Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 21 11:51:28 EST 2013 | dekhead
Best guess, not knowing specifics of error, would be a vision system error... connection issue wrt camera. Does system respond properly (prompts to raise / lower head) upon reboot? Specific error information would help in troubleshooting. DEKHEAD
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 04 13:45:03 EDT 2020 | oxygensmd
There are one value for thickness during PCB-teach function which is the PCB thickness. The other one is the camera focus in machine option but it is a dangerous function because the camera focus is adjusted by raising/lowering table.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 05 06:34:33 EDT 2020 | oxygensmd
Yes if you adjust the thickness to be thin than the machine raise the PCB more to the stencil - than the foil have better tension but it string out faster.
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 20 17:56:46 EST 2006 | Chris
If you are running FR4 PCBs and not something exotic like Kapton flex circuits, I would go with the Dek 265 any day of the week. You will find that Dek supports the fully automatic printer much better than the semiautomatic printers like the 260, 24
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 03 18:00:51 EDT 2019 | ddfreeze
Got a used mpm up2000. It gives z axis hardware limit warning when trying to teach vision. The board raises to camera then drops back down. However when loading a board for tooling, the board stays raised up. The z table can be manually raised up n d
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 02 09:21:10 EDT 2004 | James
They take the place of the tooling pins. They magnetically attach to the table. Board comes in, table raises, Red-E-Set supports the board, prints, done. You just have to do the initial setup before running. We bought 4 units for each machine. J