Electronics Forum | Mon May 25 20:21:47 EDT 2009 | dcell_1t
Hi there: I'm having trouble to assign an adequate vision Type to dpak components in Fuji Flexa (placed by an IP3, SMD3 vision system). Currently we're using 254 but accuracy is reduced and also can be placed backwards (yes, I know... supplier packag
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 01 05:23:40 EDT 2009 | kircchoffs
hi manuel, you can try vision 180 frontlight. treat DPAK as two leaded part. assign the the upper and lower leads at 1 and 3.
Electronics Forum | Tue May 26 11:56:30 EDT 2009 | mmjm_1099
I also use Flexa but we use QP3 and our vision number is 20. I would feel they are comparable libriares.
Electronics Forum | Wed May 27 16:39:33 EDT 2009 | rmitchell
Hi, I think vision 20 will work as well. If not we have used 100 or 105. Have you tried placing the part with the machine trace on? If so is it finding all the leads? any error codes? If you are defining the leads in the EL lead data I would not d
Electronics Forum | Wed May 27 18:19:58 EDT 2009 | dcell_1t
yesterday I tried with vision type 20, just defined the two pair of leads and error 1CA14003 came up, on flexa error help says the following: Cause: The Vision_type in part data is expressed using hexadecimal notation (??). If ?? equals 0A, 0B, 0C,