Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 05 22:27:06 EDT 2001 | davef
As a band-aid, consider running your chip wave when soldering these boards [Similar to Cals "dance with me babe" suggestion.] If the problem is as broad based as you say and the radial components have a tight fit, consider increasing the holes by a
Electronics Forum | Thu May 18 10:48:09 EDT 2006 | vikkaraja
Hi There, I used to have a similar problem with all of our new heller ovens. I converted them with fan blower controller kit. It is really easy to do or you can have done. Its about $900/oven. For now if you do not feel like investing any money , go
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 04 18:25:07 EDT 2007 | darby
Don't think much of the people who run the line do you mate? "BUT is operator dependent, so if he feels lucky just change the reel without verification and machine will not stop if he didn't follow the procedure having a high probability of Wrong co
Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 24 12:31:31 EDT 2007 | diesel_1t
Hi there. Ok, i have a little big question for fuji Erudites: when machine run out of parts on any device it tells to machine "parts out (and part number)" So, a signal from anywhere (maybe a PLC output) will tell to the machine "hey i'm out of parts
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 09 16:36:38 EST 1998 | Jim McLenaghan
We have a double sided pcb that is surface mount on both sides. Now a Through Hole connector has been added. Appart from hand soldering does anyone have info. on reflow soldering the part. The connector is 0.1mm pitch, square legs. 1) Do you need
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 04 21:57:37 EDT 2011 | machinehead
When I'm Tearing down a Job, And removing the tape and reel from Agilis Feeder. Their is a gap of at least 10-12 Parts. Unpicked parts, When the knife on the feeder spreads the tape aside. and leaves this gap of feel falling parts.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 01 13:21:53 EDT 2003 | k_h
I use my pick-n-place data to identify feeder problems and vision algorithms that need tweaking. Over a period of time you may be able to get a feel for shrinkage. I have been using 2% for tape and reel parts and 1% for tray and belt (tube) parts.