Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 12 20:19:05 EST 2020 | nizar
Hi All, I have pick DIMM connector using chuck nozzle. Shape data already refer to physical size. Unfortunately, connector drop during pick up, and have many dislodge. Can we understand what might be the reason ?
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 13 04:04:36 EST 2020 | nizar
Hi Tommy, Thanks for the reply. We use chuck nozzle and grip the dimm connector body to pick up. The concern is; we do pick up 2 same connector but different component size (height and width) due to different company. So, we create two different
Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 16 21:46:45 EST 2020 | nizar
Hi Tommy, I don't have picture right now. Surface where the nozzle grip is different width size. Thanks for the point. As per your previous mention, I will look into the tray cavity setting and nozzle. Many thanks.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 13 03:30:28 EST 2020 | tamasmagyar
Hi Nizar, Pick and Place nozzle, pick-up speed, component symmetry if it has to be rotated while picked up are just some things I would look at. See also if the trays you pick connectors up from, are programmed correctly to the machine. You can al
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 14 04:46:39 EST 2020 | tamasmagyar
Hi Nizar, Would you consider having maybe separate nozzles for two separate connectors? If they are different in size, you might have a problem there, since the nozzle you use, is only good for the one you get the nozzle for. After that, I assume yo
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 30 15:38:09 EDT 2001 | allie
I need a good chuck, new or used, for a QUAD 100 pick and place. The chuck size is 00-001XG. The one I have has worn fingers, bushings, and leaks air around the nozzle. How difficult are these to rebuild properly? I would appreciate hearing from a
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 30 21:25:37 EDT 2001 | davef
Oooo, nice machine. For chuck repair, try: Mt Sterling Industries POBox 670 Mt Sterling KY 40353 606.498.1015fax4156. This is not rocket science. A local machine shop could probably do just as nice of a job. For newer chucks, try the brokers list
Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 12 12:25:14 EST 1998 | David Lombard
My Fuji IP3 keeps getting the Check Sensor Error. What is the problem? This problem is caused by either of two things. First the vacuum chuck get dirty and needs to be cleaned "PM". If the problem is persistant the vacuum chick has worn down