Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 06 13:12:17 EST 2005 | sk
Hello, I use Siemens MS128 & HS180. I need to place a lot of TO-252AA, SOT223, ... components. At the moment I use only mechanical centering but I want to center these components opticaly. There is no problem to center chips and other symetrical com
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 23 14:26:27 EDT 2013 | joekirin
On machines such as MyDatas you have the ability to mechanically center parts rather than optically centering. If your machine is capable of doing mechanical centering that would eliminate the need for the vision analysis. -Joe
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 15 13:20:02 EDT 1998 | Jim Mitchell
Quad Systems sells the Samsung product with Quad's patented QuadAlign optics system and Quad feeders as opposed to the mechanical centering system available on the product direct from Samsung. Generally, all optical centering is superior to mechanic
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 10 14:40:41 EDT 2006 | Billy D
Dude - check the centering jaws as well. If they're off a bit it'll do this as well. Is it just mechanically centered parts, or optically centered parts also?
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 21 12:40:07 EST 2007 | cyber_wolf
What type of Mydata is this ? TP or My series ? Optical or Mechanical centering ? How many hours are on the machine ?
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 29 13:34:28 EDT 2013 | dontfeedphils
Usually the reason it will fail a part like that when you are using mechanical centering is because the part is usually picked so off center because of the body shape. So when the centering jaws close to push the part to center they give up and fail
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 17 09:38:07 EDT 2014 | rgduval
Are you able to turn off mechanical centering? Or can you adjust the settings?
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 18 17:41:31 EDT 2019 | rgduval
The UFP was a designation for "ultra-fine-pitch"; but, for the most part, you should be able to get the same placements out of both machines. Anything 0402 or above can be mechanically centered. The UFP machine will lean on optical centering for .5
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 08 12:58:49 EST 2004 | clampron
If it were my money and I had your specifications to achive, I would go Mydata. One platform, chip shooter, optical centering, mechanical centering, electrical verification (that works)smart feeders that work, etc.... I have worked on several platfor
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 14 11:59:41 EDT 2014 | rgduval
I've primarily used MyData equipment, personally, and, optically centered devices definitely take longer than mechanically centered parts on a MyData, owing to the construction of the machine. With a fixed upward looking camera, the head has to pick