Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 24 10:47:59 EDT 2011 | bwjm
So if i purchase the modified nozzle, am i able to place 0201. How about the vision accuracy of machine. I'm quite confused now....... Between, Scott is there anything that i have to pay special attention when i pick my machine up, any advices? THa
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 03:44:46 EST 2006 | lov3ly_9irl
Hi, Can anybody know a company that sell vacuum filter for Juki and Yamaha machines? Tks. Lauren
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 07:51:27 EST 2006 | sagan
Any SMC resseler may have the Venturi filter for the Juki... as for the Yamaha, i don't honestly know.
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 10 03:30:44 EST 2006 | lov3ly_9irl
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 16:52:07 EST 2006 | darby
Which model Yamhah are you talking about and what is the make and model # of the manifold block for the micro ejectors? If it has the Koganei ME05M series then your local rep can supply the filters. It is a good idea to get spare O-rings for the filt
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 24 12:02:57 EDT 2004 | Frank
Yes, I can see your problem, the nozzle makes only good contact in the center and so the ends don't make good contact. The ends tend to curl up during reflow. There were two suggestions to solve this. 1) Let the operator push down the labels befor
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 02 17:15:58 EDT 2013 | dontfeedphils
This is where I purchase nozzles for our Jukis. You don't have to purchase the entire nozzle assembly, just the tip and slider... http://www.nozzlesupply.com/juki.htm I don't have any affiliation with this company, just a happy customer.
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 02 13:43:54 EDT 2013 | ericrr
On one of the products uses a QFP (Quad Flat Package)which is not going on straight, maybe 20 pins per 4 sides. sometimes I have to tweak the alignment before the board goes in the oven, this practice can be a bit of a worry if you over tweak it - pa