Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 19 18:21:17 EDT 2013 | microaide
We recently purchased some used Quad 4C machines. One of them does not seem to keep a stable origin reference point. I teach the nozzle and component pickup coordinates, then suddenly everything seems to be off by .030 to .040 inches in the X axis. I
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 16 03:44:12 EDT 2013 | rollon65
Hi. Sorry I don't have an answer for this but I have the same problem in the "Y" axis on one of my 4Cs after the machine has run for around 4 hours. The machine seems to partially correct for the pick-ups being off as the placements are fairly good
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 22 04:59:01 EDT 2013 | bobpan
You have 1 of 2 problems. 1. The encoder is losing steps so it has a problem or the glass scale that it reads has something wrong with it....dirt,cracked,etc..... 2. The downward camera is loose or has a problem. With power on move the head to a posi
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 22 14:06:16 EDT 2013 | bobpan
I dont have a machine to look at but its one of 2 ways.... 1. It finds a home sensor then counts out to a position. 2. It finds an etched mark on the glass scale then counts out to a position from there. I know the Q-series machines does the second
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 22 12:43:31 EDT 2013 | microaide
I don't think it is a loose camera lens. We are actually off on the position of the Z-rod. It's not just the camera position that is off. We really can't change nozzles because the z-rod misses the hole in the nozzle changer. We have repeatedly clea
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 21 06:49:41 EST 2017 | carlos350
Hello friends, I'm having a problem with a juki ke-750 when I connect it, I do not know the origin of it, but try to show it at the beginning, but then right away, it's the process that may be somebody please.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 01 13:57:41 EST 2017 | sarason
Try to rephrase your question so we can understand your it. regards sarason
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 10 07:14:37 EST 2017 | vinitverma
It’s the board origin ( not the panel origin).
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 07 05:52:04 EDT 2008 | benefon
Hi Perhaps you could modify the PCB Origin coordinates in the PCB Info. Change the PCB Origin X and Y coordinates to point to the PCB origin on the fixture. rgds AR
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 08 00:44:19 EDT 2008 | darby
Lock the pcb in the machine with the fixture. Teach origin 0 (O0,the datum origin or pcb origin). That's the only data you change.