Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 19 06:16:14 EDT 2020 | vinitverma
You can enter Centre Offset X and Y in Component Info of VIOS to change the pickup centre. That will not change the recognition centre.
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 06 13:32:47 EST 1999 | Bob Smith
CPk is a measure of the process variance with respect to the acceptable upper and lower limits. In your case it would be the accuracy of placement. The exact position of a chip ideally would be dead centre on the pads however in real life that positi
Electronics Forum | Sat May 29 02:20:08 EDT 2010 | vinitverma
Mch Adjust > Adjust Target > Laser Unit > Nozzle Position. Here the laser will automatically detect the centre of the nozzle. Remember - It'll give you the option of using a component for the test but DON'T use any component. Let it detect the centre
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 13 10:32:31 EDT 2010 | san_1023
I'm going to start up service centre for mobiles. Which soldering station is better to use? Please advise.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 16 06:38:17 EDT 2003 | Wave
We have acquired an UltraPak 600C wave machine and are investigating the possibility of installing a centre support wire conveyor to eliminate the use of pallets. What is involved in this project and how feasible is it? The boards have bottom side SM
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 26 10:02:31 EDT 2005 | S vaughan
Hello, Can anyone comment on the implications of small sodler balls under a leadless device such as LLP with a centre thermal land. I believe that we did not make a good reduction and the paste squeezed out of the centre land and balled up under the
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 18 17:05:07 EST 2006 | darby
Now, now, Bag the guys in the Technical Centre all you want, but don't be too hard on the Seattle Robot Guys. They're just trying to find a way to make something. Sort of like building a PC with a paddle-pop stick and a bit of fencing wire. By the wa
Electronics Forum | Tue May 05 21:17:46 EDT 2015 | warwolf
So, im tasked to outline that the centre of a 28cm x 20cm PCB has the most susceptible stresses in the centre, my reson is to avoid putting the BGA there. I had a really good article outlining this but I carnt find it. can anyone help?
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 08 12:19:18 EDT 2020 | richardcargill
I'd have thought that centre search uses an algorithm to find the dead centre of a specified geometric shape. Pattern recognition basically has a picture of the area of the board selected and tries to match it with what the camera sees. ( so it doesn
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 01 11:34:55 EST 2005 | Dougs
Has anyone heard of any software that can be used to clean up or manipulate x-y placement data. We are a small contract manufacturer with various customers, some who supply good x-y data to component centres and some who supply x-y data to a pin or