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Flux Vision

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 21 08:45:40 EST 2000 | Hussman

I've been asked to "heat up the oven profiles" to "burn off" the excessive flux so our vision equipment can inspect solder joints. 1. I am using Multicore SN 63 no clean solder paste. 2. We use CR Technology Vision Inspection. Before I get too

Samsung Vision

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 20 16:42:53 EDT 2005 | PWH

Does anyone know if it is possible to run 0402/0603/0805/1206's on a Samsung CP30V vision system? I'm attempting to get some life out of this machine but greatly dislike the chucking nozzles. My hope is to run rect. packages accross vision using M1

3D Vision vs 2D vision

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 10 09:47:39 EDT 2001 | vance66

Has anyone seen any reductions in printing defects due to the use of a Volumetric LSM? What are the pros and cons to Cyberoptics LSM 300?

3D Vision vs 2D vision

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 16 22:17:56 EDT 2001 | davef

So if we were disenchanted with the names you mentioned, what lean, mean, and hungry Japanese companies should we consider?

3D Vision vs 2D vision

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 17 17:15:39 EDT 2001 | vance66

On a related note...... I'm wondering if anyone has any experience with 3D inline solder paste inspection systems. I've read about all the features and what they are "supposed" to do. What are the real-world capabilities of these machines?

3D Vision vs 2D vision

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 23 01:35:00 EDT 2001 | mugen

the missing link, (dunno how or why it was missing) http: http://www.ckd.co.jp

3D Vision vs 2D vision

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 11 20:19:13 EDT 2001 | davef

Can�t comment on the Volumetric LSM [although a little voice makes me want to say: someone commented positively on it in an earlier thread. Check the fine SMTnet archives]. The 300 LSM is expensive and has a lousy gauge R&R, but other than that, it

3D Vision vs 2D vision

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 19 09:56:52 EDT 2001 | Damian Holzmann

The obvious difference between 2D and 3D is that an accurate volumetric measurement can only be obtained with a 3D measuring system. Laser line measurement in 2D does not allow accurate volumetric measurement. If you modify the aperture in a stencil

3D Vision vs 2D vision

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 12 13:37:18 EDT 2001 | markc

I can't comment on the quality of any vendors equipment, but your question is really a "process approach" issue. What do you expect to find with that 3rd dimensional measurement? 2D inspection should detect the majority of your printing errors.

3D Vision vs 2D vision

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 23 01:32:20 EDT 2001 | mugen

Woah! wat a reaction from the local Yankee community! chill out manz... I respect your sense of patriot belonging, to a great nation.... Ok, am still evaluating 3D paste measurement machines, for reasons couple'O other guys have previously, defined

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