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MPM Accuflex problems and errors

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 26 06:58:06 EDT 2010 | ristikas

Hello, We have here very oftenly one error in our MPM Accuflex. I dont know who to ask about that errors... The error is „The transfer light peam interlock has been broken. Remove the obstacle from the path of the beam.“ I checked the sensors and

pick and place vaccum

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 10 14:26:16 EST 2008 | slthomas

It'll just transfer the load to your compressor, and who knows how efficient your venturi pump (which can also be noisy) will be (IOW, how much load it puts on your compressor is anyone's guess)? I'd just replace or rebuild the vacuum pump, person

MPM Accuflex problems and errors

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 31 04:43:52 EDT 2010 | accuspares

If you dissconnect the crash beam sensor one at a time at the front leaving the remaining one connected you’ll be able to identify what side is causing the problem. Then you will be able to hopefully remove the object or adjust the position of the be

High-end SPI and AOI?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 20 08:49:46 EST 2010 | edmaya33

I heard some of the manpower of KY transfer to VI technologies to introduce a new technology, same manner as of KY had. This french owned company post an impressive Inspection machine ( Both AOI and SPI ). Going back to ORBOTECH P36+, is there any

UPS and ROHS Compliance

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 15 14:42:35 EDT 2006 | Tim Austin

You wrote "The directive does not state anything about generating electricity"; actually it does do exactly that: Equipment, "which is dependent on electric current or electromagnetic fields in order to work properly, and equipment for the GENERATIO

GSM2 and FlexJet heads

Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 11 21:19:51 EDT 2009 | fulldrawmike

we have both flexjet and flexhead, we also have the new inline 7 head on some genesis dual beams we just put into operation. If you have a choice in flexjet heads take the inline 7. The flexjet 09 head is very labor intensive, stay away from them, e

Pad and Stencil Design

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 17 16:03:13 EDT 2001 | jschake

The results from an experiment comparing 27 different combinations of pad dimensions concluded that the pad design with 15 mil pad length, 12 mil pad width, and 9 mil pad separation produced the best assembly yields. A 5 mil thick laser cut stencil

Pad and Stencil Design

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 18 15:35:23 EDT 2001 | jschake

A laser cut stainless steel stencil was used exclusively for the evaluation of the complete 0201 assembly process, which addressed printing, placement, and reflow. However, I have also conducted off-line 0201 print tests using a nickel electroformed

Tp9 and Tp9 ufp

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 26 11:02:41 EDT 2011 | dyoungquist

TP9 machines are good, but old machines. We ran a TP9 for many years. As the machine got older it required more and more maintenance and had more frequent small issues similar to what you are seeing. We only saw 1 of your 4 issues specifically whi

Circuit cam and mydata

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 26 13:31:37 EDT 2020 | rgduval

As everyone else said, if you don't have CAD, it's a pain to digitize the gerbers. So much so that we only did it once when I went to CircuitCam training. After you digitize the gerbers, you have to merge the BOM with it. And you have to tell it p

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