Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 30 11:10:53 EST 2015 | ilavu
Tom, Mount one sensor at about 6 inch inside of the beginning of the oven conveyor and use its output as ready to accept the board signal. That 6 inch distance will give you timing and space between two boards entering in the oven. Tushar
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 30 11:24:51 EST 2015 | ttheis
Hi Tushar, That is the conclusion that I was coming to before Gary's suggestion. I think a sensor will probably be the best solution but it is good to have options and back-up plans. Thanks everyone
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Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 14 09:21:38 EDT 2014 | rgduval
Thanks, Tushar, we might give that a try. The only reason I'd lean away from it is because I've been able to determine that I can't get the nozzles to move down on head 2 in the manual screen (or move the theta). I may be chasing two problems, but,