Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 23 13:37:11 EDT 2000 | Sarry
Does anybody have problem with 8 mm paper component reels?. when feeder indexs component, the tape is not separated form the components completely. soemtimes it takes up the paper from the tape.( I believe it is because of tape has sticky material ).
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 12 04:19:19 EDT 2010 | jepoy18
Hi All, Good day, Is there a Paper type packaging for LED 1608. Our available feeder in our production is for paper type but we are using emboss type reel packaging... thanks and regards.. Jeff
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 24 09:32:40 EDT 2000 | Stefan Witte
If this is a problem you see with all your paper tape, you may want to talk with your machine vendor. Sometimes a sharper blade in the feeder,which peels off the cover tape, helps to keep the carrier tape together.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 23 21:08:52 EDT 2000 | sarry
Thanks JAX but, What If I can't do both steps?
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 31 22:41:59 EDT 2000 | Sarry
Thanks for all your input
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 24 05:09:21 EDT 2000 | Wolfgang Busko
Hi Sarry, it�s a mess sometimes with those things. We all look for component issues and sometimes forget the packing material and how it handles. Those paper carriers often caused problems when for some reasons they were exposed to moisture during
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 23 18:04:28 EDT 2000 | JAX
Sarry, Not to sure what your asking but here's an idea. step 1: If you can change vendors: change vendors. step 2: If you cannot change: Show them your problem. If nothing gets resolved, work on step 1.
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 22 22:58:40 EDT 2002 | craigj
Are having problems with cheap paper phenolic pcbs that appear to have shrunk. That is they no longer match the stencil (stencil is correct). Some people seem to think this is normal, is there an industry standard out there that says what is reasonab
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 23 17:25:21 EDT 2002 | davef
Here's the bet. I'll bet the size [ie, length, width, thickness, etc] of the boards remain the same. It's the size of the copper features on the board that is changing. Right? Right?
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 23 10:28:23 EDT 2002 | davef
Ah, CHEAP boards. You pay me now, you pay me later, eh? The buyers get BIG bonuses. The production types get trashed, 'cause they can run aboard they've been doing for years. Wassup? For a specification, look to: * IPC-6011 - Generic Performance