Electronics Forum | Thu May 10 15:11:53 EDT 2001 | jdtpfacreate
Paul, My company offers an excellent solution for low volume/high mix applications. The issue always becomes how can you reduce downtime/changeover. There are few features on our machines that allow you to do this effectively: -Load feeder
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 23 09:25:46 EDT 2005 | Base
Hey Greg, As you already pointed out yourself: unless you can do away with covertape pickup-spools (or can figure out a way to empty them without loosing tension on the covertape) your feeders will not be suitable for several consecutive splices. S
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 08 11:38:52 EDT 2014 | spoiltforchoice
They key requirement before any fancy tools is careful storage, stock control, labeling and handling. If your parts are incorrect before they even get to production, you're screwed. As gregp suggests, to get consistently correct value and orientation
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 08 02:40:45 EST 2006 | Mike Konrad
Hi 'K', We manufacture both batch and inline defluxing equipment so we have no axe to grind with either technology. There are pros and cons associated with both technologies under specific conditions. Batch machines are typically good cleaners but
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 31 15:16:43 EDT 2017 | emeto
John, contemporary machines provide their own software for programming - most you can do completely offline. There are several tricks here: 1. Design libraries correctly - you should have polarity convention that matches your P&P and your AOI machi
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 03 11:07:00 EDT 2000 | C.K.
"In Reality there's no additional cost or extra cost for the cleaning time since there is no increase on operator's wage in doing the cleaning but instead just an additional load or job for the operators at the same wage cost." I'd have to agree...