Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 27 07:20:38 EST 2019 | dipak123
We have Mirtec MV-6 OMNI machine. If programer changes in part number ,then that part x-out from it's place.Value of X & Y incresed 10X compare to other parts in ATT.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 25 21:41:03 EDT 2002 | davef
1.0 X-OUT POLICY 1.1 Each Panel not to contain in excess of X% X'd-Out boards. 1.2 Each X-Out board to be marked in a manner so that Pick & Place equipment will not attempt to insert those boards X'd-Out such as fiducial reference hole for paneliz
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 17 11:48:25 EST 2012 | davef
Here's a link to an earlier thread on SMTnet that may add something to the conversation http://www.smtnet.com/Forums/Index.cfm?CFApp=1&Message_ID=20871 Allowing fabricators to X-Out boards is a bad idea. * X-Outs are randomly placed * Machines can
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 25 15:00:37 EDT 2002 | Claude_Couture
1: I use the fiducial mark as bad board mark. 2: First get the X sensor installed on the machine, then use method 1. 3: other methods: group boards according to which unit is X out. Then edit NC program to skip corresponding X out.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 18 13:43:52 EDT 2009 | victorp
Is there a standard (such as IPC) or common industry practice in regards with x-out marking on rejected boards of a panel? Do board shops have to X-out both sides of the rejected board, or one side? If the answer is one side, which side should be ma