Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 15 08:33:52 EST 2005 | jdengler
I had a similar problem on another machine. It turned out to be the wrong oil used on the nozzle shaft. This oil was a higher viscosity, which caused the nozzles to stick at start-up. After the machine ran for a few minutes everything returned to
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 07 18:41:13 EST 2005 | jimmyb
--IE, Funny.--- I "remember" kinda, from the early CP6 years, things about the springs. The early Fuji springs had sharp ends, and if you spun the nozzle, prior to final attachment, the opposite way it could stick, and if it was spun the right way,
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 15 09:23:06 EST 2005 | cyber_wolf
Lube on the nozzle shaft ? I didn't see anything saying to lubricate the nozzle shafts !!??
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 02 12:20:19 EST 2005 | mee13
I bet SMT research has good tolerances lol
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 07 10:27:15 EST 2005 | Dougs
not nozzles - springs - DOH!!!
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 25 11:36:30 EST 2006 | dougs
thats an expensive looking jig for a calibration that you do on the machine using a dial gage.
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 03 11:10:20 EST 2005 | Dougs
I'm telling you i've bought the nozzles wound the wrong way and it helped, no more probs with nozzles sticking, i'd tried buying fuji nozzles, checked all my component heights, set Z0 properly, checked shaft heights, set up st1, etc etc but the new s
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 15 06:53:50 EST 2005 | cyber_wolf
It seems that every time we do maintenance on our CP6 windmills, we have a lot of problems with nozzles sticking up inside the holders. It seems to happen for a while, then it goes away after we run for a bit. We follow the Fuji maintenance procedure
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 15 20:59:16 EST 2005 | ashley
Hello Snr Tech, kindly isolate the problem if it's coming from the indentified holder or the nozzles itself, by swapping between holders. there will be oxidisation on aluminium, from which your nozzles are made after a period of time. impurities, sr
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 09 07:44:32 EST 2005 | cyber_wolf
Ya know, The weird part is that we seem to have a real bad rash of nozzle sticking right after windmill PM's. After the machine runs for a week or so it seems to get way better. Like 99 to 100 % better. This leads me to believe that it is not a Z h