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Re: IPC and Nepcon

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 18 14:42:22 EST 1998 | Dave F

I heard somewhere that SMEMA has joined IPC, and that the association has decided to boycott Nepcon from year 2000. Can anyone tell me if this is true Nick: SMEMA and IPC are talking about merging (EP&P, 11/98, p 18). Below is a news release

Universal GSM Progarmming and Operation

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 05 10:43:29 EST 2007 | MGC

Universal Instruments provides certified on-site training. You may contact your local UIC Sales or Service team or one of these numbers: http://www3.uic.com/wcms/WCMS2.nsf/index/Contact_Us_94.html

Component Database and Placement List

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 23 02:37:02 EDT 2017 | directx995

Hello, I'm looking for a friendly suggestions or best practices for creating Component Database. For example how do you discern different types of SOIC8, with different body size and pitch between leads? How do you categorize and name components? An

Pick and Place Machine Validation

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 16 22:45:29 EST 2005 | MG Cyr

Thanks for the positive feedback. In addition our standard manufacturing validation, all of our Platform SM products (GSM, Advantis, Genesis etc.)include "on-board" CPK validation and "self calibration". In addition we do have a global relationship w

Pick and Place vs CAD File

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 22 04:02:18 EDT 2017 | directx995

So, for Pick and Place machies, will I see any improvements on placement or anything else using CAD instead of plain Pick and Place? Don't know does it metter but I'm using Universal Instruments machines.

Pick and Place vs CAD File

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 25 08:24:25 EDT 2017 | directx995

At the moment we do it like this: We get .csv or .txt pick and place file and .csv or excel bom file. Then I verify every single placement manualy with BOM and delete placements that are not listed on BOM. (Yes, you are right, I do it for 30 placeme

SOD323 and SC90 bounceing parts in final PNP stages.

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 04 01:56:37 EST 2012 | eadthem

What we have had recently is a lot of larger thin (32 thou) thickness boards that have had issues with SC90 diodes bouncing off the pads in the final PNP machine. Our setup, universal instruments GC120 or quad beam 30 spindle lightning heads. This m

Need opinions on equipment for picking and placing truly odd types of components

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 15 10:55:22 EDT 2013 | capse

You should take a look at Universal Instrument. http://www.uic.com You can search odd form component placement for a list of relevant web pages. UIC has several solutions for your application. FYI, I represent UIC in the southeastern USA. So, I'm bi

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