Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 25 11:07:45 EDT 1998 | Chris Fontaine
We use dry boxes manufactured by DMS Clean Room Products in Lawrence, MA. The phone number on the tag is (508)683-2325, but I think their area code changed to either 978 or 781 recently. We flow dry nitrogen through the box in order to ensure that
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 23 03:10:05 EST 2009 | daan_terstegge
I'm looking for carton boxes for SMT-reels, as on this picture: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v288/drone67/DSC00464.jpg They used to be supplied with parts from Philips, but they don't seem to make these anymore.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 11 23:14:58 EST 2016 | sophyluo1985
Hello Everyone, Is there anyone know how to use the Siplace X feeder test box or have a operation manual of it? Could you please teach me or send a copy of the operation manual to me? Thank you very much! Best Regareds, Sophy
Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 07 22:00:29 EST 2015 | ttheis
I've seen a few used machinery companies using manual smema interface boxes with a few buttons on them to simulate upline and downline equipment but I haven't found anyone selling them or info on them. Does anyone know where they can be bought or if
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 26 05:35:36 EDT 2016 | sophyluo1985
Dear Gabe, Thank you very much for your kindly reply. We have got the instructions of the test box. Thank you very much again. But we have new questions. Could you please help me? I want to know how to calibrate the Siplace X feeders? Do you have any
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 14:40:27 EST 2015 | proceng1
When we had a line that ended at an older reflow oven without SMEMA controls, I ran a momentary switch to the two pins in the connector. I push the button and the conveyor pushed the board onto the edge-hold of the oven. As a joke I labelled it "LA
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 14:45:16 EST 2015 | ttheis
Thanks. Our older oven does have a basic PC interface but no SMEMA. Maybe I can write a short program for the oven's PC to pace the boards into the oven. I could interact with the conveyor's SMEMA interface via low-cost Arduino or something similar.