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siemens nozzle

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 14 11:09:36 EST 2008 | soudomphong

I am looking for the cheapest 904 Siemens nozzle. Anyone that know where to get them please advise, thank you,

air nozzle

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 08 08:36:34 EST 1998 | k pearson

I HAVE SEEN ADVERTISED AN AIR NOZZEL THAT USES COMPESSED AIR TO SPEW OUT EITHER HOT OR COLD AIR. I HAVE NEED OF SUCH A DEVICE. I DO NOT HAVE THE MANFR. OF THESE. ANY SUGGESTIONS ??

nozzle - terminology

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 10 12:25:53 EST 1999 | Marlies Hanf

Hi. Placement machines use nozzles to pick up the components. I found the terms "suction nozzle", "vacuum nozzle" or simply "nozzle". Do the terms all mean the same or is there a difference? Are there also nozzles that don't work with vacuum?

CP6-4000 nozzle centering errors?

Electronics Forum | Fri May 30 09:50:04 EDT 2008 | jdengler

Another sticky issue is that if you use after market nozzles especially mixed in with Fuji nozzles the Anti-Marking Illumination Disks can be different enough that the vision system will reject nozzles. Jerry

CP6-4000 nozzle centering errors?

Electronics Forum | Fri May 30 09:53:19 EDT 2008 | cyber_wolf

"Another sticky issue is that if you use after market nozzles especially mixed in with Fuji nozzles the Anti-Marking Illumination Disks can be different enough that the vision system will reject nozzles. Jerry " Thats what I meant when I said they

CP6-4000 nozzle centering errors?

Electronics Forum | Fri May 30 08:24:08 EDT 2008 | cyber_wolf

The nozzles get centered at zero degrees and 180 degrees. I believe the yellow asterisk is the measurement at zero degrees, when it rotates to 180 is when you will get a red X or a green O. (In other words the yellow asterisk is normal) I think you

Fuji cp6 nozzle repair

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 29 19:25:02 EDT 2005 | matjen

I found a place that exchanges old nozzles for new ones; thanks for the inputs though.

Fuji cp6 nozzle repair

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 29 03:23:10 EDT 2005 | dougs

We used to use a company in the uk that did this, we stopped as the results were never that good, i think the company stopped offering the service as well as no-one else wanted to have their nozzles repaired, it's best to get new nozzles in and make

Re: nozzle - terminology

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 17 19:07:47 EST 1999 | Dennis

There are two types of nozzles most commonly used nozzle is vaccum type. but when it comes to odd component which is not standard either plain form. must use machenical grapper to pick up the component

Zevatech 730\740 nozzle repair

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 20 18:52:40 EDT 1999 | Gary Kemp

Would like to find out if the nozzles used with the Zevatech FS730 and FM740 component placers are repairable. In other words, is there a way to get around having to cough up $500.00 per nozzle when one gets damaged? Any insight would be greatly ap

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