Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 12 14:47:55 EST 2000 | Chris Newell
We run Siemens SiPlace SMT equipment. One of our biggest problems is feeder tape splices jamming our feeders. We use Siemens recommended method of splicing our feeder tapes together. This has been causing upwards of 10% lost time on some of our build
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 13 03:40:13 EST 2000 | G. English
We have seen this problem, again using the methods recommended by Siemens. We tried different methods of splicing the tapes, but again the material was clogging in the feeders and especially in the cogs which grip and feed the tape. The only method
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 13 08:28:37 EST 2000 | CAL
1)having the leader tape overlap and taped square is key. 2)making sure the Butt splice of the carrier tape is cut square and come together with no gaps 3) I would put a piece of yellow splice tape on the underside of the carrier tape to help hold th
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 13 12:08:57 EST 2000 | Stefan Witte
Apparently the adhesive tape peels off from the joint, which could have some reasons. 1. There should be an overlap of the cover tape, as Cal mentioned. The new cover tape laying over the old by approx. 2mm. I also peel the cover tape a bit off, whi
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 25 14:51:49 EDT 2005 | bobpan
5v or 12v feeders.....and are you sure the parts fit through the feeders and are not getting jammed. On some of the old feeders you had to remove the springs and other parts to make the tall caps work.... chow
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 09 11:37:29 EST 2005 | Samir Nagaheenanajar
So, I'm workin' my damn fax machine; unfortunately, it's one of the 1st generation fax machines, because in Riyadh, we get stuck with the old equipment, and then it gives a message on the LCD display: Paper Jam..so I get mad, and yell: WHY DOES IT
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 27 09:07:50 EDT 2005 | russ
Is anyone aware of the spec for tape if any?
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 27 13:22:39 EDT 2005 | russ
Thanks for the spec Greg, For us it is the stiffness.
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 27 14:17:49 EDT 2005 | james
I agree the stiffness is definately the problem.