Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 14:41:08 EST 2019 | jrogalski88
I am a fairly new technician with a rather large electronics assembly company. Its been an ongoing issue to pick and place small coils using our Universal SMT machines. Curious if any if the seasoned techs at smt.net have any recommendations as far a
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 15:53:30 EST 2019 | emeto
From the datasheet
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 16:43:04 EST 2019 | bane016
Try with "120F" type part number:48503503 or 1220 1240...reduce pick up speed...
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 24 09:50:59 EST 2019 | my3sons
We can handle this challenge. If you would like to get an RFQ on a custom nozzle, please complete our form: http://www.cotinc.com/nozzle/
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 09 05:21:07 EST 2019 | jrogalski88
I will try this, thank you! Out of curiosity what about an 0807?? currently using an 1140 but there's still issues with that. I'm almost wondering if maybe parts just aren't sitting flat in the pocket so I'm getting pick and visioning issues.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 09 11:46:45 EST 2019 | bane016
Maybe you have to contact your machine support they can modify special nozzle for that component...i dont know what else you can try...or just contact your support and ask them what to do...we had a similar problem with LED diode on our machine..and
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 16 14:24:44 EDT 2000 | Roisin
I am looking for information regarding SMT coil placement for coils with between 2 and 6 turns. If anyone has any experience with this, I am interested in finding out about the problems that were encountered, what type of placement equipment was suc
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 07 13:21:41 EDT 2018 | horchak
Don't suppose the coil manufacture could make the coil with the leads coming straight out from the winding on opposite sides and on the same plane. Then it can't roll around. SMT pads may have to be staggered a bit. Just a thought.
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 06 14:37:32 EDT 2018 | dleeper
What about some kind of surface mount clip? Solder the clips to the PCB and then insert the coil manually? IT adds a little labor but at least your coil won't move. For reference here's a company that makes that sort of thing. There are plenty of ot