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.
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 14 03:54:59 EDT 2014 | ermani9
Failing to origin the machine. On pressing ORIGIN, it moves a small distance and gives the message "ORIGIN INCOMPLETE" and displays error ...243:Y DRIFT ADJUSTMENT NO GOOD..." Please help.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 28 14:38:07 EST 2001 | CAL
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Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 29 20:15:41 EDT 2007 | darby
PCB > Origin > Origin 0 4 Teach the corner of the pcb at the mechanical stop. This data is from the machine origin. For a unit with a teach camera it will probably be around -25x, 95y. For a beam sensor around 70x, 28y. This is for a right to left
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 21 10:34:06 EDT 2005 | patrickbruneel
Hi Y'all It would be valuable to the users of this forum to get a response from the original poster about his/her findings and solutions. It usually starts with the post of a problem, then opinions and experiences get exchanged but we never see a co
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 08 22:22:34 EST 2006 | crashoveride
hello guys....... it seems to our team that your problem most likely originated to the board origin. seems to us that the two machines have diffrent settings. as what you've said, offsets on placements only happened when transmitting a program at bot
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 26 08:39:09 EST 2001 | Cal
Previously posted, was information regarding "BLUE DOT" UV inspection. The link for original solutions was incorrect. This is a process where a UV signature is imbedded at the board level to visually check missing components, tombstoning and polarity
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 01 11:46:09 EDT 2009 | andoe
when the cp6 loads a board everything seems normal / as the table drops the pcb lines up onto the origan hole and then instantly fails with -- "original pin error" we have run this board before. any ideas? thanks