Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 23 21:48:45 EDT 2002 | davef
Like other things, the more you pay, the better the gage. I'm not sure which Cyberoptics unit you're considering, but LSM has a lousy gage [R&R ~25%]. We use a microscope with lousy gage that costs waaay less than some laser guided thing. Search t
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 20 11:53:34 EDT 2000 | John Thorup
Hi Dave The larger the gage number the smaller the inner diameter. There is a nice chart relating color code, gage, ID and OD in the EFD Catalog. They don't list a web address but their phone is 800/556-3484. Email me if a fax copy would help John
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 31 12:13:31 EST 2003 | TN
We are having an issue with repeatability and reproduceability in our ICT process. The first pass yield is low but the retest yield is significantly higher. Has anyone out there have done a Gage R&R in their ICT process?
Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 28 23:29:03 EDT 2005 | J~H
Can anyone share with me the method of how the Gage R&R for reflow oven to be done? Thanks.
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 06 10:57:52 EDT 2005 | SuMoTe
Put a known thickness gage next to your boards to be coated. Then coat it in the same pass as your boards. Measure the "new" thickness of your gage and subtract the difference. That will be your coating thickness. This is assuming your coating your o
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 30 10:16:22 EDT 2008 | muarty
I am looking for a straight forward Gage R&R test I can use when evaluating AOI equipment. Anyone carried out similar? Thanks in Advance
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 02 18:49:12 EDT 2020 | stephendo
What exactly do you want to measure with it? The gage R&R is going to be based on what you want to measure. I have mostly seen X-rays used to make judgement calls not measure something. I'm guessing a customer or manager requested it?
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 23 17:49:04 EDT 2007 | davef
We know nothing of DeFelsko, but do understand how they distinguish between the solder mask and the conformal coat. DeFelsko manufactures hand-held, non-destructive coating thickness gages that are ideal for measuring the dry film thickness of confo
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 31 14:45:37 EDT 2020 | SMTA-64387994
Can anyone provide any insight to an appropriate way to apply a Gage R&R study to an x-ray inspection machine? We have a Vitrox V810 S2EX machine that we would like to perform a measurement system analysis on. What methods do you use? Which type of G
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 17 05:59:50 EDT 2003 | scwalsall
We have started an initiative to eliminate component damage within our SMT area in order to achieve