Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 15 16:37:15 EDT 2004 | wgaffubar
I agree with the loose parts but you can also put a O-scope where the encoder output goes into the computer to see if the signal has a lot of noise. A noisy signal can sometimes fool the input card into thinking the encoder pulses are ok.
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 30 11:32:07 EST 2006 | fastek
I have the feeling FishingFool's situation or dilemma is not a PCB Assembly related application......or at least it's not a component placement related application with auto board loading and fiducial recognition. That would be too easy to figure out
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 31 14:27:56 EST 2008 | wavemasterlarry
Listen, get some training,. My brother Herb got sick as hell from playing around with our X-Ray machine. Danged fool stuck his head in there for sh*ts and giggles and had to take some time off. Had to get a system after that too!
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 04 14:42:20 EST 2013 | mcox
Philips Gem Topaz - Does anyone have a decoder ring for calculating the correct place angle for components. I am looking for a fool proof way to program the correct angles depending on how the parts are supplied to the machine. Thanks Mike
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 16 12:57:14 EDT 2017 | dleeper
I would contact the manufacturer of your machine. X-Ray equipment isn't something you want to fool with if you don't know what your doing.
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 08 18:02:25 EST 1999 | Earl Moon
Good folks at SMTNet, I just sent a reply to Steve's question concerning BGA rework. Like a fool, I didn't save the message and probably cannot recreate a masterpiece, nor do I have the time. If you see a strange apparition floating about as a lost