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Pick Up Error

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 06 07:16:14 EDT 2004 | cyber_wolf

If your part height(thickness) is set too tall in the software, the machine will drop the component before it touches the paste. If your part height(thickness) is set too short in the software you will smash the part into the paste. This can cause da

Solder balls

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 18 16:29:30 EDT 2008 | grics

Thats it. 6 mils works great with a 10% reduction. We had also had some issues with our p&p placing the parts to hard and smashing out paste causing a bead to form in the middle of our 0805 packages.

Component soldering strength ?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 31 20:06:55 EDT 2001 | davef

you look like a pizza with bicycle parts, instead of anchovies. SITUATION #2: You are riding your bicycle with �souper woad gwabber� tires and a 50 ton dump truck loaded with animal waste smashes in to you and knocks you and your bike over a cliff

Mydata tools

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 13 08:32:48 EST 2006 | billyd

Guys - do any of you know anyplace I can buy Mydata tools cheaper than from Mydata? My operators seem to have an addiction to smashing them, which is getting expensive. They're being "trained" to avoid this, but in the interim, I'd like to try and sa

Researching placement machines - where do I start?!

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 05 10:02:54 EST 2009 | swag

You can buy a couple of conveyors for loading and unloading machine or a real half aced way is to jump SMEMA cable pins with tweezers to get boards in and out. With that method, you could end up with one on the floor at some point with a smashed, de

Jimbos' R.O.E.

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 20 20:20:29 EST 2002 | davef

I saw Bradbury's last two races. Luck comes around. What do they say? "Luck is the residue of hard work." Two things: 1 I know what a smashed crab looks like and I cannot find anything like that on the link you gave. 2 All of that for a longneck

Component Loss in CP643

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 02 14:15:44 EDT 2005 | Mika

Check the dimensions of the components in question with a caliper and put the correct numbers in Your part data. Check that the correct nozzle is being used. Also make sure that you have the right pcb height in Your program. This is somewhat criti

Circuit Card Assembly Molding

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 01 17:45:31 EDT 2011 | smt_guy

thanks for all your replies. we tried running our beta runs and have lots of issues. first our molding process which was set to 450'F temp at 1200 PSI smashed the circuit card components and penetrated the epoxy compound we used to encapsulate the C

PCB damage in Water Cleaner

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 28 09:24:17 EDT 2017 | jpepke468

A lot of our PCB's are being damaged by our water cleaner, it is a Steolting Triton, and I beleive it is due to the drying section in the machine. The air its blowing on the boards is flipping the boards around on the conveyor and smashing small deli

My Data MY15 Z AXIS Zero Point Unstable

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 29 11:46:56 EDT 2021 | stephendo

It's been a while but what about the nozzle? Is it still springy? And did you check the part data? At one place our machine would be metric or imperial depending on a visitor from HQ. If you are smashing parts on the board that isn't good and if you

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