Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 22 20:39:04 EST 2019 | nikevoo1
Hello, The problem is with NXT head H04. So there are 4 nozzles that take elements and place them on the PCB.The problem is that it does not randomly place the already taken element on the PCB.The nozzle take element and going to place it, but does't
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 23 12:49:44 EST 2019 | nikevoo1
next step, if the nozzle have to take the same component, the nozzle is going to take it and the both components stick together(one over the other) and the nozzle places them like this stick together. So there is nothing in one place, and on another
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 23 20:01:20 EST 2019 | padawanlinuxero
Hello Sounds to me that the problem might be with vaccum and lot of it, after the component is place theres a small amount of air that pushes the component away from the nozzle in MYDATA we call it a kiss in my facility, have you check that the air
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 23 11:14:11 EST 2019 | assuredtech
Do you have a spare head? or have you tried swapping the head to a different module? Is it always the same component (element)? Inspect the component under a scope / perhaps a packaging / adhesive issue. If the component is staying on the nozzle what
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 30 00:56:00 EST 2019 | kiransahu
Sounds to me that the issue may be with vacuum and part of it, after the segment is put there's a little measure of air that pushes the segment far from the spout in MYDATA we consider it a kiss in my office, have you watch that the air that "puffs"
Electronics Forum | Wed May 26 12:20:38 EDT 2010 | emrtech
we are currently running 0201 components using the c-14 tool on the my9 pick and place and are having a lot of missing components with in the PCB's. is anyone or has anyone had this problem? if so, were you able to finf a fix for it?
Electronics Forum | Thu May 27 11:43:42 EDT 2010 | emrtech
you can use whatever you prefer, but they work just fine for us. have not had any problems with 0402 parts anymore, and get more use out of them than the stock jaws. we dont have to replace them as often, and seem to center just fine, and mager diffe
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 04 12:55:51 EDT 2019 | dwl
Sounds like its just rejecting parts. Either the length and width of the component is wrong or the tolerance is set too tight. I don't remember the function codes to edit the tolerance but I left them at 30% (the max) and never had any problems with