Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 28 18:31:43 EDT 2003 | mantis
Hi There, First has the machine in question had the camera upgraded to accomdate 0603/0402. It sounds like there is a bad pickup on this part.Are all nozzles ok is feeder indexing correctly has part pick up position(Station 1) been calibrated. Hope t
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 28 19:41:30 EDT 2003 | ryan1v
Hi mantis, If you don't mind. Can you give me your e-mail address(the mail service on smtnet can't attach file)? I can mail you the picture that I took from the monitor by digital camera. Maybe you can through the picture to understand what I mean "i
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 28 19:03:53 EDT 2003 | Ryan Liao
Hi mantis, Thank you for your helps. I had checked the CP7 error code index application. It also gives me the same answer. It tell me " the part pickup status is bad" and I have to "Make sure that the nozzle is not bent and that the part is being pro
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 22 05:03:45 EDT 2013 | bobpan
That documentation was written 20 years ago and was meant to be a reference for the software. To use autoprogram...engineers would take a 3-5 day class. It simply was not supposed to be learned from a manual.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 13 10:38:33 EST 2003 | vortex
While trying to develop new programs for our DEK Horizon 265 we are forced to use pads as vision alignments due to lack of real fiducals, thanks engineering. My question is, Is there any way to narrow the search window when performing a locate fiduca
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 22 10:46:46 EST 2005 | A Total Green Planet Solution
Try using a contrast filter. This seems to help. Also on the camera it self there is a white level control. Adjusting this may help. The bad thing is it may affect all your other profiles. Some times an easy fix is to have a screen print mark close t
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 17 22:59:27 EDT 2001 | mantis
We have the same kind of escalation scale but with shorter times,if the operator cant fix it the technician is called,and this is where we differ slightly the technician will usually know if the problem is going to take some time fixing or wether a v
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 22 12:52:58 EDT 2007 | JD
Hi all, just wondering what everyone is using for production microscopes. Our operators are not in love with the standard eyepiece microscopes. We have an old Vision Engineer stereo dynascope that everyone loves but cant find anymore. The new Mantis
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 22 13:57:47 EDT 2007 | chris
I would recommend checking out the stereo microscopes from Vision Engineering (www.visioneng.com). We have used the older and newer style Mantis scopes and our assemblers love them as you can do rework in a very natural and comfortable seating posit
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 23 11:25:15 EDT 2008 | muarty
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