Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 09 07:32:13 EDT 2017 | bukas
it sounds to me like a home sensor. try adjusting sensitivity if possible. move head manually to determine position at which home sensor is activated
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 18 23:29:02 EDT 2019 | SMTA-David
Hi, I have an older Samsung pick and place (CP-40LV model). During last few runs I have experienced several feeders with the clear plastic tape cover not peeling back to expose the next part. I manually pull back the tape and it runs for a while and
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 17 11:02:47 EDT 2008 | dwelch123
You need to adjust the air kiss. The machine blows a slight amount of air after placement and it is probably adjusted too high.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 17 15:00:36 EDT 2008 | duchoang
"The machine blows a slight amount of air after placement and it is probably adjusted too high. " Is that adjustable and how to do it on TopazX2 Assembleon Pick and Place Machine?. Thank you very much.
Electronics Forum | Tue May 16 14:49:57 EDT 2006 | james
I know this is an old one, but we still have problems on our heller oven with parts blowing off their pads. Our other oven does not do this and it is a conceptronics oven. We do not currently have the adjustable fan speed on our heller oven. My q
Electronics Forum | Wed May 17 11:09:42 EDT 2006 | wrongway
Hello james I have been useing A heller 1809exl with the blower controls I have had some parts blowing off and adjusting the blowers to low did work for use just so you know that if you do get the option it has worked for use Good
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 20 20:43:19 EDT 2021 | ttheis
One of our GSM machines started having an issue with "spitting" parts onto the board / blowing them around. I determined the problem be that spindle #2 on our flex head is not touching the parts all the way down to the board. It is stopping just abov
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 19 13:07:04 EDT 2016 | cyber_wolf
Are there indentations in the paste ? If there is, you have a couple things to look at off the top of my head:1) make sure your spool valves are shutting completely off. 2) make sure there is nothing sticky on your nozzles.3) Adjust the blow off/ "ki
Electronics Forum | Wed May 17 12:20:37 EDT 2006 | russ
I would think that you could just add a pot or something to adjust current to fans for pretty cheap Russ P.S. sorry about the fan joke!, had a "good experience" with them once.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 21 11:00:56 EST 2011 | xps
Hi, in my experience, the humidity is trapped in the solder paste. Otherwise you can also try to : adjust preheat profile, and /or increase paste viscosity, and /or increase paste metal content (they are the most common causes).