Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 23 18:34:15 EST 2020 | slthomas
It's hard to poka-yoke loading reels onto the machine (either a inserter-sequencer or a sequencer, then getting the sequenced reels properly indexed). The only way I know of to make sure they've been set up properly is with visual inspection of EVERY
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 31 10:54:32 EST 2020 | rvines1
One concern with DIP insertion is making sure the operator inserts the correct tube into the correct feeder. Has anyone ever tried pick-to-light or anything similar?
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 23 17:24:08 EST 2020 | rvines1
Due to couple of customers who still have some products that are completely through-hole, we use our Universal DIP and Axial equipment on a somewhat regular basis. Our machines are pretty old, but they work pretty well, and we don't do enough throug
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 24 06:45:19 EST 2020 | alpha1
Depending on your equipment. If you are running stand alone equipment. Separate Sequencer and Axial Inserter there's not much you can due expect check the process. The axial should still catch at least most of the defects. If you have a combination u
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 31 13:45:49 EST 2020 | slthomas
We had a custom bar code storage and feeder setup. Stores material handlers would bring the parts to the line, scan the part number on the kanban card (always accompanied the parts), and the storage location LED flashed so they knew where the place
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 27 14:08:12 EDT 2007 | diesel_1t
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 11 18:46:06 EDT 2007 | darby
Excellent reply. You have my sympathies. Good luck!
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 11 19:06:59 EDT 2007 | diesel_1t
Seems to be easy and effective, I will ask for further information with them... Regards
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 17:50:29 EST 2009 | jesalinas47
This happens on the counting area which it is into warehouse , we are looking for a poka yoke to avoid delivering reels with a wrong quantities , the question is : have you implemented any poka yoke in your warehouse ? how it works ? I could suggest
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 10 11:14:57 EDT 2007 | Scotceltic
I agree. We use Bartector. It is a very cost-effective solution to do what you need. It can hook up to all Fuji equipment including the new NXT.