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Fuji CP4 & 0402

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 01 05:42:21 EST 2008 | aj

Hi all, Is anyone out there placing 0402 with a CP4? Not sure how reliable it would be and also how do work around the nozzle setup ? we currently have 2.5mm ,1.3mm & 1.0mm so do you remove say 6 x 2.5mm and put in 0.7mm. Any replies appreciated.

automatic insertion of radial components 3.5mm

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 20 15:53:52 EDT 2007 | erhard

Manufacturing already tried to get a design change but no chance. I guess because the designer is afraid the components could get bent too much if they are mounted with a stand off. Of course everyone who has to manufacture this fist sais: why don't

Replacement IP2 nozzles/feeders

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 14:16:54 EDT 2010 | jdengler

I don't find this P/N in my list of 2.5mm IP2 nozzles. But we buy from and have bad nozzles repaired by SMT Researh. www.smtresearch.com Jerry

Rad 5 performance: bent lead

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 02 15:20:16 EDT 2019 | daniel_marquette

Hi, any idea what can cause 5% intermittent right component lead being bent during CTA transfer to the forks? Yet, everything is line up on these 2.5 mm lead span components.

SMT type DDR DIMM socket placement

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 19 10:39:11 EST 2019 | cmchoue

Hi Experts, If SMT Type DDR DIMM Socket , PTH Pin size:2.5mm , PCB hole 2.45mm, Could this design can use placement machine to put DIMM on PCB? How to overcome the interference between PTH pin and PCB hole? Thank you Best regards James

Can you wave solder this part

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 24 19:26:07 EDT 2006 | darby

Dave, Cygnal was taken over by Silabs. I based my design on the second link that you provided. Tell me folks, are you using one large pad with only the stencil having the grid, or are you actually breaking up the large pad into grids with mask around

Nozzle size

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 06 13:49:17 EDT 2002 | soupatech

Question: I am going to start placing 3mm x 3mm plastic smt leds and want the absolute lowest errors caused by the nozzle either dropping or allowing the part to shift. Would a 2.5mm nozzle be too big for the 3mm part. My logic is that the more surfa

Replacement IP2 nozzles/feeders

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 05:38:15 EDT 2010 | chrislyttle

Could anyone recommend somewhere i could order a new AIPH4090 2.5mm nozzle for a Fuji IP2? I tried Fuji but they tell me that its no longer available from them and they have no alternative. I also might need to order extra feeders along with it.

Trouble selective soldering fine pitch connectors

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 10 13:26:40 EST 2012 | dyoungquist

We are using our selective solder machine to solder a backplane with sixteen (16) 4x48 pin 0.080" connectors. Our first pass yield is about 85% meaning that 85% of the connectors come out with no bridges. Not quite as fine pitch as your connector a

Reflow soldering of 208-RQFP-0.5mm

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 01 12:29:35 EST 2005 | russ

I just noticed that you mention 2-5mm off, that is huge! It would seem to me that there is an external force here to move a part that far. Things such as a heavy air stream that for some reason is really hitting this part, something on the PCB unde

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