Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 14 05:49:32 EDT 2013 | rollon65
Hi all. I used a 5/16" white paper sticker to mark a reject PCB in a panel of 10. One of my my Quad 4Cs sees it O.K. and marks the PCBs reject. The other machine either shows them all reject or shows the marked one as good and the other 9 as rejec
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 19 07:24:10 EDT 2013 | bobpan
Hello Rollon, There needs to be a contrast between the sticker and board. The manual gives and example of a round red sticker. If you still cant still make this work.....Do the following. Run the machine and after it finds fiducials press stop on the
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 21 03:11:29 EDT 2013 | rollon65
Hi Bobpan. Thanks for the reply. I had already tried red stickers as suggested in the manual, then blue then silver but none of those worked so white was my last resort. I'm running 3 machines in tandem and they all start at the same time so stopp
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 19 06:59:43 EDT 2013 | rollon65
Hi Bobpan Thanks for the reply. I taught the reject mark but there appears to be no way to adjust the lighting for this purpose like there is in the fiducial teach screen. I have never accepted PCBs with X-outs before but agreed with my supplier t
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 08 16:23:25 EST 1999 | Brian Conner
Hi. Does anyone know where one can purchase temperature stickers (the ones that change color) for PCB profiling? Check out Electrovert, their sticker has a range of 6 temperatures per sticker. They are of excellent quality and reliability.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 11 20:59:20 EST 1999 | Reginald
I've heard about these reflow temperature labels/stickers but haven't seem to find them. Is there such a thing? And how reliable are they? I don't want to keep attaching thermocouple probes onto a board whenever there's a issue.