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OEE measurement

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 24 00:16:24 EST 2009 | bala123

How OEE (of SMT line) is measured for high mix, low volume companies and used in bench mark. In general, what is the average ?

glue measurement

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 03 03:32:47 EDT 2001 | johnw

Franky, what method are you using for printing glue? metal stencil or plastic?, and is it on contact or off contact ? and what type of squeegee's are you using? basically give us more infomation. In term's of measuring height / volume, you can do t

glue measurement

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 10 17:56:35 EDT 2001 | seand

Hello all, My respone here is to add options for evaluation for the engineer. Not to convey that they are the only options as that would be reckless. Cyberoptics does have a standard line of machines configured for in line paste inspection. Some

glue measurement

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 05 16:05:58 EDT 2001 | seand

Hello everyone, Your chief variable here is going to be your epoxy. Different materials react accordingly to various inspection methods but, DEPENDING on your print parameters and material, you may be able to utilize an inline inspection machine.

Solder paste measurement

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 08 14:53:41 EDT 2008 | mbnetto

Hello, Pls, I�m looking for machines to measure solder paste height - OFF LINE, and I just know the MALCOM and OGP brands. Does anybody know other brands to inform me ? Thank you!

Height paste measurement

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 23 11:14:16 EDT 2002 | juan_ruiz

We are interested on measuring height paste as a control method in our production lines, We are considering using a Cyberoptics equipment but we perform a GR&R for this equipment and it didn't pass it. Do you know a better alternative to measure heig

solder paste measurement machine

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 13:17:10 EDT 2007 | jerrysaise

�It adds NO VALUE whatsoever to do 3D inspection as part of in-line production.�

solder paste measurement machine

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 19:06:08 EDT 2007 | grayman

In short this guys are not well updated on the new technology of SPI. True, 3D IN LINE SPI is no longer a slow machine. Try checking some brand like Cyberoptics,Synapse imaging,SEIMENS,KOHYOUNG and many others...they can match the speed os some mount

solder paste measurement machine

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 09:03:35 EDT 2007 | ck_the_flip

3d is good for initial verification that your screen printer and stencil is producing the desired paste height. 2D verification is more than sufficient during regular production. That being said, your best bet for a 3D machine is to go cheap - buy

Height paste measurement

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 23 21:48:45 EDT 2002 | davef

Like other things, the more you pay, the better the gage. I'm not sure which Cyberoptics unit you're considering, but LSM has a lousy gage [R&R ~25%]. We use a microscope with lousy gage that costs waaay less than some laser guided thing. Search t

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