Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 18 14:38:58 EST 2014 | rangarajd
Hello, I don't have any experience with Juki. Visited one of their booth recently and I was told they use a laser for alignment. How does this work? Is there any advantage over the traditional vision alignment? Thanks!
Electronics Forum | Sun Dec 21 23:30:09 EST 2014 | sarason
Since the Laser alignment bit is attached to the head and you don't have to move the part to a camera location, before placing the component on the board it is about the fastest method there is of getting accurate component alignment. With more moder
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 27 14:52:33 EDT 2014 | jana
Thank you for your reply. YES, optical alignment system allows two pictures to be viewed simultaneously but it can be achieved more ways. Do you know what method is used in the superior machines e.g.in Shuttlestar machines?
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 28 14:08:45 EDT 2014 | jana
Thank you for your reply. For the first type of the optical alignment, do you mean something like this in the picture below? And can you please explain a little more another form of prism system that is the dichroic mirrored prism assembly?
Electronics Forum | Fri May 29 12:30:03 EDT 1998 | Jason Gregory
Hi everyone, this is my first time on this forum. I've only been an innocent bystander. Until now. I wonder if anyone out there knows of any technical publication (accessible over the net) that explains, in detail, the actual physics involved regardi
Electronics Forum | Fri May 04 02:32:10 EDT 2007 | jmelson
Thanks! Well, the procedure in the book says to first calibrate the mech aligner with the beam sensor, but that exceeds the X travel. I guess you can just eyeball it off the nozzles and then use trial and error. While poking around on the machine