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Chuck B.

#10184

S.P.C. For Pick Place (Smt) | 12 August, 1999

Q.C. manager asking me about spc's for Mydata Pick & Place. Other then Visual inspection, is there other ways to automate placement inspction?

Thanks

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Kevin Hussey

#10185

Re: S.P.C. For Pick Place (Smt) | 12 August, 1999

| Q.C. manager asking me about spc's for Mydata Pick & Place. | Other then Visual inspection, is there other ways to automate | placement inspction? | | Thanks | Sure! There are a few automated vision systems available today that could be just what you�re looking for. Most are kind of slow depending on the how many parts you are inspecting, but can be put off line. We have been evaluating several this year and it is impressive what they find. They can be a bit to picky to put "in-line" but may be what you�re looking for.

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Brian Wycoff

#10186

Re: S.P.C. For Pick Place (Smt) | 12 August, 1999

| | Q.C. manager asking me about spc's for Mydata Pick & Place. | | Other then Visual inspection, is there other ways to automate | | placement inspction? | | | | Thanks | | | Sure! There are a few automated vision systems available today that could be just what you�re looking for. Most are kind of slow depending on the how many parts you are inspecting, but can be put off line. We have been evaluating several this year and it is impressive what they find. They can be a bit to picky to put "in-line" but may be what you�re looking for. |

You can also use data that the machine may calculate. I am not familiar with the Mydata, but other types of equipment keep track of the number of placments and the number of mount errors. Tracking this data can help identify root causes, such as clogged nozzles, can help make your maintenance program more efficient (otherwise reducing crisis management downtime, and identify issues before they become placement problems.

Brian

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#10187

Re: S.P.C. For Pick Place (Smt) | 12 August, 1999

| | | Q.C. manager asking me about spc's for Mydata Pick & Place. | | | Other then Visual inspection, is there other ways to automate | | | placement inspction? | | | | | | Thanks | | | | | Sure! There are a few automated vision systems available today that could be just what you�re looking for. Most are kind of slow depending on the how many parts you are inspecting, but can be put off line. We have been evaluating several this year and it is impressive what they find. They can be a bit to picky to put "in-line" but may be what you�re looking for. | | | | You can also use data that the machine may calculate. I am not familiar with the Mydata, but other types of equipment keep track of the number of placments and the number of mount errors. Tracking this data can help identify root causes, such as clogged nozzles, can help make your maintenance program more efficient (otherwise reducing crisis management downtime, and identify issues before they become placement problems. | | Brian | Chuck: Brian makes good sense. Also consider setup and first piece audit results. Ta. Dave F

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