Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 16 12:50:56 EDT 2014 | comatose
We have several, the one everyone likes is a Fancort VPD5-330. We were having trouble with cracked ceramics near the score line with our pizza cutter style depaneler. The linear blade made it go away entirely. Not the cheapest, though.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 08:49:06 EDT 2014 | patel_daxa29
Check out the set up of Depanelizer. Try to cut at slower speed & check the blades to make sure it is not time to resharp the blades. If all this parameters OK I would sustect lamination process of board house.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 10 21:15:01 EDT 2014 | comatose
We had a similar problem once, it was due to insufficient v-score depth. While waiting for remade PCBs we would run an exacto knife along the score lines prior to depanel to cut a little deeper. Not ideal for sure, and not fast, but it worked.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 03 09:33:44 EDT 2016 | sumote
If you end up buying a depaneling machine/robot, the guys at Pentagon EMS are very good at making fixtures. Once they have the specifications of your machine all you will have to send them is your panelized drawing of your board. In extreme cases you
Electronics Forum | Thu May 04 13:35:28 EDT 2017 | jmathis
Hello All, I was given an assembled flex circuit PCB and asked how the board was depanelized as there are no view-able witness marks that I can see. Any ideas? Thanks in advance on any insight to depanelizing without leaving witness marks on the F
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 01 07:38:38 EST 2019 | scotceltic
What do people recommend for PCBA Depanelers/routers. Need to have the following: Inline China support (Shanghai area), Chinese language capable, Grippers/vacuum nozzles to pick individual boards from panel to designated area. Thanks