Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 02 04:02:18 EDT 2010 | manju2cool
Hi, I think concept of inspection through AOI is changing. I am struck in confusion.Because some manufacturer say 3D inspection, with 1+4 cameras is ultimate solution. Orbotech also came with 13 cameras at once!Now some say, all these are eyewashing
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 02 14:11:21 EDT 2010 | bigdaddysoy9
Manjunath, I prefer orthogonal systems. In my experience they are actually better at detecting coplanarity and HIP defects than multi camera systems. They are obviously limited, in that they can not inspect a component under another component, b
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 02 10:26:13 EDT 2010 | fishingfool
Manjunath The top camera will be used for probably 90-95% of your inspection needs. However, without side cameras that 5-10% of uninspected parts can be a real pain to manually verify. What you need to figure out is what is your product to inspe
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 14 12:28:06 EST 2008 | swag
We are in North Western U.S. I like 2.6 better (for our mix of builds, anyway). 1.0 works great on PTF parts such as fine pitch QFP's but I don't like it for chips. It's too picky and we wind up forcing parts to the 4.0. We have another GSM dual
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 29 10:27:01 EDT 2015 | risorse_new
Goodmornin I have a problem with the fixing and move cameras, i don't see the image of the cameras on the screen. On the monitor i see the cross and letter, but i can no see on the black box the camera images. I know the problem is on the ADDA Board.
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 27 09:04:54 EDT 2015 | fcmtechnician
HI are the LED from Ilumination on?
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 30 07:25:09 EDT 2015 | buckcho
Hello, I haven't worked with such machine, but do you have a led lighting, like in cp45, which is newer? Maybe there is something wrong with it and it is not lighting up?
Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 10 05:40:27 EST 2019 | compit
It turned out that only SF heads support "fine" mode, while FNC does not. Probably because above the FNC nozzle there is a "circle" rotating the nozzles, and in fine mode it can interfere with the reflection of the camera light - the element is lower
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 23 13:01:11 EDT 2019 | compit
I have a single-view camera on a Topaz-X machine. When I define a connector type element - it displays messages like in attached files. If I change the type to IC - no problem. There is also no problem when &amp;quot;learning&amp;quot