Electronics Forum: nozzle and mount and force (Page 1 of 2)

Pick and placement forces

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 24 06:24:52 EST 2004 | Joe

Hi, I am an Engineering student doing some research on the component/nozzle interface on SMT Pick and Place machines. Could anyone tell me the force at which the nozzle hits the component as it is picked from the feeder or the placement force on a

what's IPC9850 and MNVC?

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 29 15:19:57 EDT 2011 | davef

IPC-9850. Surface Mount. Placement Equipment. http://www.ipc.org/TOC/IPC-9850.pdf MNVC. Multi-Nozzle Vision Centering [???]

Universal GSM and 0402/0201 Placement

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 16 16:57:14 EST 2015 | dilogic

I doubt you will be able to get satisfactory results with 0201. 0402 is another story. When doing 0402 projects, we use only electric (MP) feeders and always at the same feeder slots (feeder teach done for each of them). MPF08 nozzle works fine. Also

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 05 08:18:03 EDT 2004 | vinitverma

Hi Grant, If you're really looking for speed, I'm sure you're looking for another machine for doing the QFPs, BGAs stuff etc. In that even, why not have a look at the long proven Assembleon FCM machine!! It is a totally different concept with UNMATC

Pick and Place machine dropping parts

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 14 13:45:04 EDT 2009 | christian01976

Hello! You could check your pick an mount vacuum, too. You can do it in COMPONENT INFO with the ADJUST ASSISTANT (F6). Then PICK UP COMPONENT. If you don´t know how to read the grafic that is shown then just push F1 for HELP. What size do the TANT h

Smt 'pick and place' machine issues

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 29 01:09:17 EST 2006 | Guess

I would suggest checking the feeder, MVF and MSR are both turret type and dont have the capability auto pik adjust in y. Y offset pick up would lead to : 1. Over turn component. 2. Missing component. Turret sequence is pick, recognize an

Foam fluxer maintenance, storage and cleaning

Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 08 15:27:25 EST 2015 | davef

Thinner: Flux thinner, NOT paint thinner We kept a spare stone in thinner in inventory. We cut PVC pipe to size, cap in one end, screw thread on the other, stone inside, filled with flux thinner and covered with a screw cap. I don't remember who we

Re: Cleaning under, around, and through tight spaces

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 05 20:29:32 EST 1999 | Steve Gregory

A question for you all! Back in the good old days, we didn't always know how clean was clean. Much has changed. Much hasn't. My question concerns cleaning under, through, and around tight spaces. Way back when, we could not clean under 20

Re: Cleaning under, around, and through tight spaces

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 06 09:55:22 EST 1999 | Chrys

A question for you all! Back in the good old days, we didn't always know how clean was clean. Much has changed. Much hasn't. My question concerns cleaning under, through, and around tight spaces. Way back when, we could not clea

Re: Cleaning under, around, and through tight spaces

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 12 17:24:27 EDT 1999 | Kevin Ham

A question for you all! Back in the good old days, we didn't always know how clean was clean. Much has changed. Much hasn't. My question concerns cleaning under, through, and around tight spaces. Way back when, we could not clea

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