Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 07 08:16:13 EST 2014 | cyber_wolf
We have placed billions of components with our Mydata's. No issues with ESD.
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 07 18:14:17 EST 2014 | cot628
That is a lot of Mydata lines to place billions of parts.
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 07 06:45:13 EST 2014 | cot628
Has anybody had issues with the Mydata centering jaws causing esd and part damage. I understand we can lower the force on the components but ESD is my main concern. In the past I heard of companies testing the centering jaws because of this concern.
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 07 11:13:35 EST 2014 | dyoungquist
We have run Mydata machines for 10+ years with no ESD damage from the machine itself that we know of. Can you tell us how you have verified it is the machine causing the ESD damage? It seems to me the ESD damage would be far more likely coming from
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 10 06:54:19 EST 2014 | cyber_wolf
It's called running every day 3 shifts for 22 years. Anyway....My precise numbers aren't handy but lets just say a lot of parts were placed in that time. I would be pretty confident in saying that the centering jaws do not cause ESD damage on Mydat
Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 08 00:28:25 EST 2014 | padawanlinuxero
Hello We a Mydata and put all kinda of components with the midas unit, but never had problems with ESD, and some of them are very delicate parts, perhaps like our colleague said perhaps you should look at the trays or feeders that you are using, pe
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 07 18:12:50 EST 2014 | cot628
This issue is coming from a customer. The customer demands that we do not mechanically center or test passive components, because of issues they had in the past. There has been a studies that it takes about 8-10 newtons to damage chip. Most of our pa
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 10 09:11:51 EST 2014 | rgduval
The centering jaws are made out of copper, I believe...and conductive. I'd suggest that the conductivity of the copper makes it a fairly poor source of ESD damage in a component. I have observed physical damage to components from the centering jaws
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 11 13:27:43 EST 2005 | dorklover664
I think with any feeder your going to loose parts. After running the five most popular pick and place machines all I can say is, TAPE. Have your operators tape the reel after they remove it from the feeder. It coasts more in ESD tape and it�s a pain
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 04 07:11:43 EDT 2014 | padawanlinuxero
Hello We work with a TP9-4 and a MY12 both with tray wagons, I like a lot the tray wagon, for big components we use it, but like AVFM we build our own pallets, and some of them were big 3x30 array or even bigger all pallets were done in a ESD mater