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Pick and Place Rivet

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 13 17:39:27 EDT 2008 | awegener

In light of this new information I've received from everybody's comments, I'd like to get more information about pick and place nozzles. How can I learn more? ... What do the nozzles look like? Are there different shapes? What kind might you r

Pick and Place Nozzles

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 18 15:03:38 EDT 2008 | awegener

I'd like to get more information about pick and place nozzles. How can I learn more? ... What do the nozzles look like? Are there different shapes? Are custom nozzles sometimes used for custom parts or are the nozzles mostly standardized? What kind

Pick and placement forces

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 24 06:24:52 EST 2004 | Joe

Hi, I am an Engineering student doing some research on the component/nozzle interface on SMT Pick and Place machines. Could anyone tell me the force at which the nozzle hits the component as it is picked from the feeder or the placement force on a

Pick and Place Nozzles

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 18 22:55:05 EDT 2008 | kpm135

Nozzles are really machine specific. Your best bet, if you're looking for the correct nozzle for a part, would probably be to send a strip of parts and the data sheet to the manufacture of the machine and ask them for their recommendation. Most machi

Die placement with MPA-G3 pick and place

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 06 07:53:51 EDT 2002 | Jim M.

Has anyone had much luck Picking and Placing die with a Panasonic MPA-G3?What special setups or considerations are required? Currently we pick and place one die with our Universal GSM using only one nozzle. The nozzle must be painted white in order

CSM-84 pick and place machine.

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 13 16:28:00 EST 2011 | tpappano

Does nozzle #1 lower at all when it should pick up a part or is it just staying in the fully up position? If it does come down, but not quite far enough to contact the part, there are adjusting nuts on top of the head that set the lower limit for no

CSM-84 pick and place machine.

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 12 13:19:27 EST 2011 | tpappano

A simple trick I read either here or on another P&P forum is to use "Silly Putty". Place a small thin spot of Silly Putty on the top of the front conveyor rail, and put the machine in "manual" mode. Steer head #1 over the putty and lower it, leavin

Mydata Hydra and 0201 components

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 02 07:38:13 EDT 2005 | DannyJ

Hi Mike, I haven't tried the 0201s with a Hyrda, but after seeing 20 reviews of your message without a response, I'll try and share my experience with 0402s on a non-Hydra machine. The 0402s are slow, but I managed to get some speed by maxing out

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 14 13:18:37 EST 2006 | mrduckmann2000

Let's think about this, there former filed service engineers. I bet they got out of field becasue of being laid-off. Typically the NON-Performers are the first to go. Hint hint.....former field engineers! Quad 4C's when they were new to the marke

Smt 'pick and place' machine issues

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 29 01:09:17 EST 2006 | Guess

I would suggest checking the feeder, MVF and MSR are both turret type and dont have the capability auto pik adjust in y. Y offset pick up would lead to : 1. Over turn component. 2. Missing component. Turret sequence is pick, recognize an

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