Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 20 16:03:19 EST 2013 | bocci572
I am wondering if anyone has had issues with their Heller oven rails warping. It appears that our 1800EXL and 1900W oven rails sag after time. They eventually contact the safety mesh and then create hestitation of the chain, thus creating defects.
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 27 11:20:15 EST 2013 | marcpeo
Sorry to hear of the difficulty with the rails on these systems. The 2 machines mentioned are 10 years old or more. The rails typcially last quite a while but replacement after 10 years is possible. Please feel free to e-mail me directly to discus
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 21 08:52:24 EST 2013 | emeto
Currently having Elecrtovert and BTU - no problems with both. Before use to have Vitronics aand Heller - and no problems with the rails. However I had other problems with Heller which makes me think that they are going deeper with the bad quality par
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 08 16:30:53 EST 2013 | pctech
We have 1880 Heller about 12 years old and running like a charm everyday. I doubt that lead or non-lead operations will have anything to do with it. Do you use high temperature lubricant on edge hold chain and rail periodically? This may help to ease
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 19 09:33:09 EDT 2008 | stevenvl
Hi, I'm having issues with boards sticking/jamming along the line, as well as what seems to be excessive wear along the guide rails. The boards are an Alumina Ceramic material and the rails differ by machine, but include anodized aluminum, steel, de
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 14 09:22:04 EST 2009 | jammm
I need to profile a single sided board thats width is less than the profiler. Is there a difference in profiles when one is completed using the rail conveyor versus just laying the board and profiler on the mesh conveyor?
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 27 13:07:07 EST 2013 | processman
Hi, Can somebody confirm the correct operation of the rear clamp rails on an Ersa Ecoselect 2.... Do they only activate when the PCB comes into the machine then release, or stay activated thru out the flusing, heating, soldering etc
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 03 14:05:09 EST 2013 | chadsuckow
You can have it either way. In each program you can select to have the side pressure active for the entire program. The factory setting is to have it release immediately after it pushes the pcb against the fixed rail.
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 18 12:43:34 EST 2009 | gazupfer
jamm, As with the other answers you've received, I agree there will be a difference. The question is will the difference between the temperatures of the product profiled at the mesh belt put you out of spec when you run production on the rail? the ke