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Fuji IP3 Nozzles

John McMasters

#14282

Fuji IP3 Nozzles | 14 September, 1998

Has anyone used Fuji's rubber tip nozzles for the IP3? Are they O-ring type or suction cup? I'm having trouble picking up Ompacs due to the top of the part not consistently being flat. Any actual experience with these $1100 nozzles would be appreciated.

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Ben Salisbury

#14291

Re: Fuji IP3 Nozzles | 14 September, 1998

| Has anyone used Fuji's rubber tip nozzles for the IP3? Are they O-ring type or suction cup? I'm having trouble picking up Ompacs due to the top of the part not consistently being flat. Any actual experience with these $1100 nozzles would be appreciated. John- Where are you going that is charging $1100 for IP3 nozzles... SMT Research <----the company I use for nozzles, Carries up to the 20mm Conformable nozzle for just over $200.00 Here's their number 847-587-7200 M-F 8-5 CT Hope this helps.... And I havn't had to use them yet but there is a high success rate for the conformable nozzles. -Ben

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Ben Salisbury

#14288

I almost forgot | 14 September, 1998

Another inexpensive, but good nozzle resource is WP Sales (817) 459-0181 I believe they can also do Custom nozzle jobs. -Ben Wayne....Should Hover Davis be mentioned here too?

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Alan Archer

#14287

Another Source | 14 September, 1998

Try contacting Count on Tools in Gainesville GA. They are also an after-market manufacturer of nozzles including Fuji. The gentleman to speak to is Mr. Curt Couch. 800-538-0426. Good Luck. Regards, Alan Archer | Has anyone used Fuji's rubber tip nozzles for the IP3? Are they O-ring type or suction cup? I'm having trouble picking up Ompacs due to the top of the part not consistently being flat. Any actual experience with these $1100 nozzles would be appreciated.

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Wayne Bracy

#14289

Re: I almost forgot | 15 September, 1998

| Another inexpensive, but good nozzle resource is WP Sales | (817) 459-0181 | I believe they can also do Custom nozzle jobs. | -Ben | Wayne....Should Hover Davis be mentioned here too? Ben: Would you get your ACT together. Just joking. Sure we should mention Hover Davis. I have added their URL to this posting. WP Sales is a good contact for nozzles, tips and what have you. Wayne

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Wayne Bracy

#14286

Re: Fuji IP3 Nozzles | 15 September, 1998

| Has anyone used Fuji's rubber tip nozzles for the IP3? Are they O-ring type or suction cup? I'm having trouble picking up Ompacs due to the top of the part not consistently being flat. Any actual experience with these $1100 nozzles would be appreciated. Give WPSales a look, I am sure they can help you and won't be $1100! Wayne http://www.wpsales.com

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John McMasters

#14292

Re: Fuji IP3 Nozzles | 15 September, 1998

| | Has anyone used Fuji's rubber tip nozzles for the IP3? Are they O-ring type or suction cup? I'm having trouble picking up Ompacs due to the top of the part not consistently being flat. Any actual experience with these $1100 nozzles would be appreciated. | John- | Where are you going that is charging $1100 for IP3 nozzles... | SMT Research <----the company I use for nozzles, | Carries up to the 20mm Conformable nozzle for just over $200.00 | Here's their number | 847-587-7200 | M-F 8-5 CT | Hope this helps.... | And I havn't had to use them yet but there is a high success rate for the conformable nozzles. | -Ben Ben, The $1100 figure comes from Fuji. As far as O-ring type nozzles I don't think they are compliant enough for this application. I'm looking for something like the Fuji QP suction cup nozzle, and I'm wondering if the IP version is similar. I guess I'll order one and see what I get.

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Wayne Bracy

#14293

Re: Fuji IP3 Nozzles | 15 September, 1998

| | | Has anyone used Fuji's rubber tip nozzles for the IP3? Are they O-ring type or suction cup? I'm having trouble picking up Ompacs due to the top of the part not consistently being flat. Any actual experience with these $1100 nozzles would be appreciated. | | John- | | Where are you going that is charging $1100 for IP3 nozzles... | | SMT Research <----the company I use for nozzles, | | Carries up to the 20mm Conformable nozzle for just over $200.00 | | Here's their number | | 847-587-7200 | | M-F 8-5 CT | | Hope this helps.... | | And I havn't had to use them yet but there is a high success rate for the conformable nozzles. | | -Ben | Ben, | The $1100 figure comes from Fuji. As far as O-ring type nozzles I don't think they are compliant enough for this application. I'm looking for something like the Fuji QP suction cup nozzle, and I'm wondering if the IP version is similar. I guess I'll order one and see what I get. John: Think that you will be able to get a duplicate of the Fuji nozzles and tips from WP Sales. Worth calling them. Wayne

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Ben Salisbury

#14283

Re: Fuji IP3 Nozzles | 16 September, 1998

| Has anyone used Fuji's rubber tip nozzles for the IP3? Are they O-ring type or suction cup? I'm having trouble picking up Ompacs due to the top of the part not consistently being flat. Any actual experience with these $1100 nozzles would be appreciated. John- If you do decide to move to a complete "Suction cup" type of nozzle....How are you going to ensure placing accuracy? To give you an example of where I'm coming from...find a suction cup, and inspect it. To me, it looks as though there are too many chances for one side of the cup to land first, causing skew of the parts. -Ben

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John McMasters

#14284

Re: Fuji IP3 Nozzles | 16 September, 1998

| | Has anyone used Fuji's rubber tip nozzles for the IP3? Are they O-ring type or suction cup? I'm having trouble picking up Ompacs due to the top of the part not consistently being flat. Any actual experience with these $1100 nozzles would be appreciated. | John- | If you do decide to move to a complete "Suction cup" type of nozzle....How are you going to ensure placing accuracy? | To give you an example of where I'm coming from...find a suction cup, and inspect it. To me, it looks as though there are too many chances for one side of the cup to land first, causing skew of the parts. | -Ben Ben, Have you seen a QP style nozzle? It has a suction cup interior for a good seal , but outside of the suction cup is a regular steel nozzle tip. We've been using them for months with no problems placing 20mil pitch. I would highly reccomend them for anyone using a QP.

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Ben Salisbury

#14285

Re: Fuji IP3 Nozzles | 16 September, 1998

| | | Has anyone used Fuji's rubber tip nozzles for the IP3? Are they O-ring type or suction cup? I'm having trouble picking up Ompacs due to the top of the part not consistently being flat. Any actual experience with these $1100 nozzles would be appreciated. | | John- | | If you do decide to move to a complete "Suction cup" type of nozzle....How are you going to ensure placing accuracy? | | To give you an example of where I'm coming from...find a suction cup, and inspect it. To me, it looks as though there are too many chances for one side of the cup to land first, causing skew of the parts. | | -Ben | Ben, | Have you seen a QP style nozzle? It has a suction cup interior for a good seal , but outside of the suction cup is a regular steel nozzle tip. We've been using them for months with no problems placing 20mil pitch. I would highly reccomend them for anyone using a QP. Thanks for the clarification....I just misunderstood what you meant when you said suction cup....I was thinking just that, a piece of molded, highly flexible rubber. I must have been temporarily blinded and not seen the "QP" -Ben

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Tom

#14290

Re: I almost forgot | 23 September, 1998

If you want to get the absolutely best FUJI nozzles in the world, then SMT RESEARCH (847) 587-7200 is the place to go. They are the nozzle of choice for us and evryone we talk to.

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