Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 15 03:58:22 EDT 2006 | jgarver1
Bert, Let it fly. The machine was built to run at 100% speed for certain components. I recommend finding a copy of Fuji's "SMT Report" to help you with speed settings for different packages. You can control the head speed on a part by part basi
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 04 01:50:32 EST 2014 | gyverlo
Dear all, Our company is using middle speed pick and place machines for LCD TV power boards and am considering to use high speed pick and place machines. Are there any methods to evaluate the profitability of implementing high speed ones? Thanks,
Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 18 01:38:09 EST 2023 | sophyluo1985
Only the speed is updated, 90000CPH (95000CPH) is only the theoretical speed. The actual speed is 60%-70% of the theoretical speed. Is there any difference between other hardware and software parts?
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 01 06:38:37 EDT 2010 | grahamcooper22
Dear Leeg, Generally the faster your print speed the more down pressure you need on the blade to roll the paste and wipe the stencil surface clean. Pastes with higher viscosity need more pressure at slow and high print speeds. Too much pressure cause
Electronics Forum | Fri May 07 16:58:26 EDT 2004 | davef
Manage the speed of the board and the speed of the wave to be nearly same at the point where the leads leave the wave.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 08 07:15:52 EDT 2004 | peter016
Hi Simon, At 40,000cph for CP6 is Formula 1 speed. :) 60% is our current rate.
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 09 02:44:11 EDT 2004 | fastek
Peter- Tact time is not affected by the age of a machine. Placement accuracy and throughput..yes....but not the speed.
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 31 23:54:16 EDT 2007 | lvzhu
I want to know the max print speed.
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 01 09:24:46 EDT 2007 | pjc
That is solderpaste dependent. Please check your solderpaste datasheet for print speed range.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 04 08:13:54 EDT 2005 | Tom B
Setting Speed for Ram is usually in the BIOS set up, Pressing DEL key, or F1, or ESC should bring you into the screen. It will usualy tell you on boot up. Look in there for the setting. Other times its a jumper setting on the motherboard. 7200 & 1