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PD for CP4-2

Larry Johnson

#8449

PD for CP4-2 | 23 November, 1999

I am currently having trouble writting a PD for the part that is layed out in the link below. I am placing this part with a CP4-2 with SMD3 vision. I think my main problem is with the Vision #, but if you would please take a look at the link below, and let me know what you think.... (copy the text below, and paste it into the address bar of your web browser) Thanks

http://www.coilcraft.com/misc/dt1608d.html

Thanks.. Larry Johnson

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#8450

Re: PD for CP4-2 | 24 November, 1999

Hi Larry;

Have you tried just to place it as a square. Or if all fails try vision 254 255. Just be carefull with this as it will place nothing if the reel runs out. Give me a call.

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JAX

#8451

Re: PD for CP4-2 | 24 November, 1999

Larry, Carl's right about vision 254 and 255 but I believe CP4's can be set up to check for a part on the nozzle,(parts check sensor)like any other CP. This could be activated to make sure parts are being placed. Then again CP4's might not have it and I would be a liar! Hopefully I'm not,

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EmJay

#8452

Re: PD for CP4-2 | 30 November, 1999

Larry,

TRy using #254 and front light the part. When you define the leads leave plenty of tolerance and use a P-Pattern of 34.

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