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Researching placement machines - where do I start?!

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 05 20:21:40 EST 2010 | steinerson

Hi Jeff I would recommend you to try unexpensive user friendly Juki Late Model KE760 series. you need a flexible machine that can handle components,fine pitch QFP. This machine is very unique. you can use even without an offline software optimizer,

Topaz X Head Optimization

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 28 17:45:56 EST 2012 | acsscott

So, got the Topaz X up and running. It has (4)FNC nozzles on 2, 4, 6, 8, and (4)74A Nozzles on 1, 3, 5, 7. We are trying to optimize it to pick up 8 components, then move over the camera, then to the PCB and place them. In the Mount data, we load

Dual lane vs. single lane feeders for high mix

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 12 12:03:39 EST 2017 | dleeper

A lot of it depends on what machines you are using and how well they implement dual lane feeders. A few general comparisons: Pros: -You can fit more feeders on your machines. -One dual lane feeder is cheaper than two single lane feeders Cons: -two

Round Solder Lands

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 28 17:42:43 EST 2001 | lileubie

I've used round and optimized ovate pads for the majority of boards used in prior companies. Study after study has proven excellent reliability. Why your sample has both apertures, I could only guess that your customer is testing both. Have you e

Question on Reflow Profile Development

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 14 00:50:32 EDT 2001 | procon

Greg, You may want to look into having a company that specializes in reflow optimization come to your facility and get you all set-up. Their are many companies that will come in and create the best profiles for your product with a process window tha

Re: Solder Paste...

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 19 16:06:12 EDT 1999 | Tim O'Neill

Hi Steve, Brian's right. The best paste is the paste that works best for your application requirements. From equipment to environment to customer demands to the operators noses;all these variables will determine the best product for you. Brian's su

Re: You choose: F4G or MCS-30

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 12 11:03:10 EDT 1999 | Mika Johnsson

Just curious as to everyones thoughts on if you could chose to use F4G or an MCS-30. Which would you chose and why? Larry J If you need connections to other systems (CAD,MRP,Optimization) then I think MCS coul be a better choice, s

Re: Universal FlexJet!!!

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 25 21:46:29 EST 1999 | C4 GSM GURU

Hey, all you Pro's out there I am looking for someone that has worked with the Universal FlexJet. We have been Beta testing one for a couple of months now and are having problems with interfacing optimization software with it. I would

Wave Solder Optimizer vs. WaveRIDER

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 07 14:08:50 EST 1999 | C.K.

Has anyone done head-to-head comparison between these two? If so, what were pro's and cons of each? Which choice, if any, was made? We here are looking into implementing an SPC program for Wave Solder. The tool would be used once or twice, by ope


Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 01 22:02:57 EDT 1998 | Jason

I am currently experimenting with Pin-To-Paste reflow. does anyone know some excellent references or links that could give me tips and tricks, optimal aperature dimensions, etc. I have been informed that if I have pull through that I should put a c

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