Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 18 21:11:26 EST 2014 | sonavc
THANK let me change in PD and see the result
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 10 23:14:25 EST 2014 | peteb
Do you have the correct keyboard? Are all of the keys accurate for MCS?
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 11 13:25:17 EST 2014 | jimmyboz
I do not recall that "TEACH" ever worked. Even if it did, there is no way to save this data to the MCS. After you see that a fiducial cannot be found, change Xa-Ya in the program at the MCS to find it, and of course, re-transmit. Good Luck
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 19 10:57:55 EST 2014 | jimmyboz
Oh yeah, You can flip to switch on the camera card, VM1710 and jog the PCB under the fiducial camera to visually inspect to placements. switch it back when you are done.
Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 08 21:48:42 EST 2014 | sonavc
ETC then you see TEACH. But I can't see it. Do my machine need to update the software or chane some thing in the Proper program?. I'm using MCS16 computer. So far the machine runs great , But take me awhile to move to correct fiducial location Thank
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 11 21:21:54 EST 2014 | sonavc
Thank you, that is help, I always change in program and re-transmit. One more question, I program N_data with capacitor is TANTB (using M nozzles in part data). but when I run the program in machine it is always use S nozzles to pick the cap. TANTB
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 13 13:12:57 EST 2014 | jimmyboz
Are you using MCS1 or MCS2 software on the MCS16? For MCS1 I would have to try and remember, haven't seen that software in 20 years. For MCS2 in the PD make sure nozzle size, nozzle size min, and nozzle size max are all set to Med.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 13 14:18:41 EST 2006 | mark
Hi, I would like to ask you how you test the PCB (electrical test) of first PCB before starting production.? What kind of equipment you are using? and method to confirm that components on PCB are correct (value, orientation, describtion, polarizatio
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 13 15:55:07 EST 2006 | DannyJ
Hi Mark, I'm guessing from your letter that you are not asking about traces, just component values. We use a tool called 'smart tweezers' (catchy, eh?) to do jsut what you are asking. Very easy for our QA department to use a BOM to compare agains