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paper vs emboss (& zig zag placement)

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 02 10:30:10 EDT 2012 | eniac

Difference in pick height from paper and embossed reel (typically) is 0.2 mm. Try to change your pick height and place height (different type of capacitors have a different height: for 100 nF 0603 and for 4.7 uF 0603 it's a big difference!). Can you

paper vs emboss (& zig zag placement)

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 27 15:09:24 EDT 2012 | ericrr

I notice that someone has set all the capacitors & resistors parts as emboss instead of paper tape. Does this make any difference to the pick and placement of the parts, By the way recently we changed from 1206 to 0603 parts, coming out of the mac

paper vs emboss (& zig zag placement)

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 02 13:55:12 EDT 2012 | ericrr

OK I can take a hint when asked for a photo. I did not try to take a photo as I thought the close up image would put the picture out of focus, so this is where a bit of graphics works might help explain the problem. When I had a look at the 1206 p

paper vs emboss (& zig zag placement)

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 19 05:16:02 EST 2012 | ericrr

Thank you ENIAC for your comments Here is another problem (JUKI KE-750L) Which applies to 0603 (1608 metric) resistors and only resistors (mind you the board is more heavily populated with resistors) After the panel has gone through the oven, Wh

Re: WAVE SOLDERING and Gluing 0603 packages

Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 25 12:05:50 EDT 1999 | Chrys Shea

Has anyone had trouble waving and gluing 0603 R's and C's? At my company, our designers have "opened the floodgates" on bottom-side 0603's. We've got an EPK+ with rotary chip and omega wave but can't seem to get skip-free solderin

Re: WAVE SOLDERING and Gluing 0603 packages

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 26 09:18:27 EDT 1999 | C.K.

Has anyone had trouble waving and gluing 0603 R's and C's? At my company, our designers have "opened the floodgates" on bottom-side 0603's. We've got an EPK+ with rotary chip and omega wave but can't seem to get skip-free so

CSM84 doorway ?

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 01 17:34:03 EST 2007 | darby

Before you go any further - what do you want to do with this machine? Search the archives for Yamaha Philips cross reference and there is a bit of info there on what they are capable of. Forget about 0402 and they will only do 0603 capacitors with an

0402 feeders

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 03 05:25:15 EDT 2006 | Rob

Hi AJ, Just had a look though our parent company's stock on components, and even the smallest of diodes & transistors (such as DFN1006-2 package - roughly 0402)come on 8x4 plastic. All of the 8x2 pitch tapes are paper (EIA: 01005, 0201, 0402; JIS: 0

Mydata Feeders

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 13 08:59:17 EDT 2002 | bmulcahy

Hi , Using the Agilis feeders 3/4 months now. We are low volume so they haven't worked hard , but we have had no real problems. They seem to work well with both paper and plastic tapes.As for components we use them on 0603, 0805 ,SOT ,mini-melf & t

Re: Placement of 0201'

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 21 11:21:20 EDT 1998 | JM Coogan

Wayne SANYO is focusing on the bulk feeder design concept developed and licensed by Taiyoyuden Co., Ltd of Japan (instead of the Nitto Kogyo, i.e. pneumatic design). They are making very good progress with 0402C and 0603C components. So far, we hav

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