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asymmetrical element in Yamaha VIOS

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#85012

asymmetrical element in Yamaha VIOS | 18 June, 2020

I have to place the element as in the attachment. The nozzle grabs the quartz, but it is not the center of the module and I cannot recognize it correctly. How to deal with the shift? What do you treat such elements - chip, IC, other?

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#85016

asymmetrical element in Yamaha VIOS | 19 June, 2020

You can enter Centre Offset X and Y in Component Info of VIOS to change the pickup centre. That will not change the recognition centre.

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#85019

asymmetrical element in Yamaha VIOS | 19 June, 2020

Thank you, but changing these parameters changes the mount point, not pickup point - I just checked.

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#85079

asymmetrical element in Yamaha VIOS | 25 June, 2020

Hi. Did you get this issue resolved?

1) do you have the Yamaha manual for the many options for such definition? I recall examples including odd shaped shields and connectors that may work. Let me know if you need this manual.

2) have you phoned Yamaha (Transtec) for their advice?

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#85119

asymmetrical element in Yamaha VIOS | 29 June, 2020

1) Thank you, I have instructions. 2) I don't have a phone number, I don't know English very well.

I stopped looking - the element is too heavy and rotates on the nozzle during transfer.

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#85120

asymmetrical element in Yamaha VIOS | 29 June, 2020

Hi. The PCB does not look to be heavy.

Suggest you try to email their staff - they are very good. Personally have worked with Scott there and he knows the VIOS software very well.

https://trans-tec-america.com/contact/

We have the Assembleon Emerald-X = Yamaha YV88X machine and with proper feeder and nozzle, can pick and place 0201 / 01005 parts. The 01005 parts will sometimes miss but always wins in the end after 1-2 retries.

Email them the details to ask for their advice.

On our unit, I would try one of the larger nozzles - like nozzle # 63 or higher. That should be able to pick up this PCB.

If the mention the PCB to be odd shape then perhaps you need a custom nozzle. We know of companies in China who can build custom nozzles as well.

Please share your update.

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