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Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 23 08:27:14 EST 2011 | cyber_wolf

I am going to disagree with that. Our QP242 wasn't worth a crap when it came to reliably placing BGA's. The lighting parameters and the programming will have you tearing your hair out. If you are doing outline recognition on small BGA's...then maybe.

Compressor for Pick and Place line

Electronics Forum | Wed May 20 10:33:25 EDT 2020 | uzbek

Hi all, what compressor would you recommend for pick n place line consisting of two Essemtec FLX2011 machines? Or what should I take care of when choosing a compressor? Also if we decide to run compressor lines throughout our workshop for other mac

Compressor for Pick and Place line

Electronics Forum | Wed May 20 14:03:53 EDT 2020 | dwl

Buy a dryer to go with your compressor. Compressed air traps a lot of water and you don't want that in your air lines on your P&P machines. Additionally, make sure you keep up with all the preventative maintenance and change out the filters as requir

Compressor for Pick and Place line

Electronics Forum | Mon May 25 15:19:56 EDT 2020 | uzbek

Thank you all for the help!

Compressor for Pick and Place line

Electronics Forum | Wed May 20 16:07:22 EDT 2020 | stephendo

You want a big enough storage tank to smooth pressure. Figure out what size pipes you need and go a size bigger. Make a loop of the pipes with shut offs. That way you can shut down any section and still have air to the rest of the air line. Run the p

Compressor for Pick and Place line

Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 06:15:46 EDT 2020 | bukas

everything Stephen said + it is really important that you have correct diameter pipes. If diameter is too small there will be a significant pressure drop in pipes (and machines have their consumption 100-500 NL - normal liters / min) and pipe system

Compressor for Pick and Place line

Electronics Forum | Thu May 28 16:18:01 EDT 2020 | SMTA-Brandon

The reason for recommendations about refrigerated vs. desiccant dryers commonly comes down to the ISO class of compressed air they deliver. Refrigerated dryers are most commonly used in ISO Class 4 compressed air, and can't dry the air enough to reac

Compressor for Pick and Place line

Electronics Forum | Tue May 26 10:52:02 EDT 2020 | spoiltforchoice

No idea, could be a weird translation error, but its certainly something I have seen . For an FLX they just ask for this "5-6 bar, clean, dry, oil free, filtered 2 µm, connection diameter 8 mm", 40litre/min Personally I would go with a mo

Compressor for Pick and Place line

Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 12:53:38 EDT 2020 | spoiltforchoice

A cheap piston compressor (like you might use in a garage) should be rated such that it has ~50% duty cycle, you don't want it running continuously. They are very affordable but do switch on and off between two essentially hardwired setpoints. The b

Compressor for Pick and Place line

Electronics Forum | Mon May 25 20:51:13 EDT 2020 | kylehunter

> A cheap piston compressor (like you might use in > a garage) should be rated such that it has ~50% > duty cycle, you don't want it running > continuously. They are very affordable but do > switch on and off between two essentiall

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