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Picking and placing coils with a universal In-Line 7

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 15:53:30 EST 2019 | emeto

From the datasheet

Picking and placing coils with a universal In-Line 7

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 14:41:08 EST 2019 | jrogalski88

I am a fairly new technician with a rather large electronics assembly company. Its been an ongoing issue to pick and place small coils using our Universal SMT machines. Curious if any if the seasoned techs at smt.net have any recommendations as far a

Picking and placing coils with a universal In-Line 7

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 08 16:43:04 EST 2019 | bane016

Try with "120F" type part number:48503503 or 1220 1240...reduce pick up speed...

Picking and placing coils with a universal In-Line 7

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 24 09:50:59 EST 2019 | my3sons

We can handle this challenge. If you would like to get an RFQ on a custom nozzle, please complete our form: http://www.cotinc.com/nozzle/

Picking and placing coils with a universal In-Line 7

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 09 05:21:07 EST 2019 | jrogalski88

I will try this, thank you! Out of curiosity what about an 0807?? currently using an 1140 but there's still issues with that. I'm almost wondering if maybe parts just aren't sitting flat in the pocket so I'm getting pick and visioning issues.

Picking and placing coils with a universal In-Line 7

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 09 11:46:45 EST 2019 | bane016

Maybe you have to contact your machine support they can modify special nozzle for that component...i dont know what else you can try...or just contact your support and ask them what to do...we had a similar problem with LED diode on our machine..and

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

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 10 16:23:11 EDT 2004 | davem

Hi Grant, In previous positions I've had experience with the Fuji CP43, CP6, CP642, CP643, CP65, IP3 & QP242. In operating, training and process engineering capacities. Presently, I'm working with 2 SMT lines (in a process engineering capacity) wit

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 02 16:33:08 EDT 2004 | davem

Fuji is the best, but there are other alternatives besides Quad. If you really want to look at Fuji, take a peek at their XP142E series. With "Vision processing on the fly" and a "Mini Turret Head" with 12 placement nozzles it should fit your needs n

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