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SMT parts loss

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 21 12:02:05 EDT 2010 | kjs123p

My company is trying to develop a system to take into account the SMT parts scrapped by the machine and also the parts lost during loading and unloading feeders. This is causing part shortages for us. I would appreciate if anyone could share how th

Smt parts in strips

Electronics Forum | Wed May 09 09:54:01 EDT 2012 | swag

We build all our stuff in "kits" as you describe. We don't have much trouble running short on parts at the end although most of our equip. is new which helps a lot. We also have feeders that can run in reverse on set-up stations and we reload parts

SMT parts loss

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 21 12:44:07 EDT 2010 | swag

We issue extra parts like this: 8/2 caps and resis. - 40 over 8/4 caps and resis. - 20 over 8/4 IC's - 7 over 12mm - 7 over larger feeders + stick + matrix = the correct # req'd. These #'s were based on our first SMT lines (used equip.) and we made

SIPLACE S15 FS02 - Spare parts after scrapp

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 10 08:02:01 EDT 2022 | furman

Dear Friends, we scrapped our Siemens Siplace 80 S15 FS02 and removed all mechnical parts, heads, Servomotor and steering PCBs. Additionally, we have brand new 2x8mm fast feeders NEW (unpacked but never used). If anything is needed please contact

Beware of counterfeit Fuji feeders and parts out of China

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 13 12:29:12 EST 2004 | fastek

Interesting Rob. The fake ones that I was told about would fail within minutes as the index wheels would be reduced to metal shavings right away.

smt scrap reduction

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 15 16:54:33 EDT 2005 | linny999

Siemens is an excellent platform. To reduce your scrap:- Carry out the specified maintenance, especially the segments and valve plungers; Calibrate revolver heads to benchmark. Remove the tables, smooth the magnetic strips, clean the mounting faces,

Agilis Feeders Exposed Parts Upon Removal from Feeder?

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 27 13:42:12 EDT 2011 | sjs2303

I know what you mean but have never found a tool that would do this sufficiently. For higher value parts you should keep them in a bag for the next time you run a job that uses that part and hand fit them. The nature of the feeders means that you w

Agilis Feeders Exposed Parts Upon Removal from Feeder?

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 04 22:12:57 EDT 2011 | machinehead

I know what you mean but have never found a tool > that would do this sufficiently. For higher > value parts you should keep them in a bag for the > next time you run a job that uses that part and > hand fit them. > > The nature of the feeders

Fine Pitch Rework

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 17:47:15 EST 2002 | mantis

Well assuming that the parts are genuinely damaged when rejected and you want to rework them to reduce scrap,you could use a shadow graph and get the mechanical spec on clear film.Then rework accordingly you should be able to rework most leads.

Agilis Feeders Exposed Parts Upon Removal from Feeder?

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 04 22:03:35 EDT 2011 | machinehead

Yeah that is a drawback to those feeders. The > plastic part that is mentioned in one of the > responses is okay but you have to be real careful > when pulling the tape out before you can put that > part on. Mydata always says to leave the reel

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