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Panasonic offline recognition machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 12 15:14:37 EST 2018 | dhollland

Does anyone have any experience with the Panasonic offline recognition machine? If so, thoughts? Would you recommend? Pros and cons? We would be using this with NPM W2 machines...and possibly CM402 machines if possible to use with both.

Fiducial recognition using laser

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 01 22:03:27 EST 2004 | Ken

Are you sure it was measuring a fid? Is it possible it was measuring a block-skip mark?

Fiducial recognition using laser

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 02 16:31:18 EST 2004 | black5629

Why not use tooling pins (locating pins)? Sounds like the same accuracy...

Fiducial recognition using laser

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 03 16:39:15 EST 2004 | stefwitt

We had a similar system on the Siemens machines, quite some time ago. However, it was not a laser light but a LED and a fiber cable. Actually the center fiber or receiver was surrounded by a bundle of small fibers for the LED light source. You may al

Fiducial recognition using laser

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 01 14:11:38 EST 2004 | cedams

Many years ago I remember the Philips CSM series SMT machines used a small tubular laser system for identifying fiducials on the PCB. Can anyone suggest suppliers for these devices. Thanks.

Panasonic offline recognition machine

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 27 16:53:01 EST 2018 | dnachristen

We have one. Great machine but seems to be broken after the current DGS update. We are working on getting the link set back up. Makes it easy to vision in odd components.

Fiducial recognition using laser

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 02 16:45:29 EST 2004 | cedams

Ken, You'd think so but the tooling pins only register to the drilling process for the PCB. The fiducial registers to the copper pattern and for both glueing and placing SMT components the pads are more important than the holes. That's why the machi

Troubles with parts recognition

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 16 21:56:33 EST 2000 | JAN

Hello, I�m having some dificulty to have parts recognized on HSP 4791. I�ve already been this part recognized on HSP 4796, so I put the same component data on HSP 4791. But I didn�t get good results. Does anyone have an idea about what could be caus

Troubles with parts recognition

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 16 21:56:33 EST 2000 | JAN

Hello, I�m having some dificulty to have parts recognized on HSP 4791. I�ve already been this part recognized on HSP 4796, so I put the same component data on HSP 4791. But I didn�t get good results. Does anyone have an idea about what could be caus

Types of vision recognition

Electronics Forum | Thu May 10 12:46:05 EDT 2001 | pteerink

Each sales rep you talk to has " the best machine that is going to revolutionize the industry".... There seem to be variuous different methods/calcualations used by AOI machines today ( greyscale, algorithyms etc ) Are there any methods that are stan

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