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Depanelling scoring groove PCBs

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 02 11:00:17 EDT 2014 | Beto Hdz

I need support to find out a good compact depanelling equipment that can be setup in a work cell as part of the final assy process for PCBs with scoring groove. If someone has experience with something similar any suggestion of guidance will be helpf

Depanelling scoring groove PCBs

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 03 10:07:59 EDT 2014 | travishemen

We use Maestro machines. They work well.

Depanelling scoring groove PCBs

Electronics Forum | Mon May 26 08:41:53 EDT 2014 | mun4o

we have 2 maestro 3 and 2 FKN.I think Maestro 3 i s better.

Depanelling scoring groove PCBs

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 02 14:32:54 EDT 2014 | nicodj77

Hi Beto, We've been using for more than 3 years the "FKN Systek Model K3000S", It's very simple, cheap and easy to use. So far so good, no issues at all. Good luck!!

Depanelling scoring groove PCBs

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 02 22:26:13 EDT 2014 | isd_jwendell

I've been using the SEP1M, which functions well for mechanical separation. I recommend the motor driven version. http://www.olamefusa.com/e_sep1.htm#SEP1M

Depanelling scoring groove PCBs

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 03 07:02:24 EDT 2014 | cbeneat

we also use the FKN Systek K3000, we have 4 of these and two of the motorized K4000's both are easy to use and reliable. FKN also has a blade sharpening service.

Depanelling scoring groove PCBs

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 16 12:50:56 EDT 2014 | comatose

We have several, the one everyone likes is a Fancort VPD5-330. We were having trouble with cracked ceramics near the score line with our pizza cutter style depaneler. The linear blade made it go away entirely. Not the cheapest, though.

Depanelling scoring groove PCBs

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 28 13:58:06 EDT 2014 | jimmyboz

Caution: Do not overlook the dust and fragments that will result from this activity. Clean the PCBs somehow to avoid that simple problem. If of course, that this happens on the front end.

Depanelling scoring groove PCBs

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 08 22:55:01 EDT 2014 | padawanlinuxero

Hola Beto Here we use this one CAB MAESTRO 3E it's ok does the job well and both blades can take a beating before need to change them. http://www.cab.de/en/electronics/pcb-separators/maestro-3e/ Saludos Beto

V-Groove Keep Out Area

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 10 11:20:03 EDT 2004 | bbarr

I have been given a v-groove score keep out area dimension of 1mm from the edge of the groove to the component body; except the dimension becomes 5mm for ceramic components. 5mm seems like a very large value. Does anybody have experience with this? I

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