Electronics Forum: hole location tolerances (Page 1 of 30)

Placement tolerances (CM402, CM212, CM602)

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 26 15:01:07 EST 2014 | dhollland

No, guess I should have tried to explain it better. If I am trying to place a component at X-31.6 and Y52.8 What is the tolerance +/- that the machine will put it at that exact location. I know it's not going to place it at exactly that spot every

HELP!! via sizes, location

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 05 10:48:46 EDT 1999 | Frank Fossett

I am a new employee at a company that has had a large turnover of employees over the past year. I am working on a board (components on one side only), the engineer (he is also new ) wants to use an .035 pad with a .021 dia. hole, there are no via's u

HELP!! via sizes location

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 05 10:13:48 EDT 1999 | Frank Fossett

I am a new employee at a company that has had a large turnover of employees over the past year. I am working on a board (components on one side only), the engineer wants to use an .035 pad with a .012 dia. hole, there are no via's under the zero clea

Re: HELP!! via sizes, location

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 06 04:23:09 EDT 1999 | Brian

| | I am a new employee at a company that has had a large turnover of employees over the past year. I am working on a board (components on one side only), the engineer (he is also new ) wants to use an .035 pad with a .021 dia. hole, there are no via

Re: HELP!! via sizes, location

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 05 12:42:43 EDT 1999 | Chris May

| I am a new employee at a company that has had a large turnover of employees over the past year. I am working on a board (components on one side only), the engineer (he is also new ) wants to use an .035 pad with a .021 dia. hole, there are no via's

Component location related to Fiducial marks

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 06 09:55:52 EDT 2004 | Joe O.B.

Hi, We're going to migrate our boards from through-hole to SMT, and I'm dealing with the PCB layout. I've found a lot of references for fiducial marks but none of them states if components can be placed beyond the marks limits or only within the are

MILL-MAX .020 pin in a .026 hole

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 29 17:52:33 EDT 2021 | mike_infl

We have an assembly which we are trying to machine pick and place a Mil-Max pin that is .020 dia placed in a .026 hole. The board is .1125 thick. We have to place 106 of these pins. Without going into the challenge of getting proper hole-fill to me

through hole questions

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 19 21:39:18 EST 2014 | gregp

Hi Spoilt...thanks for your reply. The latter part of your reply is a bit perplexing though. The CS-400E is easy to set up. There are two lights spots that indicate the insertion location. The component does not need to be prepped other than bent

through hole today

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 11 15:12:02 EDT 2013 | rway

"Do you think these machines are less appropriate for smaller lot sizes and PCB's with just a few through hole parts?" That depends. It will still save time if your lot sizes are small, as opposed to hand placement. I would not recommend buying an

through hole questions

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 21 11:40:53 EST 2014 | gregp

Hi Spoilt, Thanks again for the feedback. It is really an eye opener for me. What I fail to realize is that perception, whether right or wrong, plays a big role in whether or not someone might consider a process change. Your first comment is reall

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