Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 19 21:23:37 EDT 2022 | kumarb
Hi. On our YV88X (Emerald-X), we use the edge clamp + Push-IN clamp to secure the PCB. The push-in metal part pops up fine but unable to move this piece to the LEFT or RIGHT using the dial inside the machine. The latch inside the machine is rotated '
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 22 15:27:13 EDT 2008 | wayne123
this is the order that I use. 1. Teach pcb origin 2. Teach fiducial location 3. dial in vision on fid in mark info. 4. go into mount and verify that the primary image is on in x/y (after perfoming a teach trace condition) and then do any offsetts if
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 31 15:29:45 EDT 2001 | hinerman
Research was done into the deflection of a totally unsupported (topside) PCB of 0.050" thickness. A dial indicator was placed on the surface and the tooling was set. The deflection ranged from 0.005" to 0.007". This is minor when you consider th
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 03 13:44:18 EST 2012 | daxman
Hi comando, If you change a camera, there are quite a lot of calibrations you need to carry out. Firstly: Did you remove the camera from the mounting bracket? If so, you'll need a special jig to mount it back on the bracket properly. You can still d
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 20 14:43:49 EST 2023 | proceng1
Before we purchased the printer capable of 1500mm stencils, we actually built a printer. We used a table top style where you squeegee by hand. Purchased longer tube stock and extended everything. It wasn't pretty and it wasn't fast, but it allowed
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 11 19:41:28 EST 2001 | lsjp
Hi there, I am a bit late in answering the question about removing (and probably replacing) those d&%&$Z3 Mictors. Are they straddle mount or vertical? How many segments? What's the configuration of the board (PCB thickness, adjacent components, part
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 27 13:04:35 EDT 2007 | rmitchell
Hi, I am having some problems with my Fuji CP6 placement repeatability. The placement drifts during the build about .06-.10 mm on parts. It has happened on several different builds this week. It is enough to cause some defects after reflow on smal
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 25 02:50:33 EST 1998 | Scott McKee
| I am currently evaluating some different reflow ovens | for a future purchase. The manufacturers we are | looking at are Conceptronic, BTU, and Heller. Any | feedback on these manufacturers would be welcome. | I am particularly interested in: | 1
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 17 20:25:13 EST 2002 | iman
Check : 1) design aspect ratio / are ratio required to fabricate the stencil you r using. 2) check if the stencil maker is using your checked aspect ratio / area ratio? if not the same, what are they using? any QA report confirming actual dimension
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 21 20:02:37 EDT 2012 | hegemon
Lead Free in 5 zones is tough sledding. Start with your manufacturers solder reflow profile and calculate your belt speed by looking at the recommended heating time for the solder paste vs. the length of your heated zones. Set your belt speed so tha
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