwitt

You can make up a plate over lapping the tape exit guide and to the right up to the nozzle changer. It should hold three standard size Jedec trays. I used the bases of two old vibratory feeder. No matter what you do, you should use strong magnets to

Re: Universal GSM Tray Feeder

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 20 21:10:58 EST 2000 | KS Wong

I am setting up a tray feeder which capable to put the whole sleeve for loading the component. This still under engineering run. Experience from the past that I have to load each tray to the feeder which is involved many handling problem. With the sl

Who Recycles reels, trays, tubes????

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 18 11:08:15 EDT 2001 | ashokdha

I contacted both the companies. It did not work for me. James CTI replied that they no longer deal with it. Semi ( Now SmartCycle- deals with US customers and collecting Jedec Trays only. I am back to where we started. Does anyone know a US /Canadi

PCBA Handling Damage

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 25 12:38:42 EST 2008 | kennyg

Assemblies are stored on ESD rubber covered flat trays. The trays are stored on rolling carts with slots for the trays (Bliss cart). The damage usually occurs on the bottomside (passives only). This side is more susceptible to damage because the sm

"cut tape" tray

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 17 10:55:17 EST 2009 | tpappano

I have a CSM84VZ, so I was thinking of a device that could be placed on it's "manual tray feeder" instead of one of the 9" wide plastic matrix trays that TQFPs, etc. are supplied in. The machine would be programmed to pick parts from several single-

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