Electronics Forum: quad feeder height (Page 1 of 43)

quad 4c

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 27 18:10:41 EST 2002 | andrewbrook

Quad4C's have their moments. If the price is right and you are aware of the machines limitations then you will be satisfied. The placement rate is slow, 1.2 seconds/chip. Don't buy any Quad if it has the CyberOptics Laser unit, the Quadalign unit is

quad 4c

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 27 09:51:08 EST 2002 | Claude_Couture

I have worked with 4c's for two years. The feeders are "tinker toys" with a mechanism that slips, so the pick-up has to be adjusted several times as the reel is used, especially with 13" reels. The worm gear was plastic on the steel shaft of the moto

quad 4c

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 29 08:36:07 EST 2002 | Jeff Park

They have there strong points and weak ones. I have worked with them for the last 5 years and have seen some flakey problems (Cables, feeders, encoders) that will cause you some down time but if you get a good price on a system it might be worth it.

quad 4c

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 18 12:07:02 EST 2002 | smckee

It would have to be really CHEAP! I ran one a few years ago, had 3 4C's gained together. Always had problem with the software and it was a high maintenance machine. Never had such problems with Mydata, Phillips or Zevatech. Also, it seemed I alwa

quad qsv-1 gantry - quad align issues

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 23 11:28:47 EST 2008 | tbkonrad

Help! Since last Friday i have been having issues with a Quad qsv-1, it all started with a quad align error, i found there to be a small quantity of grease covering the lenses on both quad align sensors. I wiped the grease off and then everything s

Advice on used pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 09 07:50:22 EDT 2006 | quad

We currently run two Quad IVC's (we are very pleased with them) and two Versatronics for simple small volume batch work. We now need an additional machine capable of placing components at least three times as quickly as a IVC. We don't do anything ve

Re: SMD mounting height

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 28 14:50:43 EDT 1998 | Chrys

| | We have to mount our SMD devices 0.1 to 0.4 mm off the pcb | | PCb substrate to compensate for thermal stressing in a | | Space enviroment. Has any one any ideas or contacts for | | dissolvable pads. this only applies to leadless components | Ro

belt feeder

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 29 15:43:14 EST 2000 | jacob lacourse

Hello, I was looking for a few companies that make belt feeders for pic and place machines. This feeder will have to compatible with a quad machine. Thank you

belt feeder

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 29 15:43:14 EST 2000 | jacob lacourse

Hello, I was looking for a few companies that make belt feeders for pic and place machines. This feeder will have to compatible with a quad machine. Thank you

Re: belt feeder

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 01 08:26:53 EST 2000 | Bob Miklosey

Jacob, Please contact your local Quad salesperson for the appropriate belt feeder for your Quad machine. The Comtra belt feeders are available through Quad but there are different variations. I am aware that a new set of feeders were recently rele

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