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what's IPC9850 and MNVC?

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 29 15:19:57 EDT 2011 | davef

IPC-9850. Surface Mount. Placement Equipment. http://www.ipc.org/TOC/IPC-9850.pdf MNVC. Multi-Nozzle Vision Centering [???]

what's IPC9850 and MNVC?

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 28 06:08:22 EDT 2011 | lisalau

I am a greenhand in SMT field,could you pls help to give me a definition of what IPC9850 and MNVC are? Your help would be highly appreciated!

what's IPC9850 and MNVC?

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 29 20:59:55 EDT 2011 | lisalau

Recieved,thanks!

Pick and Place Machine Validation

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 28 22:29:42 EST 2005 | msivigny

Appreciate the feedback SMTUser & link referral PeteC! Late 2004, EAGLE-EYED ONE changed its name to CeTaQ Americas. Still the same business, people and quality products and services. Changed for global synergy with our German parent and in support o

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 05 08:18:03 EDT 2004 | vinitverma

Hi Grant, If you're really looking for speed, I'm sure you're looking for another machine for doing the QFPs, BGAs stuff etc. In that even, why not have a look at the long proven Assembleon FCM machine!! It is a totally different concept with UNMATC

Bow and Twist of PCB's

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 19 05:00:56 EDT 1998 | Tom Blum

Hi there, I'm actually facing a lot of trouble with PCB's presenting up to 3mm of bow /twist at reception i.e. before assembly. The PCB size is 220 by 230mm. The boards are to be assembeled SMD double sides with 05.mm pitch on both sides. In order to

Re: Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

Electronics Forum | Sun Jun 07 02:06:26 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon

| Earl, | As always, I am interested in what you have to say, but I am still a little vague on your application of ANSI Y14.5 as it relates to the manufacturability of an assembled printed circuit board. Are you implying that component placement coor

Nub bying p&p, stencil printer and reflow.

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 16 09:23:43 EDT 2011 | jebs

Thank you for good answers. The Evest EM-780L machine that I linked to further up has a IPC-9850 at 25000 so if I get half I might be able to get the work done. How many people do you have working on the SMT line? Do you have all you're machines in

IPC Standard for Acceptable and Reject Criteria

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 09:18:27 EST 2004 | Simon UK

Hi Dennis, It is all dependant on what you state for the class of product i.e. Class 3 is the top end acceptance criteria used mainly in Aerospace and Military. You have 2 terms you need to grasp to avoid confusion. 1. Acceptance Criteria 2. Target

Re: Fountain Wave Soldering and Repair/Rework Equipment

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 21 20:22:02 EST 1999 | Earl Moon

| | Hello, | | | | I will be evaluating and qualifying two equipment types. The first is a fountain soldering device. I need practical advice on all the stuff you guys and gals know about as good, bad, ugly, best applications, setup, limitations, an

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