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universal dual head (axial)

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 13 17:29:02 EDT 2007 | fnorradd

I am currently having a problem with uncut legs on one side of axial components from a universal dual head insertion machine. Initially it was thought that the anvil on one side was engaging slow so I stripped down and changed the seals in the botto

universal dual head (axial)

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 18 15:15:10 EDT 2007 | jdengler

Jeff, You assume too much. Not all VCD's had clinch in sensors. Darron did not tell us what vintage this machine is so what habsfan said could be the problem. We need more information to help. Does the machine stop when it doesn't cut the lead? D

dual sided surface mount

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 11 12:10:14 EDT 2002 | jax

Different Solder types are not needed. Surface tension will hold most. Plenty of info in the archives about reflow profiles, weight limitations, etc...

universal dual head (axial)

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 14 10:42:03 EDT 2007 | slthomas

Are you sure the anvil is coming up? You might try running a program w/o parts or boards (no continuity check) and watching to see if everything is moving when it should be. Do you use continuity checking? If so, what are the results?

universal dual head (axial)

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 17 14:45:10 EDT 2007 | jeffharley

Are you using adjustable workboard holders or dedicated ones? Are both heads lined up exactly the same(using the b.e.c. template? Are parts formed correctly and lined up with the component holes on both sides(heads)?

universal dual head (axial)

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 18 08:14:31 EDT 2007 | jeffharley

This would not produce the condition that Darron is seeking help for as the vcd would stop due to not seeing a clinch in signal with a mechanical jam.

dual sided surface mount

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 11 11:32:23 EDT 2002 | barryg

Hello everyone. We are interested in doing double sided surface mount. What methods are there for doing this. I know you can wave solder some smt components, but what are the limitations. Is there a method of doing this that uses 2 different solder p

universal dual head (axial)

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 17 21:20:53 EDT 2007 | molos21

You should check your back stroke of the cutter. The backstroke is probably too long which cause a mechanical jam when you fire the cut and clinch. The anvil goes up first and then come the cut and clinch at this point the jam should appear. There is

dual sided surface mount

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 12 16:30:21 EDT 2002 | stepheno

If you are going to wavesolder the board after SMT you will have to epoxy the parts on instead of paste/reflow. I used to work for a company that squeeged it on. You will have to research component layout guidelines if you do want to wavesolder. If

universal dual head (axial)

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 18 18:03:52 EDT 2007 | fnorradd

Thanks for all of the informations guys, after spending some time rechecking the set ups and checking for worn components in case there was something i missed, i then took some time whilst an operator ran the machine to watch. Whilst doing this i no

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