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asymmetrical element in Yamaha VIOS

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.

Re: CPk

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

philips Eclipse-II

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

Soldering equipment

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.

Centre Board Support for Electrovert Wave

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

Solder balls under LLP

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

Lead Free Squirt Bottles

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

BGA design, Placement on the PCB/ stresses

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?

Fiducial - Pattern Matching vs Center search based on fiducial shape

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

x-y data generation

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

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