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AOI SI-V200 PCB/PWB | 19 June, 2010

Hi, is someone who has experience in programming SI-V200 AOI machine? I'm curious how long takes to make a new program for a board with 50 types of components (30 ssop, sop, qfn, BGA and the rest up to 50 components 0603, 0805, 1206), without having made initial library. Thank you .

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AOI SI-V200 PCB/PWB | 18 July, 2010

Nobody knows? I ask that because for me it takes a long time, over 10 hours. Then, please tell me what aoi machine do you have and how many hours do you need to finish such programs. Thanks you !

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AOI SI-V200 PCB/PWB | 20 July, 2010


If you are starting a library from scratch, it will probably take a while to program on any machine. Building a library is the most time consuming part. We use ViTechnology machines. They have a generic library that you could use to generate a program like the one you describe above in probably 2 or 3 hours. If you want to do things like verify text or set up reliable lifted lead detection, then it would probably be double that.

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AOI SI-V200 PCB/PWB | 14 August, 2010

On our machine it takes about 2 or 3 hours to make a program from scratch with an initial library(say 180 components per circuit, 10 identical circuits). If we had to do all the components from scratch I'd imagine it would take at least 10 hours possibly much more.

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