Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 12:08:59 EDT 2010 | hegemon
I had an opportunity two years ago to evaluate three benchtop AOI systems. Omron, Yestech, and Mirtec. I was fortunate to be able to have all three machines side by side for my evaluation period, which lasted near a full month. At the time I was
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 23 10:56:15 EST 2019 | mia9490
Thank you so much, I know it can print out the hours it took to do the job and the file info , but I can’t find where to print the log info of the jobs that where done with time and dates from last year .
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 22 14:25:13 EST 2019 | mia9490
Those the MY15 logs the jobs by date and time it was assembled? If yes how can I get to them.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 23 10:50:55 EST 2019 | nathanmcdonough
You can generate reports from the web-interface that runs on the server (or machine) that includes this information. It's been a while since I've used that platform so I can't give you instructions unfortunately, but yes it does log that data.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 24 11:43:15 EDT 2008 | pgarsoe
I'm not sure this would solve your problem but Inovaxe has done a good job of solving MSD and inventory handling and control. They are also a sponsor of SMTnet...here is their SMTnet listing followed by thier web site for their carts... http://www.sm
Electronics Forum | Thu May 28 10:57:10 EDT 1998 | John
Our company is currently looking to implement a SMT production line. What I am looking for is feedback on people's experiences with various machines. Here's what we are in the market for: Low/Mid volume 3,000+cph machine that can handle high job fle
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 26 14:47:19 EST 2015 | superlen
unique mnf/mnf part number. - Be meticulous on maintaining your WO Boms. Train your employees to not circumnavigate keeping the WOBOM accurate to what they kitted/placed on the board. If you keep the one to one part number relationship above this is
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 27 16:29:28 EDT 2006 | Board House
There was a good artical on this in Assembly Magazine October 5, 2005 by Donald P. Cullen, Director of OEM and Assembly Applications, MacDermid Inc., Waterbury, CT Heres the Link http://www.assemblymag.com/CDA/Archives/56840a86f06c9010VgnVCM10000
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 07 03:27:31 EDT 2006 | dougs
Hi folks, thanks for all the tips. We have run our first batch of these flexi boards now. I had the PCB suppliers make me some 1.6mm FR4 carriers to lay the boards on to carry them through the process. (1 flat & 1 with cutouts for the second side)
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 20 07:18:42 EDT 2018 | proceng1
Has anyone else been experiencing this lately? We have had a rash of boards that come in properly vacuum sealed. We store them in the hot room until we are ready to build, and we get bubbles under the solder mask. We've had 4 different jobs, all di