Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 18 02:34:55 EST 2005 | siverts
Thank You for the info, Dave. This forum must be the best on the planet, maybe in the whole Universe... Regards, siverts.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 17 15:07:33 EST 2005 | davef
Some of our troop use manual tweezers. Some use 'vacuum pens' things. Vacuum pens are manually operated, vacuum powered. Suppliers of the vacuum pens things are: * Lighter weight, lower strength ** PenVac [www.virtual-ii.com] ** Vampire ** Select
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 17 03:35:07 EST 2005 | siverts
Good day everybody, I am looking for a number of portable vac-operated pick-up tools; to be used by operators, so they can pick QFP's/BGA's etc. out of matrix trays and also to put components back in the trays. It should be slim, ESD-safe and powere
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 03:44:46 EST 2006 | lov3ly_9irl
Hi, Can anybody know a company that sell vacuum filter for Juki and Yamaha machines? Tks. Lauren
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 10 03:30:44 EST 2006 | lov3ly_9irl
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 07:51:27 EST 2006 | sagan
Any SMC resseler may have the Venturi filter for the Juki... as for the Yamaha, i don't honestly know.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 16:52:07 EST 2006 | darby
Which model Yamhah are you talking about and what is the make and model # of the manifold block for the micro ejectors? If it has the Koganei ME05M series then your local rep can supply the filters. It is a good idea to get spare O-rings for the filt
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 17 14:32:54 EDT 2023 | smtauto
SMTnet community! I've been scratching my head on how to resolve the software bug on my MC388 4-head placing machine to no avail. Bug was traced to SMT software reading incorrect analog inputs on the MFX motion controller as follows: When mea
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 23 01:00:59 EDT 2023 | smtauto
Problem solved. Evidently the syst.dbf file that controls all machine settings did not have analog inputs associated with vacuum sensors configured. The correct settings are in the attached photo. Hope this is helpful to others.
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 19 11:13:18 EDT 2002 | ksfacinelli
I would like to understand what different options people are using to place low volume / odd form parts. I am very familiar with the tweezers / vacuum pen method however this can be less than desirable. I am looking into a manual pick and place to