Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 28 15:42:26 EST 1998 | Anonyous
| Anybody have one of these machines feel free to call or email me | Mike Cox | 1-208-887-1000 | MCCOX94@AOL.COM | Thanks for your help You should really consider buying a Siemens Siplace machine. They are much better and service/support is excellent
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 11 02:03:06 EST 2013 | dman97
Use fuji vision #12. That is for the resistor network types. You cant inspect the individual leads. Vision type 12 tell the CP that this is a rectangular chip with terminals. You don't need to define the leads in the PD just the overall shape of th
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 13 09:22:03 EST 2013 | swag
We run these all the time. Agree with other posts. I tried a few times to read leads on these with mixed results. Leadless is best. On GSM - run as leadless or chip and crank the lighting up on 2.6 or 4.0 ULC. You should get good centering.
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 15 09:59:42 EST 2013 | zrunkle_api
When I used the 12 code I saw worse placement then with the 254 that I used in the past. So far my best and most consistent results came for the GSM with only looking at the outside edges of the part. Thanks again for everyone’s help.
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 08 11:10:36 EST 2013 | rgduval
I'm not completely sure what you're asking, but, I can say that I've placed these parts with MyData's and Philips machines. Pick in the center of the part, and place in the center of the outline, and the terminals should line up with the pads on the