Electronics Forum: kme and 8 and x and 2 and mm and paper (Page 1 of 2)

Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 26 12:40:59 EDT 2001 | stefwitt

I would like to enter the discussion by tossing some numbers in. First of all I don�t like the 3 Sigma value. 3 Sigma are 2000 defects per mio. if I remember correctly. This means, if you have 200 components on the board, then every 10 boards have on

Re: SMT Pick and Place

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 13 00:25:59 EDT 1998 | Scott McKee

Last October I purchased a Mydata over a Phillips and Amistar. I've done things on my Mydata that is impossible on the other machines. I can build the top side and the bottom side of two boards at the same time (I print both sides at once). I can "

Foam fluxer maintenance, storage and cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 09 09:44:22 EST 2015 | davef

Purpose. This describes setting-up a wave soldering system set-up for a new assembly design or checking a wave solder machine operation with a test board. Applicability. To be used for new design printed circuit assembles and during machine accept

Fuji CP6 and IP3 specifications request

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 05 08:15:39 EDT 2016 | jdengler

The IP3 specs are: PCB Dimensions Max: 508 mm x 457 mm - Min: 80mm x 50mm Thickness: 0.8 to 4.0mm Component Capacity Tape: 74 - 8/12mm Device Locations Tray: 40 Locations Placing Rate: 0.55 sec/component for small chips 1.25 sec/component for ICs

Fuji CP6 and IP3 specifications request

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 09 11:14:28 EDT 2016 | cyber_wolf

•Rated Speed of 40,000 CPH •140 - 8mm Device Locations •14" x 18" Max PCB Size PCB dimensions Max: 457mm x 356mm Min: 80mm x 60mm Board Thickness: 0.3 to 4.0mm Component capacity Up to 140 types (8mm tape) Placing rate 0.09 sec./component - 40,

Fuji cp3 and ip2 placement speed

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 12 18:26:05 EDT 2002 | pjc

If you are talking actual placement rate- from first fiducial read of board no. 1 to first fiducial read of board no. 2, here is the best I've ever seen based on the boards I've run: CP3- 141 seconds for 468 components per board (all rectangular chi

Solder Paste and fine pitch components

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 19 11:14:45 EDT 2002 | Jim M.

We had lots of problems with bridging on 15.8mm pitch, QFP17-160 at the start.The board was .032 thick, double sided-six boards to a panel. Here is the problems (not neccessarily in the biggest to little but as i remember them) and solutions that he

ultra low cost pick and place?

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 12 19:48:47 EDT 2010 | bootstrap

I like what you're doing. 20 years ago anyone, hobbyists and tiny garage-shop companies could create electronics devices just as sophisticated and cool as big corporations. Today, SMT has largely trashed the creativity (and competition) that existe

Selecting pick and place machine (comparison/personal experience/sales pitches)

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 30 10:42:40 EDT 2021 | oxygensmd

I have a customer who ask close to prototyping jobs with low volume and high-mix components. A regular job have around 5-30 pieces board but have high quantity and many type of components. All the time over 1000 pieces of parts on board from 250-350

does anyone know about JUKI electric feeder and machinery feeder difference

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 25 03:39:25 EDT 2016 | rob

A 200% + increase in load time certainly erases > any thoughts of efficiency in my mind. We have tried the Visker Electric feeders out (Yamaha & Juki)and they are nice and smooth, with a faster recovery rate, also adjustable pitch. However, with

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