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NEW to Philips Topaz-X need help programming

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 19 06:02:34 EDT 2008 | jlawson

Not that trying to sell anything, but Valors new vPlan system is a scalable software that can read gerbers and other CAM/CAD formats, can extract component positions, add polarities prepare job with BOM import, verify CAD to BOM and generate Topax-X

Damaged Components by Reflow Process (Process Window)

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 05 02:52:37 EST 2009 | sachu_70

The problem expressed by you need not necessarily be caused by the Reflow process even though it's effect cannot be ruled out. I suggest to validate periodically the Reflow Oven performance as also optimise Reflow parameters through a documented vali

SMT assembly

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 16 08:34:46 EDT 2009 | sachu_70

Hey Loco, how about saving the bottom side? It actually only depends on your oven setting specific to Top heaters and Bottom heaters. Unless you set the parameters rightly, you would face such issues. It only indicates that you need to seriously re-l

Topaz files, information

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 20 20:28:04 EST 2012 | acsscott

Have you done any more work on this? I have a program that reads the Altium files, a feeder database,and makes a UFOS file for the older CSM machines. I can't get the UFOS to VIOS convertor on our Topaz X to read the UFOS *.BRD files. It stops and

what software is out there that will extract XY centroid from gerber data?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 21 09:39:56 EST 2014 | spoiltforchoice

http://www.graphicode.com/GC-PowerPlace this does, I had a dabble and while it does seem quite capable the learning curve is quite steep and I'd wager the price is too. As with GCPrevue, the user interface is hardly what you would call streamlined or

Multi Cluster Optimisation using HLC software for Juki

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 17 06:27:50 EST 2014 | garym4569

In the program editor on the machine, you can output a text file of the production data. You can select to output placement data, component data, and/or feeder setup for the product currently loaded on the machine. You can also do the same in the H


Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 10 02:40:55 EDT 2018 | rob

Hi Stephen, All good machines. Regarding placement speeds ignore what the manufacturers claim, it's utter crap. Start with the IPC9850 number (not perfect, but we have been known to hit it), but even better to make them demonstrate on one of your

Dual lane vs. single lane feeders for high mix

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 12 17:34:39 EST 2017 | spoiltforchoice

A pattern emerges, but really I think it means plan/optimise for your day/week not a single job. Our machine uses 10's, this means there's a significant chunk of the feeder that is not easily accessible if something like a brass shim gets stuck or f

Re: product changeovers

Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 03 13:49:36 EDT 1999 | JohnW

50% reduction in time. One draw back, the availability of feeders... You need 280 feeders max to change over a max capacity of 140 feeder machine (or a variance of a product mix vs. part numbers); then there's 8mm, 12mm, 16mm, sticks feeders that c

Re: Siemens 80s20 throughput !!

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 21 05:39:58 EST 2000 | Scott Davies

Hi ZJJ, I know exactly where you're coming from on this one! We have a similar situation here with a SiPlace 80S-15, rated at 15K max per hour. In practice, we achieve about 11K. The reason is fairly straightforward. The quoted maximum placements pe

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