Electronics Forum: convey and motor (Page 1 of 5)

MY15 and MY19

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 28 23:18:09 EDT 2004 | Grant Petty

Hi, Ours are inline, and depending on how you have the conveyers, you might need to use the data sheets to work out placement. If your running the conveyers behind the machine, then most of the machine is in front of the conveyer, so they use more s

Board Stacking and Conveying

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 26 09:41:03 EDT 2018 | fuji_user_2014

Hi Gurus, Looking for alternatives to line makeup after reflow oven. Currently, I have a continuous on flat belt conveying out of my reflow oven straight to an EOL bench. The operator manually picks up the board off the belt (there is a roller at t

Transmitter and Recievers

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 21 16:08:16 EDT 2004 | Dzyna Kid

Does anyone know of any resources I could investigate to make a small circuit that would consist of a transmitter, receiver, and a motor. I want to be able to press a button on a remote control and that would make the motor turn on, then I want to b

Pre- and post-reflow rework

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 11 19:07:16 EST 2005 | primus

We are also looking for AOI machines, pre- and post-reflow. We already tried one machine from the UK (I don't remember the name, I perfer to forget we ever had it) and they told is it would do everything we wanted. Maybe so, but not well enough. It s

Board Stacking and Conveying

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 26 16:58:53 EDT 2018 | solderingpro

Is there anything stopping you from replacing the flat belt solution to a continuous running steel roller chain conveyor? - From there (depending upon board temperature) you should be able to buffer your boards in a vertical buffer station if neede

Transmitter and Recievers

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 05 14:42:06 EDT 2005 | B R Proctor

hi their In south africa, we manufacture recievers that work with a remote. They can be used in a simple circuit to control a motor. Best regards Barry Proctor e-mail :zaza@wol.co.za

PFMEA and SPC/Cpk program

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 02 15:42:30 EST 2006 | russ

in addition to Amols comments I also like Minitab. For FMEA Ford motor Company has a great FMEA program

Tp9 and Tp9 ufp

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 25 15:03:48 EDT 2011 | sjs2303

Hi Bert, For your second issue, are the tools well lubricated? If not the Midas head can fail to grab the tool and can generate the z motor error. Doing this followed by a base-centre level measurement should resolve your problem. Steve

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 06 09:53:59 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon

GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING (GDT) Using and applying GDT to printed circuitry and assemblies is very much like applying it to any other design for manufacturing (DFM) or design for assembly (DFA) requirement using concurrent engineering (C

Pick and Place tutorials

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 01 10:20:48 EDT 2003 | caldon

www.smtmag.com has Step-by-step articles written by OEMS...Just type in Step-by-step into the search engine on the website...sit back and enjoy the links. Also, http://www.smtinfocus.com has a brief snip-it as well. You may want to do a search for

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