Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 20 12:38:05 EDT 2005 | Mark
Hallo, I have a problem with Topaz Xi with FNC nozzles. We have front, back and single camera in Topaz Xi. When i am using front camera and placing SO8, TSSOP14, TSSOP16 etc, using nozzles 73F the accurancy is ok. But when i switch to the back cam
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 26 07:56:38 EDT 2005 | pavel_murtishev
Hi! Try to make "R_AXIS_ACCURACY" calibration for all of FNC heads for back camera only. I met such problem on Topaz-X. There was clearly seen offset on 0.8mm pitch components. I simply calibrated all cameras for FNC nozzles and problem disappeared.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 28 20:54:04 EDT 2005 | Ken
I would run scale calibration first (for the suspect camera). That may be your only problem. However, if your having a rotation issue and all major angles are off (differently) then it is most likely R-axis accuracy. However, I would run AMF and
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 06 18:22:51 EDT 2001 | davef
Oooo, you are waving 0402. Tell us more about your wave and its set-up. Never seen this [knock on wood]. When is this skewing occurring, after placement or during cure? What�s the distribution? What happens when you slow-down yer placement rate?
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 09 20:46:22 EDT 2001 | davef
Is the glue intended for printed SMD attach? 3 Are you following all the manufacturer�s glue shelf life recommendations? 4 Are you observing all the manufacturer�s glue working life guidelines? Finally, what level of skewing are we talking about?
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 06 09:39:18 EDT 2001 | johnw
Hi guys I am having problems with skewed placement of 0402 devices I would like to add the board has raised pads and we are placing on glue. We are now printing the glue rather that dispensing with a GL5. have any of you guys had this pro