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part orientation

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 26 21:14:14 EDT 2008 | davef

Lots of times the suppliers define pin on with a mark on the part molding. Often, they define their approach on their data sheet.

part orientation

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 27 10:34:16 EDT 2008 | realchunks

Not these days. Most parts have several molding marks. Or the entire edge has a bevel. Using the ink as polarity is becoming mainstream.

part orientation

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 27 16:36:54 EDT 2008 | wrongway

I have lots of those parts don't go by the arrow it is a vender marking has nothing to do with the polarity go by the belveled edge you can't go wrong

part orientation

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 27 18:04:37 EDT 2008 | jmelson

Yup on the confusing thing. My manual assembly guy made the same mistake and we burned up a little batch of their parts back around 2001 or so. Jon

part orientation

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 26 18:10:55 EDT 2008 | jam2425

I'm building a circuit board by hand and can't identify pin 1 on a smt IC. I always determine this by the beveled edge, which this part has, but it also has an arrow on the opposite end, so now I'm unsure which one I should go by...help! Ok, got my

Heller part

Electronics Forum | Thu May 03 16:34:56 EDT 2007 | scooter

Looking for a shaft for a Heller oven, shaft is # 680093 Heller lead time is 2 weeks thanks bill

part orientation

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 30 12:54:55 EDT 2008 | realchunks

Intel uses the dot in their letter "i". Hmmm, go figure.

part orientation

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 28 23:42:40 EDT 2008 | jam2425

It just baffles me as to why a vendor would use, of all things, an arrow as a trademark in the first place. Then stick it on the oppossite side of another marker to boot! I swear, sometimes the way some parts are marked, it's like the manufacterer i

part orientation

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 28 18:43:35 EDT 2008 | john_smith

Wouldn't it be nice if all components and packaging were standardized. Some ignaramous that has never done any production work is designing the component and has not a clue what it is like in the real world of manufacturing. Is there an answer to the

part orientation

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 28 23:17:03 EDT 2008 | jam2425

I've been saying that for years. Polarity markings shouldn't have to be a guessing game. You really wonder what some of these manufacturers are thinking. It COULD and should be made simpler!

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