Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 20 16:47:22 EST 2005 | toml
Parameters -> Cameras) Look at the camera serial tag and you should see C4 or OAL or C4 OAL. Make sure the camera type is set to strobed RS170 (C4) or whatever type you have. Then set defaults for this camera, and power cycle. This will fix the f
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 21 14:15:09 EDT 2006 | lheiss
A list would be great. Thanks, Larry firstname.lastname@example.org
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 20 10:05:10 EDT 2006 | SWAG
Not familiar with 3C/4C but if the head is similar design to Samsung then you might consider flushing the tubes and airlines that go to the nozzles. We used to disconnect the airlines at the top and run cleaner down through the tubes. We would then
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 26 02:16:18 EDT 2006 | AR
We had x-ray and optical microscopy analyses done on transformers dip soldered with Sn/Pb, SN100C3 and SN100C4 alloys using temperatures 400�C ... 450 �C, with dip times of 2..4 seconds. We found that SN100C4 is at least as good as Sn/Pb 62/38 and SN
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 20 18:12:07 EDT 2006 | lheiss
I forgot to ask if anyone knows what numbers I should get for function 30, nozzle height and center of rotation? I'm getting 365 for height and 12314 for center of rotation. I know it isn't 12.314 inches out!
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 24 09:33:45 EDT 2011 | bobpan
An old quad 2C/4C with a workholder will probably fit all those numbers. 2Ft is pretty long though and that might be a little too long. Machine price range is about right. Programming is pretty easy. Good luck
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 28 12:33:01 EST 2001 | tonkowa
Did you have any luck in finding an acceptance criteria that QA accepted? We have had excellent results on signal pins of D-sunb connectors but the grounding prongs dod not meet IPC standard 610C, 4.3 Thanks, John
Electronics Forum | Wed May 16 14:09:22 EDT 2001 | davef
First thing I'd use is IPC-A-610C, �4.8.2 Connector Pins - Press-Fit Pins. Does it work in your case?
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 21 10:27:12 EST 1999 | Aaron Unterborn
Looking for mechanical chips (daisy-chained / stiched) for flip chip (C4) testing. Any contacts or suppliers? Thanks.
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 20 20:08:18 EST 1998 | Chang Woo Cho
I am looking for component placer that can handle not only smc but also flip chip C4. If there is any machine satisfying my request, please inform me. machine name , spec, and so on.