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Pick and placement forces

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 24 16:08:09 EST 2004 | Terrapin Station

This depends on the model. Most machines and turret style typically overstroke .2mm with a force of 250 - 300 grams of force. the reason for the over stroke is to place the component into the paste. This can be adjusted through part library manipul

Pick and placement forces

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 24 06:24:52 EST 2004 | Joe

Hi, I am an Engineering student doing some research on the component/nozzle interface on SMT Pick and Place machines. Could anyone tell me the force at which the nozzle hits the component as it is picked from the feeder or the placement force on a

PLACEMENT FORCE FOR NXT MACHINE

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 07 09:53:24 EDT 2019 | dhanish

How do you perform measurement the placement force for NXT machine?Fuji provide the placement force data by nozzle type.How can we verify the actual force?

BGA shear force

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 24 23:34:14 EDT 2000 | rzkr438

I am tyring to find out shear force requirement for BGA attached on board .I measured two group for shear force to check underfill process effectiveness on BGA .Two group showed siginificant force diferrence .I am very sure underfill process is effec

Impact Value vs Placement Force

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 13 18:13:41 EDT 2018 | dleeper

Placement force usually refers to the amount of force an SMT nozzle applies to a part when placing it. You want enough force to push the component onto the paste but not so much that you damage the part. Some specialized applications involve placing

Forcing Connectors

Electronics Forum | Tue May 28 11:39:52 EDT 2002 | sallyt

Hi Jim, How much force is required to press fit a connector?

Crystal on a PCB brakes under vibration

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 29 03:15:44 EST 2018 | bukas

is it vibration or pcb bends under G force? what angle is this force?

Press-Fit Workmanship standard

Electronics Forum | Fri May 25 15:57:15 EDT 2001 | robert

you should be able to get the force requirements from the connector manufacturer. Both the minimum and maximum forces used in the pressing cycle should be recorded to know the connector is properly seated without excessive force that can damage the

Peel Back Force

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 25 12:44:42 EDT 2010 | fdr4prez

I previously did a search on "peel back force" and there were a few results, and there were a few hits that say EIA-481 is the standard, but nothing on what the standard force range is. A search on "cover tape" yeilds many hits about breaking cover

component aherence force on the solder paste before reflow

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 02 04:06:07 EDT 2001 | chinaren

Hello: Did anyone make some tests to show the adherence force between placed components and solder paste before soldering? and is there anyone who measure this adherence force during production?and any benifits fromthis activity? Thanks with best re

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