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ekra x5 smema question

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 01 07:31:48 EST 2005 | jax

I have X5's and we run standard SMEMA.

SMEMA standards

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 18 15:58:47 EDT 2002 | JS

You can find the spec on the IPC website in download format. Just type "Smema standards" in your search box and go Regards

SMEMA standards

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 19 07:55:41 EDT 2002 | Claude_Couture

Dilbert, You are both right! Just above the schematic in the Smema standard it says: "Conformance to the standard may be achieved by the appropriate design of the equipment or by providing special adaptors which enable the equipment to meet the stand

SMEMA standards

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 18 15:43:33 EDT 2002 | dougt

Someone that makes conveyors just called me to argue about a smema problem we had with his conveyor and our machine. He caught me off guard and I wasn't the person that handled the problem so I stumbled through this initial conversation. Now that I

SMEMA standards

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 18 16:56:55 EDT 2002 | stockley

I started writing a long winded explanation about SMEMA and realised that it is just as easy to write about this as it is to talk about it on the phone. It just so happens that I have recently gone through this process so I believe that your vendor

SMEMA standards

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 18 18:40:05 EDT 2002 | dougt

Here is how smema works: Machine A has a board to give to machine B. Machine A has an opto or a relay that will turn on or close when it is ready to pass this board to machine B. This is the "board available from previous" signal, telling machine B

SMEMA standards

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 18 16:12:41 EDT 2002 | kenbliss

Hi Dilbert I do not know if you meant to use the words argue in your posting, but assuming it was not sarcastic I would like to offer my point of view as an equipment supplier to people like you. First the customer is not always right but they are

fiducial mark

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 03 09:03:41 EST 2004 | caldon

Chris- I use the SMEMA Standard as a reference. Goto http://www.smema.org and click the Council Standards link on the Home page. the SMEMA standard you want is 3.1 or http://www.smema.org/smema3.1.pdf Hope this Helps. Enjoy, Cal www.CTDI.com

SMEMA Configuration

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 17 09:05:22 EST 2008 | caldon

One could check the SMEMA interface standard (http://smema.ipc.org/smema1.2.pdf )

Edge Clearance

Electronics Forum | Wed May 03 15:17:38 EDT 2006 | russ

SMEMA standards are 5mm edge clearance

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