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aoi inline

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 21 17:50:51 EDT 2001 | Ian T

how does aoi perform inline? is aoi a bottle neck or not? if there are any aoi user please respond. we already know the theory we need the practical thx

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Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 16 10:54:02 EDT 2003 | honarar

We want to put an inline cleaner at the end of our reflow oven. should we be concerned about temp drop between the exit of the oven and inlet of the cleaner. does anyone know of a standard

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Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 16 10:54:04 EDT 2003 | honarar

We want to put an inline cleaner at the end of our reflow oven. should we be concerned about temp drop between the exit of the oven and inlet of the cleaner. does anyone know of a standard

aoi inline

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 23 21:00:10 EDT 2001 | davef

We do the same quadrent every four boards in placement inspection on a Orbotech.

aoi inline

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 03 09:21:08 EDT 2001 | Ian T

hi my company is planing to purchase an aoi system to be used inline. is there anyone out there doing this, if so do you use all the machine options (pattern character recognition, bad board marks, correct part polarity...) or do you dumb it down(pa

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Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 22 12:30:34 EDT 2001 | slthomas

Now that's an approach I've never thought of, inspecting a different portion of each board (I'm assuming that you program a few different patterns and run them sequencially, or something like that). I know our stencil printers don't provide that opti

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Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 21 21:11:29 EDT 2001 | davef

It depends on what you're doing. Say for component placement verification, a line that's kicking-butt might have time to look at a somewhat different quarter of each board, depending on lots of stuff [eg, board, AOI equipment, line rate, etc.]

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Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 22 12:39:58 EDT 2001 | andyy

From the manufacturer's perspective, we aim to be able to fully inspect all components within the beat rate of the line and generally do. I'm not aware of any competitive machines that do the random sampling that is suggested above, however it is do

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Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 16 18:10:50 EDT 2003 | Gabriele

Before entering the cleaner, the board should reach almost temperature of first pre-wash module (are you using DI water washing machine?), if water cleaner, normally the temp of prewash spry is set from 45 C� to 55 C�. (or it could be 10�C higher, bu

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Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 16 18:11:19 EDT 2003 | Gabriele

Before entering the cleaner, the board should reach almost temperature of first pre-wash module (are you using DI water washing machine?), if water cleaner, normally the temp of prewash spry is set from 45 C� to 55 C�. (or it could be 10�C higher, bu

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