Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 19 13:35:51 EDT 2008 | stefi
Hello, I need an advice regarding the next issue: in the case of Assembleon Topaz or Emerald SMT machines, is there necessary to teach first the block repeat coordinates and after that the PCB fiducial coordinates when you do not have these coordina
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 16 06:13:58 EDT 2010 | dilogic
Can you tell me how to distinguish between them? I recently bought a second GSM2. With it I've got two FlexJet heads (dismounted). The serial number of both heads starts with FJ7P, so I assume they are of FJ7 type? The issue is - it seems that the he
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 21 19:18:47 EDT 2008 | duchoang
My steps are different in that case: 1- Check mounts. Try to adjust origin point until get the pretty good mount positions. 2- Teach fiducials ( Board fids, not panel fids) 3- Use fids, check mount again. 4- If OK, then teach Block Repeat. This alwas
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 22 15:27:13 EDT 2008 | wayne123
this is the order that I use. 1. Teach pcb origin 2. Teach fiducial location 3. dial in vision on fid in mark info. 4. go into mount and verify that the primary image is on in x/y (after perfoming a teach trace condition) and then do any offsetts if
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 22 15:26:18 EDT 2008 | rway
I rarely use blk fiducials. But when I do, they are always programmed after the fids. It's the fids that sets your general alignment of the panel. I only use blk fidus for thin pcbs (30 mil) that tend to warp when on the conveyor.
Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 19 12:22:55 EDT 2008 | operator
Are there any softwares OR functions inside of the softwares that allow a designer that is creating a very large complicated wiring diagram with say....many terminal blocks and connectors etc... to run a point to point check on his drawing? Bascially
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 06 04:10:25 EDT 2001 | kensmoke
We recently had a multi block panal change at the vendor Now the production lines are producing solderability defects in great number. The makeup of the pcb is a type of fiber glass mask green in color and pads with no tinning just copper lands.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 07 02:04:45 EST 2020 | robl
Hi Mikey, Your signal pins (2 & 3) for USB1, 2, & 3 are all connected together so there is no way of splitting the incoming signals from the 3 ports. Normally there would be an IC (a USB hub controller) switching between the signals so that the PC