Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 14 21:48:20 EST 2005 | smtuser1234
I agree with Pete C. Not enough companies make their pick-&-place vendors prove the accuracy. So it is up to you to ask and most vendors are willing to help in this area. Universal does a good job in this area.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 09 12:34:19 EST 2005 | DasonC
You can use Cp and Cpk to find out your machine performance and accuracy. Some machine had it own software and kit. ie. Siemens. If you are using Fuji and you can visit the AD. on this web, TIMEKEY. Otherwise, you can use a high precision AOI with
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 08 18:11:22 EST 1999 | Dave F
sin: You're correct, there is no defect reduction program that's perfect, in fact nothing is perfect!!!! That's why people talk about 6 sigma and not 20 sigma!!!! If you had a perfectly controlled process, you'd still have defects due to random va
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 10 12:19:17 EST 2005 | rlackey
Borrow a large hungry dog (or wolf if local wildlife permits) & chain it up in the corner of the office when the salesman comes in. Then look over at it repeatedly whilst talking about your requirements. Feel free to leave him alone for a while...
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 10 17:44:23 EST 2005 | smtequip
Russ - Sounds alot like Mydata to me....Some of these guys are notoriously bad when it comes to this either because they are unknowledgeable, or desparate for business. On the other side of the coin, some buyers also tend to believe what they want t