[sdiy] Special tools for SMT
modular at go2.pl
Wed Feb 9 16:00:53 CET 2022
Here's how my feeders work:
those are regular feeders from vintage P&P machine (guess it was
Philips?) bought 2nd hand, or maybe 3rd or even 4th. Mounted on DIY
table. Car door lock actuator is used to push the feed button on the
feeder, and it's mounted on rails, so it can be moved to any feeder, and
is activated with foot pedal.
To pick up the part I use $20 P&P vacum pump from Aliexpress.
I don't use it anymore, and when need for manual placement, I just lay
the stripe flat, take the cover tape only one component at a time and
use the same P&P pump as in this video. No problem putting hundreds of
parts this way.
If you want, I can sell you those feeders, got about 30 or more.
Or entire machine if you want to pick it up in person. Then we'll have a
couple of beers too.
W dniu 2022-02-09 o 15:16, mark verbos via Synth-diy pisze:
> Hi there,
> I’m working with SMT all the time now. Occasionally (right now) I have
> to replace 50 of the same 0603 resistor on a PCB. I have hot tweezers,
> which is very fast for taking them off/putting them on, but getting the
> new resistor out of a reel or bin in my parts box is clumsy and slow. Is
> there a feeder system that anyone knows of that is intended for hand
> rework, so that each resistor appears on the tape ready to be picked up?
> All this dropping and flipping them is making me crazy.
> While we’re talking about it, is there any other special tools that you
> can’t live without? I’ll start…. my new favorite is my “electrician’s
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