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SPI for 32 x 22 Backplane

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 16 12:19:00 EDT 2012 | jorge_quijano

Does anyone have experience with very large PCBs at Solder Paste inpection? our largest board is 32" x 22", it is a 0.250" thick and I was wondering if there is an Inline SPI for such dimensions. Currently I have a benchtop height measurement device

Replacement valves for Emerald x / YV88X

Electronics Forum | Wed May 19 20:24:09 EDT 2021 | kumarb

Thank you Michal. Very much appreciated. We are thinking along the same lines. However, we are being very afraid to even cut the official wire ties that are securing the head 1 and head 2 wiring. We have a new VAC2 solenoid in transit that will arr

Topaz X large component sequencer pick causes outside soft limit error

Electronics Forum | Wed May 06 20:52:26 EDT 2015 | arbpkevin

I have been using my topaz X for about 4 years now and I feel that I am fairly knowledgeable about it, at least the functions of it that I use... I am trying to use the LCS to place some qfp chips on a new product and I have set the whole thing up t

Topaz X large component sequencer pick causes outside soft limit error

Electronics Forum | Wed May 13 10:34:57 EDT 2015 | squeekypigeon

If memory serves me right, if you are test picking a component which will be served to the machine via an LCS the 'pick position' will automatically set itself to feeder slot 1. If you change this to something more central (I used to use location 4

Topaz X large component sequencer pick causes outside soft limit error

Electronics Forum | Wed May 13 12:39:25 EDT 2015 | arbpkevin

Ahh, yes. Just about the same time you replied someone else I asked said the same thing! I didn't realize that you had to put the part on by hand for the vision test. In the book it says to leave the feeder position set to the default setting. Fu

Universal Advantis

Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 05 00:53:43 EST 2005 | mika

Hello again mr vickt, The thing I was thinking about is just that: the UPS S/W. There is a lot of programming codes in the s/w, I know that. There is a lot of specific operation of the base machine controlled by s/w, not to mention all the extra opti

Setup speed, Samsung, Yamaha or Juki ?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 26 13:04:02 EDT 2022 | kumarb

Hi. Sharing a new contact we have from a company in Shenzhen that has a focus on refurb machines that may be worth a quick call: www.qy-smt.com smtripathy[at]qy-smt.com They apparently setup up shops even on a rental basis! Unbelievable that they w

Component Zero Orientations for CAD Libraries

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 04 21:58:03 EST 2008 | mika

Hi everybody out there, A little interesting something for all of us of how to handle the cad-component orientation in regards to cad import into your SMT-machines S/W (Fuji Flexa, FujiCam, UIC, Siemens, Pana, Mydata or Whatever). We have struggle f

Ekra E5 question

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 22 09:10:54 EDT 2020 | kumarb

Hi Steve. Just came across your post. We are in the same boat with our Ekra X4 printer. Any resolution on your side? We have been attempting to track down a fresh ballast but the original (OSRAM HF 2x36 dimmable with 0-10V) is EOL and no where to be

Can F4G connect with more than 8 CP7 or QP3?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 11 15:56:43 EDT 2002 | mjabure

Actually F4G is a programming environment similar to panatools, not a machine, it stands for "Fuji 4th Generation". The connection being questioned is to the communication network, and yes with the proper hardware you should be able to connect more t

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