Printed Circuit Board Assembly & PCB Design SMT Electronics Assembly Manufacturing Forum

Printed Circuit Board Assembly & PCB Design Forum

SMT electronics assembly manufacturing forum.


Fuji Recovery #

#25424

Fuji Recovery # | 9 August, 2003

Hello all,

I am just curious as to the recovery # people are using on their Fuji chipshooters. One of my co-workers insist that we should run on E-stop. I tell him that we should run on 2 or 3 times and operators should be expected to watch the dump bin and the back of the machine for parts piling up. It just does not make sense to me that the machine is stopping because a cap that cost half a cent pops out of a feeder once or twice a half hour.

Regards, Tech.

reply »

ServGuy

#25431

Fuji Recovery # | 11 August, 2003

Personally, I'd run 1 time recovery, and depending on chip-shooter model, I'd use 2nd station parts detection on larger parts with error stop. The situation you decribe, a couple caps an hour would'nt stop the machine unless they came from the same feeder in a row, using 1 time.

reply »

ServGuy

#25432

Fuji Recovery # | 11 August, 2003

Personally, I'd run 1 time recovery, and depending on chip-shooter model, I'd use 2nd station parts detection on larger parts with error stop. The situation you decribe, a couple caps an hour would'nt stop the machine unless they came from the same feeder in a row, using 1 time.

reply »

SMT Custom Nozzles

Heller Industries Mark 5获得了 2015年中国SMT远见奖 - 回焊炉领域