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Universal Auto Insertion Machine Spare Parts–Made by Southern Machinery

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Universal Auto Insertion Machine Spare Parts Price List
Item PART NO. DESCRIPTION U/P(USD) Remark
1 10065002 PRESSURE ROLLER 22.5
2 10075016 BEARING PLANE (BRONGE BUSHING) 3.5
3 10131009 BEARING, FLANGED 5
4 10131018 BEARING, FLANGED 6
5 10131046 BEARING FLANGED 7.5
6 10147145 WHEEL,INDEX 17.5
7 10219003 BUSHING DRIVER 5
8 10219019 BUSHING, 16DU08 6
9 10249013 SPRING COMPRESSION 0.5
10 10249029 SPRING, COMPRESSION 0.5
11 10249034 SPRING, COMPRESSION 0.5
12 10249048 SPRING, COMPRESSION 0.5
13 10249058 SPRING, COMPRESSION 0.5
14 10249071 SPRING COMPRESSION 0.5
15 10249095 SPRING COMP. 0.5
16 10249104 SPRING COMPRESSION 0.5
17 10249129 SPRING COMPRESSION 0.5
18 10249214 SPRING COMPRESSION (cutter station) 0.5
19 10249225 CARRIER CLIP SPRING 0.3
20 10249227 SPRING COMPRESSION (cutter station) 0.5
21 10249253 SPRING COMP. 0.5
22 10249257 SPRING COMPRESSION (SEQ) 0.5
23 10249298 SPRING COMPRESSION 0.5
24 10249356 SPRING COMPRESSION 0.5
25 10249378 SPRING 0.5
26 10249404 10249404 SPRING,COMPRESSION 1
27 10249432 SPRING, COMPRESSION 0.5
28 10457002 COLLAR 10
29 10457006 COLLAR CLAMP 6
30 10457009 CLAMP STEEL COLLAR 15
31 10463011 SCREW, SHOULDER 5
32 10463030 SCREW, SHOULDER 6
33 10463013 SCREW SHOULDER (S02-0775-M00) 4
34 10687001 CUTTER BUSHING 6.5
35 10887000 ACTUATOR 0.75
36 10894036 Spring 0.5
37 10894107 SPRING EXTN. 0.5
38 10894126 SPRING EXTENSION(10894126) 0.5
39 10894154 SPRING EXTENSION 0.5
40 11037003 FEED CYLINDER 40
41 11252000 Micro switch 12.5
42 11332005 SPRING EXTENSION 0.5
43 11467000 PMI MOTOR 750
44 11505000 ACUATOR 45345502 25
45 12417000 COLLAR (feed assy) 5
46 12426000 HUB 20
47 12427000 RATCHET 5
48 12428000 PITCH WHEEL 9
49 12429000 ARM 22.5
50 12463000 SPRING HOLDER 6
51 12463001 SPRING HOLDER 7.5
52 12487000 RAIL, CAM 5
53 12487001 RAIL CAM 10
54 12516000 FEED ARM -LH 15
55 12516001 FEED ARM -RH 15
56 12520000 BLADE, SHEAR-R 32.5
57 12521000 BLADE, SHEAR-L 32.5
58 12517000 SHAFT (FEED) 25
59 12706000 150L050 BELT 12.5
60 12757000 HOOK, LARGE SPRING 22.5
61 12784000 SLEEVE L.H (HEAD ASSY) SMALL 7.5
62 12788000 SLEEVE R.H (HEAD ASSY) 7.5
63 12813000 AIR CYLINDER(SEQ) 50
64 12825001 BUSHING-RH 7.5
65 12829001 BUSHING-LH 7.5
66 12837000 Belt 7.5
67 13244000 ECCENTRIC FEEDER 4
68 13298000 322L050 BELT 25
69 13570000 PMI MOTOR 1150
70 14076000 RETAINER 1
71 14077000 PIN 0.75
72 14078000 ROCKER 8.5
73 14079000 SHOULDER SCREW (CUTTER HEIGHT) 1.5
74 14080000 PIN 1
75 14084000 CLAMP 7.5
76 14085000 CLAMP 10
77 14329000 LOCKNUT 7.5
78 14584000 HOSE FITTING 4
79 14975000 BEARING BALL (TABLE STUD) 6
80 15055000 LMB12UU bearing 60
81 15179000 CLAMP ENCODER 12.5
82 15234000 COUPLING SHAFT 20
83 15307000 PLATE GUIDE LH 22.5
84 15308000 PLATE GUIDE RH 22.5
85 15426000 FAN FOR I/O BOX 6” 25
86 15540000 GASKET 2
87 15894000 ROLLER 20
88 15947000 SHAFT VCD 15
89 15954000 BLOCK MTG (L) 90
90 15955000 BLOCK MTG ( R) feeder housingh 75
91 16770000 PIN 2.5
92 16784000 LINK 3
93 17191000 SHAFT HEAD (SH VCD) 10
94 17191000 SHAFT 10
95 17277000 CLIVIS(Head Cylinder Piston Shaft) 12.5
96 17293000 PULLEY 40
97 17294000 GEARBELT 7.5
98 17298000 PULLEY ( X/Y -Z MOTOR ) 7.5
99 17308001 BRACKET GUIDE RH 9
100 17308002 BRACKET GUIDE LH 7.5
101 17451002 PULLEY 60
102 17454000 LOCKING ELEMENT 7.5
103 17459000 Plug 0.75
104 17525000 POT. 6351 R2KL.5 45
105 17550001 ROTARY ENCODER ASS’Y 250
106 17550001 ENCODER X/Y 240
107 17550002 ENCODER Z 250
108 17582000 GROOVED PIN 3
109 17602000 SLEEVE BEARING 5
110 17635000 DEPTH PULLEY(S.H- VCD) 100
111 17638000 PULLEY 60
112 17814000 PLUNGER SPRING(feed-vcd) 5
113 17848001 GUIDE 37.5
114 17848002 GUIDE 40
115 17191000 SHAFT 10
116 18067000 ARM 17.5
117 18070000 SHOULDER SCREW 2
118 18112000 ARM (SEQ) 30
119 18114000 ROLLER PRESSURE 30
120 18164000 GUIDE WHEEL 25
121 18219003 HUB,BONDED 3.395 DIA 110
122 18330000 LOCATOR 20
123 18333000 COLLAR 6
124 19825000 KEY, HEX ‘T’HANDLE 15
125 20129000 SWITCH 1.5
126 20362000 PLATE 15
127 20363000 CLEVIS 14
128 20394000 EXTENSION SPRING 1
129 20427000 BUMPER (FEED) 10
130 20430000 BUMPER 0.5
131 20461000 LEAD SCREW VCD M/C 120
132 20590201 HEAT EXCH 8 TUBE CUNI/GLS 200 used
133 20668000 VOLUME CHAMBER 20
134 20699000 BEARING NYLINE 2
135 20743000 3 WAY VALVE(clippard-mjv0-3) 45
136 20756001 FEEDER PIN 6
137 20877000 BEARING, BALL 6
138 20981000 ADAPTER BUSHING 12.5
139 21141000 GUIDE PLATE, R 27.5
140 21278000 SWITCH, PB ALT,(6292A STEP)HEAD ON/OFF 32.5
141 21279000 PUSH BUTTON SWITCH 120 used
142 21307101 BUTTON (SINGLE CYCLE) 4
143 21307102 BUTTON (ZERO) M/F 21 4
144 21307103 BUTTON PROGRAM RESTART 7.5
145 21307104 BUTTON (OVER RIDE) 4
146 21307107 BUTTON HEAD 2 ON 4
147 21307132 START BUTTON (COVER) 4
148 21307205 BUTTON AIR OF 4
149 21307206 BUTTON INSERT (SMALL) 7.5
150 21307401 BUTTON (START BLK) 4
151 21388000 GUIDE PLATE, L 27.5
152 21491000 INDEX WHEEL 10
153 21496000 PAWL-RH 7.5
154 21497000 PAWL-LH 7.5
155 21498001 STOP 5
156 21501000 SPACER 4
157 21502000 DRIVER PIN 21502000 1.5
158 21746000 ANVIL DUMP VALVE 150
159 21760002 FUSE HOLDER (WITHOUT RING) 4
160 22305001 Wire guide Assy 25
161 22401000 GUIDE WHEEL 20
162 22505000 STACKING VALVE 340
163 23268000 PISTON (LONG) 44964701 14
164 23436000 D-STOP PULLEY 30
165 23502000 PAD 0.5
166 23502002 PAD 0.5
167 23502003 PAD 0.5
168 23502004 PAD 0.5
169 24244001 CYLINDER, AIR 60
170 24635000 DRIVE SHAFT ASSY 15
171 24783000 SWITCH HALL EFFECT ( L) 19
172 25239000 LOCKING ELEMENT 5
173 25454000 NEEDLE VALVE 50
174 25578001 GUIDE SPRCKET 15
175 25582000 SPROCKET CUTTER 10
176 25584001 GUIDE SPROCKET 30
177 25844000 .200 STOP PAWL ASM 9
178 26092000 PUSHBUTTON SWITCH 150
179 26093000 PUSH BUTTON SWITCH 90 used
180 26094000 PUSH BUTTON SWITCH 90 used
181 26129000 BRACKET 6
182 26134000 PIN 0.75
183 26462010 SCREW 0.75
184 26462017 SCREW 0.75
185 26998000 170XL 15
186 27199000 SPACER 2.5
187 27380000 Light source 300
188 30013000 PLUNGER SPRING 6
189 30160200 BEARING (SEQ DISK SHAFT) 2596A 7.5
190 30180000 INNER GUIDE RH .375 17.5
191 30223700 SHEAR QUILL 10
192 30363800 GEAR/WHEEL DRIVE ASM 37.5
193 30371500 SCREW SPECIAL 12.5
194 30409700 BEARING BALL 10
195 30410000 CONTACT UNIT 10
196 30431701 MOUNTING PLATE 17.5
197 30481301 DETENT 1.5
198 30486900 SPRING 0.5
199 30491900 AIR CYLINDER 45
200 30500801 BEARING 27.5
201 30508800 SLEEVE ADJ 50
202 30508900 WASHER LARGE ( NON METAL) RUBBER 0.5
203 30535802 PIN 1.5
204 30562905 SENSOR CABLE ASSY 50
205 30568602 SEAL 1.5
206 30568603 SEAL 1.5
207 30576401 STOP 14
208 30580401 4-WAY-VALVE 150
209 30590201 HEAD FEED PCB 250 used
210 30614800 MAGNET ASSY (FEED) 7.5
211 30647901 DRIVE WHEEL (METAL) 15
212 30647903 DRIVE WHEEL 15
213 30649101 CAP, LARGE 20
214 30649801 SET SCREW 2
215 30652506 Sperical bearing 30
216 30702002 Continuity Tube 6
217 30702003 CONTINUITY TUBE 7.5
218 30726401 DOWN STOP BUMPER 5
219 30780801 SPACER 3
220 30792201 RING WIPER 1
221 30808901 SLIDE MOUNTING 40
222 30810001 SPRING 4
223 30815701 PLUNGER 7.5
224 30819701 Connetor 3.25
225 30820201 DAMPING PAD 0.5
226 30820202 DAMPING PAD 1
227 30862701 TABLE MAGNET 2.5
228 30862701 MAGNET (table) 2
229 30879701 LINNK 3.25
230 30899701 SPRING (FEEDER) LEFT 0.5
231 30899801 SPRING RIGHT (feeder) 0.5
232 30902801 BUSHING 7.5
233 30903003 STUD 10
234 30903901 PISTON LOCK PIN (short pin) 15
235 30920502 CUTTER (FOR CUTTER STATION) 12.5
236 30920804 COVER LOCATOR 45
237 30920901 PUSHER 30
238 30920902 PUSHER 17.5
239 30920904 PUSHER 15
240 30921604 CAM 10
241 30938501 PAD 1.5
242 30946901 PIN DRIVE 10
243 30947001 CLAMP PLATE 10
244 30951601 SHAFT 15
245 30952101 Clinch 27.5
246 30952103 ACTUATOR (13.0MM) 27.5
247 30952105 ACTUATOR 27.5
248 30952106 ACTUATOR 27.5
249 30952301 BLOCK RADIAL 50
250 30952303 BLOCK 65
251 30952304 BLOCK 50
252 30952305 BLOCK 50
253 30952802 SHAFT, ECCENTRIC 3
254 30952901 ROLLER 5
255 30953301 SPRING, LATCH 2
256 30953401 LATCH 12.5
257 30953701 SHAFT 5
258 30953801 PIN 1
259 30997301 POST 32.5
260 30997503 SLIDE 30
261 30997505 SLIDE 27.5
262 30997603 PUSHER 27.5
263 30997607 PUSHER 27.5
264 30997611 AI parts 50
265 31038001 SPRING COMPRESSION 0.5
266 40039001 YOKE (S.H) 60
267 40039101 ROCKER ARM 65
268 40049504 RATAINER LEAD 12.5
269 40051001 MOTOR & PULLEY ASSY 750
270 40052701 SHAFT 12.5
271 40056201 STOP 30
272 40059703 HOLDER MAGNET 37.5
273 40072302 R3 bearing 7.5
274 40075420 O-ring .18 X 4mm 0.5
275 40075421 O RING (10X3) 0.5
276 40075434 ORING(22*1) 0.5
277 40075435 O-RING 0.5
278 40075447 O-ring 3.5*1 0.5
279 40086801 SWITCH 110
280 40087001 BRAKET SWITCH 35
281 40088801 AIR CYLINDER RETRO 7.5
282 40151501 BLOCK 15
283 40152204 Clip right 4
284 40152206 carrier clip (lift) Axial 3.25
285 40152306 carrier clip (Right) 3.25
286 40152210 carrier clip (Right) 3
287 40152304 Clip left 4
288 40152310 carrier clip (lift) 3
289 40167601 SPRING COMP 0.5
290 40172401 spring for carrier clip 0.05
291 40172501 SPACER BUMPER 2.5
292 40177503 BEARING DURALON (small) 4
293 40177504 BEARING DURALON (big) 5
294 40189001 PLATE 15
295 40194101 SHAFT, BUSHING 20
296 40222208 DRIVER BODY,R 75
297 40222210 DRIVER BODY, R 75
298 40222308 DRIVER BODY,L 75
299 40222310 DRIVER BODY, L 75
300 40223802 CHAIN, VCD 525
301 40229201 PIN GROOVED 1.5
302 40226804 ARM, IDLER 50
303 40226903 ARM, IDLER 60
304 40233206 BUSHING, BALL – SUPE 30
305 40296004 COLLAR (ANVIL PISTON) 140
306 40296007 ACTUATOR 110
307 40298502 CLAMP TRANTORODE 60
308 40305501 JAW CLAMP 15
309 40305601 CLAMP, JAW 15
310 40323101 SLIDE (FEEDER VCD)12507000 30
311 40398801 PIN 10
312 40399003 CAM, CENTERING 40
313 40401101 SPRING TENSION 2.5
314 40401102 SPRING TENSION 2.5
315 40430701 Shaft 50
316 40447703 GEAR BELT (Z-LIMIT) 30
317 40447704 GEAR BELT (Z-LIMIT) 30
318 40506801 END CAP SHIM 1
319 40510901 SPRING EXTN 7.5
320 40511001 SPROCKET 17.5
321 40520201 O-ring 12.2*2.65 0.45
322 40520202 O-RING (7.65X1.78) 0.5
323 40520203 O-RING 0.45
324 40525301 cylinder 110
325 40546701 LINK ANVIL 2.5
326 40546702 LINK, ANVIL PISTON 3
327 40548107 Timing belt 20
328 40563101 PC BD PART DETECTOR ASM 250 used
329 40569001 PIN 1.5
330 40569201 RETAINER 1
331 40569601 RETAINER 0.75
332 40579403 PULLEY ,GEARBELT 30
333 40579404 Pulley 40
334 40579405 Pulley 40
335 40579701 THRUST WASHER 40
336 40622703 TIMING BELT 15
337 40622704 TIMING BELT 35
338 40648701 BRUSH 9
339 40652201 BELT (Seq.-2596 B/C without verifire 15
340 40652202 BELT 20
341 40650401 MOTOR, AIR 1000
342 40659524 TIMING BELT ( B 210MXL ) 10
343 40662301 PULLEY ,MOTOR SEQ 20
344 40715101 AIR CYLINDER 150
345 40821301 BUSHING SEAL II 4.5
346 40833809 GREEN GREASE 45
347 40833820 WHITE GREASE 110
348 40835901 TUBING,PNEU 3/4ODX1/2 ID LENTH 2.5 FEET 19
349 40839332 WASHER, WAVE SPRING 1
350 40844901 BUMPER 1.5
351 40850401 Block 40
352 40940101 PIPE CLEANER 3.5
353 40995903 Gage Sequencer 35
354 41008201 DUST COVER 10
355 41008601 SCREW SHOULDER (RAD)3/16#1/4X1(N TYPE) 2
356 41014901 BRACKET,MAGNET 20
357 41059801 AIR CYLINDER(BIMBA D-25512-A<=1) 30
358 41059901 SLEEVE BEARING (LOCK ASSY) 4
359 41396501 CYLINDER,AIR 35
360 41143001 ENCODER, ROTARY 250
361 41235502 SCREW,SHOULDER 1.5
362 41340102 BUMPER 10
363 41350102 SLEEVE,STAINLESS 7.5
364 41356401 PLATE,BASE VCD CUT&C 300
365 41395701 BUMPER 25
366 41396101 Radial machine base housing 1400
367 41396501 AIR CYLINDER ( ROTATION UIC RADIAL) 35
368 41428501 CLINCH NUT ASM 15
369 41493801 GASKET CAP 1.5
370 41499603 Anvil, Vsl N(T) 40
371 41499706 CUTTER FORMER .200 (FOR ANVIL NO 41499603) 45
372 41499706 CUTTER FORMER .200 40
373 41577101 OUTER GUIDE-RH(45997801) 15
374 41577201 OUTER GUIDE-LH(45997901) 15
375 41631401 SPRING COMPRESSION 0.5
376 41678708 4-WAY VALVE 190
377 41678713 VALVE 4WAY 225
378 41693401 PC BD RT SW ASSY 120
379 41700701 ACTUATOR 10
380 41700703 ACTUATOR 10
381 41700803 PIN 2.5
382 41700805 PIN 2.5
383 41716001 PLUNGER SPRING 5
384 41749801 FIBER UNIT ( keyence FU-4F ) (Optical sensor) 50
385 41835501 Sleeve 67.5
386 41835502 SPINDLE COMMON 67.5
387 41835803 Housing 150
388 41835807 Housing 350
389 41848601 CLAMP RETAINER (vcd) 13
390 41883701 GUIDE RAIL FRONT 11.5
391 41883801 GUIDE RAIL REAR 11.5
392 41884101 SPREADER 30
393 41897211 CUTTER -LH 4.5
394 41897212 CUTTER RH 4.5
395 41920002 SCRAP TUBE WELDMENT 12.5
396 41920201 INSULADER ECCNTRIC 17.5
397 41920203 AI parts 17.5
398 41951702 TIP 1
399 42051701 TIMING BELT (210L50) 17.5
400 42239901 RT ANG Illuminator ASM 1100 Original
401 42370101 PULLEY (COMBI) 35
402 42370102 PULLEY (COMBI) 35
403 42370103 PULLEY (COMBI) 50
404 42414303 TOOLING PIN (COMBI) 5
405 42478001 AI parts 27.5
406 42480101 ESCAPE LH 17.5
407 42480201 ESCAPE-RH 17.5
408 42485501 AI parts 1.5
409 42485502 INTERPOSER 1.5
410 42485603 SENSOR LED 35
411 42502301 PUSHER, TIP 17.5
412 42502303 PUSHER TIP 17.5
413 42502304 HOLDER 17.5
414 42502305 HOLDER PUSHER TIP 17.5
415 42502402 ACTUATOR ARM 18
416 42502403 ACTUATOR ARM 15
417 42507901 RING,RETAINING 25
418 42513302 RAMP BLK 15
419 42513303 RAMP 15
420 42570801 Wheelpitch 60
421 42627902 SWITCH proximity NOLOC(SEQ) 75
422 42718602 2.5/5.0 clamp 1.5
423 42727001 RATCHAT ASM 30
424 42729102 plate 17.5
425 42740604 FITTING MALE ELBOW(BLKM05321) 4
426 42740613 FITTING,MALE ELBOW 4.5
427 42771501 PINION 65
428 42804703 CARRIER CLIP ASSY 1.4
429 42838002 NUT ADJ 10
430 42841501 SPROCKET 120
431 42851002 ST FITTING MALE 1/4X1/4 5
432 42851010 FITTING,STRAIGHT 2.5
433 42863901 NUT,LOCK 25
434 42866701 RETAINER 1
435 42883104 CENTERING FINGER 6
436 42883105 CENTERING FINGER 6
437 42883303 Backup Finger 5
438 42947901 FEED WHEEL JUMPER 60
439 43077004 TIP,DRIVER 5MM,LH 7
440 43077005 TIP DRIVER-LH 7
441 43077009 DRIVER TIP-LH 7
442 43017104 AI parts 7
443 43077105 TIP DRIVER-RH 7
444 43077109 DRIVER TIP-RH 7
445 43147105 BLADE CENTRING 15
446 43147106 BLADE CENTRING 15
447 43168901 BEARING & BLOCK ASSY 32.5
448 43197301 BUSHING 7.5
449 43258902 SPACER 15
450 43261501 FITTING,UNION TEE 4
451 43264307 Belt1*5*166 7.5
452 43264339 Belt0.6*5*152 7.5
453 43264338 Belt1*5*157 10
454 43264339 Belt150*0.5*5 12.5
455 43311801 RADIAL CHAIN RELAY (GLASS RELAY) 85
456 43355301 BLOCK LEFT 42.5
457 43355401 BLOCK RIGHT 42.5
458 43366113 FORMER,OUTSIDE 5MM L 25
459 43366114 FORMER 25
460 43366107 FORMER,LEFT STD 30
461 43366207 FORMER,RIGHT STANDAR 30
462 43366113 FORMER,OUTSIDE 5MM L 25
463 43366213 FORMER,OUTSIDE 5MM R 25
464 43366214 FORMER 25
465 43460501 WASHER NAYLON (43460501) 2.5
466 43461501 CUT/FORM,INTR 90 DEG 15
467 43461502 CUT/FORM,INTR 60 DEG 15
468 43461601 CUT/FORM,EXT 90 DEG 15
469 43461602 CUT/FORM,EXTR 60 DEG 15
470 43461701 ANVIL,INTR 90 DEG SH 17.5
471 43461702 ANVIL,INTR 60 DEG SH 15
472 43461801 ANVIL,EXTR 90 DEG SH 15
473 43461802 ANVIL,EXTR 60 DEG SH 15
474 43461812 AI parts 15
475 43469501 PIN 1.5
476 43469503 PIN 1.5
477 43470602 Housing Clinch 25
478 43470603 ANVIL HOUSING 150
479 43556203 DUAL CLAMP 1.5
480 43620601 SPRING 0.5
481 43623601 CYLINDER SPECAL 250
482 43655501 AI parts 15
483 43696901 JAW,RIGHT 50
484 43697001 JAW,LEFT 50
485 43871701 CUTTER BUSHING STD 6.5
486 43871702 CUTTER BUSHING (2 EAR) 5
487 43871802 CUTTER 4
488 43899101 GUIDE, JAW 55
489 43902001 CUT/FORMER,INTERIOR 15
490 43902101 ANVIL,INTERIOR 15
491 43902201 CUT/FORM,EXTERIOR 15
492 43902301 ANVIL,EXTERIOR 15
493 44100804 AI parts 5
494 44066001 FUSE HOLDER 900 used
495 44146103 15mm CHUTE 35
496 44146102 12.7mm CHUTE 35
497 44170501 DOG .062*.250 6
498 44170502 DOG .062*.230 7.5
499 44170701 CAM UNIT 40
500 44202008 CONTACTOR 100
501 44236801 FEED WHEEL 25
502 44236802 PULLEY 17.5
503 44239301 GIB (mpm ap squeeze) 10
504 44242008 ARM,KICKOUT STD LH 22.5
505 44241505 FORMER, INSIDE L, 5M 5
506 44241401 FORMER,INSIDE 5MM RH 5
507 44241405 FORMER, INSIDE R, 5M 5
508 44241406 INSIDE FORMER 5
509 44241409 INSIDE FORMER RH 7
510 44241501 FORMER,INSIDE 5MM LH 5
511 44241505 FORMER, INSIDE L, 5M 5
512 44241506 INSIDE FORMER 5
513 44241509 INSIDE FORMER- LH 7
514 44241509 INSIDE FORMER LH 7
515 44241604 SHEAR BLOCK 6
516 44241607 SHEAR BLOCK-LONG(5.63MM) 6
As per Last shipment
517 44241608 BLOCK SHEAR 5mm 8
518 44241701 BLADE,SHEAR 5MM RH 25
519 44241703 BLADE,SHEAR STD RH 25
520 44241801 BLADE,SHEAR 5MM LH 22.5
521 44241803 BLADE,SHEAR STD LH 25
522 44241905 ARM,KICKOUT STD RH 25
523 44241911 ARM,KICKOUT 5MM RH 22.5
524 44241908 ARM,KICKOUT STD RH 22.5
525 44241919 ARM, KICKOUT 5MM RH 20
526 44241920 ARM, KICKOUT 5MM RH 25
527 44242005 ARM,KICKOUT STD LH 25
528 44242011 KICK OUR ARM 22.5
529 44242020 ARM KICKOUT-LH 20
530 44242021 ARM KICK OUT COMBI 25
531 44246704 AI parts 10
532 44246804 AI parts 10
533 44266703 DRIVER TIP,R 12.5
534 44266704 DRIVER TIP,R 10
535 44266803 DRIVER TIP,L 12.5
536 44266804 DRIVER TIP,L 10
537 44281701 BUSHING,CUTTER 6
538 44281703 BUSHING CUTTER,5MM 6
539 44426401 DRIVER 90
540 44426603 7.5mm 2.5
541 44426606 UPPER PUSHER 1
542 44426607 PUSHER UPPER-2.5 1
543 44426614 7.5 PUSHER UPER 2.5
544 44426701 PUSHER LOWER 1
545 44576202 AI parts 3.25
546 44629502 GUIDE JAW 55
547 44629602 GUIDE JAW 55
548 44629606 JAW GUIDE 55
549 44629702 CLAMP JAW 10.5 MM 15
550 44629706 CLAMP JAW (13.0MM) 15
551 44629802 CLAMP JAW 15
552 44629902 CLAMP DUAL JAW 10.5 MM 15
553 44629906 JAW CLAMP DUAL 15
554 44688804 AIR CYLINDER 150
555 44768402 MAC,VALVE-4 WAY 350
556 44802801 Belt 740*5m*25w 20
557 44868502 COUPLING 40
558 44876902 SHAFT HEAD(6292-A) 12.5
559 44896001 BASE ADJUST 90
560 44896201 PLATE MTG 20
561 44896401 HOUSING 32.5
562 44896601 HOUSING 90
563 44896602 HOUSING 100
564 44896801 SUPPORT GUIDE 22.5
565 44896802 SUPPORT GUIDE 22.5
566 44896901 GUIDE BOTTOM 10
567 44896907 AI parts 10
568 44897001 GUIDE UPPER 20
569 44909001 ANVIL/CLINCH CABLE A 25
570 44906901 SWITCH P.B.MOM, 6292 D.H VCD, START, SINGLE 30
571 44916101 WHEEL 15
572 44960804 PUSH ROD 12.5
573 44963002 BEARING LINEAR BALL RED 22.5
574 44963401 LARGE CAP 22.5
575 44964601 PISTON LARGE (30649001) 14
576 44964701 PISTON ANVIL 15
577 44983601 FORMER INSIDE ( Jumper M/C 6293) 7
578 44989806 BLADE SHEAR R.H 25
579 44999501 SHAFT (HEAD SHAFT VCD) 50
580 45003801 SMALL CAP 20
581 45014801 AI parts 20
582 45014901 DAP 17.5
583 45028001 AI parts 17.5
584 45035502 CYLINDER,AIR 140
585 45036101 ACTUATOR 10
586 45043301 811C-PP-221BA-152 (head valve 6292-A) D.H 340
587 45053501 HOUSING FIX 55
588 45053801 LATCH 6
589 45064901 LATCH CAM 25
590 45064902 LATCH,CAM 25
591 45065002 BLOCK HOUSING 25
592 45095201 HOLDER LATCH 25
593 45095202 HOLDER LATCH 25
594 45123601 SHAFT,HOLDER 2.5
595 45104301 SUPPORT CLIP 27.5
596 45121801 COUPLING FIX 30
597 45121802 COUPLING FIX 25
598 45123601 SHAFT, HOLDER 2.5
599 45150101 BUMPER 7.5
600 45173401 COVER SPROCKET 55
601 45177702 SWITCH 1 ASSY (BIMBA HSK) 40
602 45177703 SWITCH 2 ASSY 40
603 45177901 Block(IKO CRWU30-85R) 925 Original
604 45194401 CHAIN SUPPORT 22.5
605 45218501 SPREADER 20
606 45218603 AI parts 50
607 45247003 AI parts 120
608 45248801 ACTUATOR (6292A FEED ACTUATOR) DH 7.5
609 45269601 GUIDE,TAPE (VCD) 45
610 45269602 GUIDE TAPE (VCD) 45
611 45269603 GUIDE LH VCD SH 40
612 45269604 GUIDE RH VCD SH 40
613 45284801 BUMPER DOWN STOP 1.5
614 45293601 DOWEL SPECIAL 4
615 45295500 Right Index Wheel Assy 300
616 45295600 Left Index Wheel Assy 300
617 45346101 PIN 0.5
618 45347001 KIT,TANDEM SEAL 12.5
619 45362501 PISTON & SHAFT ASSY 40
620 45373901 SPRING 0.5
621 45390701 ACTUATOR 15
622 45390801 CYLINDER 60
623 45436101 SPRING COMPRESSION 0.5
624 45452001 SPRING COMP 0.5
625 45452301 PIN DOWEL 5
626 45465201 ROLLER 10
627 45465501 PIN GROOVED 5
628 45466601 BLOCK ROLLER 30
629 45537001 CUTTER ST SLIDE 60
630 45575701 ANVIL 40
631 45575702 CUTTER ANVIL 30
632 45575704 CUTTER, ANVIL 40
633 45575705 CUTTER ANVIL 40
634 45576201 SUPPORT, COMPONENT 3.25
635 45592408 FORMER, RIGHT STD 35
636 45592508 FORMER, LEFT STD 35
637 45592414 FORMER RH (JUMPER STATION) 25
638 45592425 FORMER OUTSIDE-RH 22.5
639 45592426 FORMER 22.5
640 45592508 OUTSIDE FORMER LH 50
641 45592514 FORMER LH (JUMPER STATION) 25
642 45592520 FORMER,LEFT,5MM 25
643 45592526 FORMER OUTSIDE-LH 22.5
644 45592603 BLADE SHEAR STD 25
645 45592606 BLADE,SHEAR R5V 22.5
646 45592703 BLADE SHEAR STD-LH 25
647 45592706 BLADE SHEAR-LH 22.5
648 45593001 DETENT 1.25
649 45593002 DETENT 1.5
650 45711601 ANVIL CONTINUITY(2J5B) 40
651 45711604 ANVIL CONTINUITY 40
652 45729301 INSERT PAD PUSH 1.5
653 45729302 INSERT PAD PUSHER 1.5
654 45729304 PUSHER,PLAIN ‘V’ PAD 1.25
655 45744401 CUTTER BUSHING (ONE EAR) 5
656 45744404 CUTTER BUSHING 5
657 45797001 REFIRE ASS 2.5/5M 30
658 45797002 REFIRE ASSY 11
659 45798404 CONTINUITY TUBE 6
660 45798406 Continuity Tube 6
661 45798407 Continuity Tube 6
662 45798802 NUT,CLINCH 6.5
663 45807302 BEARING, LINEAR 15
664 45810806 BRACKET 45
665 45819401 PIN (45819401)XG3KDZ-07021 2.5
666 45854201 SPRING COMPRESSION (cutter station) 0.5
667 45947701 45947701 20
668 45952901 CUTTER FORMER ASSY 42.5
669 45952902 CUTTER FORMER ASSY(30312302) 50
670 45987901 CUTTER 3.5
671 45987901 CUTTER 3.5
672 45988702 LEAD SCREW 7.5
673 45989301 Lead Pawl 5
674 45996801 ESCAPE 17.5
675 45996901 ESCAPE 17.5
676 46069701 Shock absorber 275
677 46119701 Motor 1000
678 46153701 HUB,INDEX 67.5
679 46178401 CABLE,CONTINUITY 9
680 46178402 CABLE,CONTINUITY 9
681 46182804 HOUSING, TOOLING PIN 75
682 46191101 CUTTER HOUSING ASSY LH(46191101) 40
683 46191201 CUTTER HOUSING ASSY RH(46191201) 40
684 46191104 46191104 40
685 46191301 INNER GUIDE ASSY LH 20
686 46191401 INNER GUIDE ASSY RH 20
687 46191501 41577201 17.5
688 46191601 41577101 17.5
689 46269207 46269207 BEARING, RADIAL 10
690 46287002 FLAG MOLDED (RADIAL) 1.5
691 46287003 FLAG 1.5
692 46293101 BALL PLUNGER 46293101 5
693 46295801 BALL PLUNGER 100
694 46364705 GUIDE, TOP (A) 25
695 46364706 GUIDE, TOP (A) 25
696 46411501 QUILL SHEAR 7.5
697 46442706 Belt 15*40MM 10
698 46442707 130XL*10w 5
699 46442711 Belt 339*3m*10w 5
700 46442712 Belt 339*3m*10w 5
701 46442715 BELT,TIMING 6.5
702 46442716 BELT, TIMING 17.5
703 46442717 BELT, TIMING 17.5
704 46475201 PLATE 17.5
705 46475202 PLATE (INSERT CYLINDER)42729103 17.5
706 46482101 BUMPER 7.5
707 46482201 BUMPER 7.5
708 46499301 STOP,J/W 20
709 46564002 PULLEY,GEARBELT 15
710 46564802 PULLEY,GEARBELT 35
711 46564804 PULLEY, GEARBELT 35
712 46587901 GEARBELT 20
713 46646702 BRKT, COMPONENT LEAD 50
714 46665401 FIXED FLOW, ANVIL DO 65
715 46665402 FIXED FLOW,ANVIL UP 65
716 46690401 INSERT 2 TOP LINK 12.5
717 46691001 PULLEY, MOTOR VERTIC 35
718 46691402 SHAFT, BEARING LINK 7.5
719 46737004 SCRAP HOUSING ASSY, 35
720 46750601 COVER, CLINCH OFF 17.5
721 46805213 BLADE, SHEAR, STD LH 40
722 46805306 DRIVERBODY,L 122.5
723 46805401 FORMER OUTSIDE-LH (46805401) 20
724 46805406 FORMER STANDAR LEFT 27.5
725 46806213 BLADE SHEAR STANDARD RIGHT 30
726 46806306 DRIVERBODY,R 122.5
727 46806401 FORMER ,OUT -R (46806401) 20
728 46806406 FORMER, STD RIGHT 27.5
729 46807101 RAIL, CAM 17.5
730 46879401 PULLEY, VERTICAL 37.5
731 46881403 GUIDE, UPPER 25
732 46910201 ENCODER,ROTARY (1000 225
733 46912201 BOLT 12.5
734 46912301 NUT 15
735 46914201 ACTUATOR 15
736 46915701 TUBING ASSY 20
737 46915702 TUBING ASSY 20
738 46915703 TUBING ASSY 17.5
739 46928401 COMPONENT LEAD CONDI 80
740 46928402 COMPONENT CONDITIONE 80
741 46930401 GUIDE,DUAL JAW 13.0M 55
742 46930403 GUIDE, JAW, 13MM 55
743 46930417 46930417 55
744 46930501 CLAMP,JAW 2.5/5.0MM 14
745 46930506 CLAMP, JAW (13MM) 15
746 46930601 JAW CLAMP DUAL 14
747 46930603 CLAMP, DUAL JAW 15
748 46977501 TIP,DRIVER L 5V020 I 7
749 46977601 TIP,DRIVER R 5V020 I 7
750 47043701 Base, Adj. 110
751 47047701 47047701 1250
752 47048201 CRANK, MACHINING 100
753 47048701 SHAFT, CLEVIS, FRONT 10
754 47048801 SHAFT, CRANK PIVOT 10
755 47049001 SHAFT, LINK 10
756 47049301 CYLINDER, AIR 20MM B 55
757 47062501 SPRING EXTENSION 0.5
758 47060801 WHEEL, 15 MM, #1 40
759 47085501 DRIVER TIP, L 10
760 47085601 DRIVER TIP, R 10
761 47115101 PIN CAM LATCH 2.5
762 47152004 CLAMP 15
763 47152006 CLAMP 35
764 47152202 FINGER 15
765 47152203 FINGER 17.5
766 47152303 PUNCH 25
767 47152304 PUNCH 25
768 47182001 CYLINDER,AIR,TANDUM 125
769 47187102 WHEEL 15
770 47200301 BEARING, NEEDLE 5
771 47200302 BEARING, NEEDLE 10
772 47204802 PLATE 30
773 47228302 PIN, PIVOT 7.5
774 47300503 Machine Base 750
775 47306901 CLINCH CABLE ASSY 200
776 47307703 Continuity Cable Assy 25
777 47339401 PIN 2
778 47356402 INSERT, PAD PUSHER 1.5
779 47356403 INSERT, PAD PUSHER 1.25
780 47356404 INSERT, PAD PUSHER 1.25
781 47356405 INSERT, PAD PUSHER 1.25
782 47405502 BRACKET, SWITCH 32.5
783 47614301 PULLEY, GEARBELT 90
784 47614602 PULLEY GEARBELT (S02-0780-M00) 37.5
785 47630001 47630001 SHAFT, PIVOT 40
786 47630101 47630101 BUSHING, ECCENTRIC 40
787 47630202 47630202 HOUSING,CENTERING 250
788 47630911 INSERT CENTRING 5
789 47630915 INSERT CENTERING 6
790 47631004 CAM, 30/135 CENTERIN 300
791 47631201 47631201 BUSHING 15
792 47631901 47631901 PIN, FOLLOWER 7.5
793 47632002 PIN PIVOT FINGER 2.5
794 47633301 47633301 SHAFT,FINGER 5
795 47636701 COUPLING 30
796 47636702 COUPLING 35
797 47639301 ROLLER, SPRING 10
798 47702101 MOTOR;BRUSHLESS;DC;E 1400
799 47748802 FINGER, LH CENTERING 40
800 47748902 FINGER, RH CENTERING 40
801 47792001 BEARING, BALL 7.5
802 47792001 BEARING, BALL 7.5
803 47803002 CUT/FORM, INTERIOR 17.5
804 47803102 ANVIL, INTERIOR 17.5
805 47803202 CUT/FORM, EXTERIOR 17.5
806 47803302 ANVIL, EXTERIOR 17.5
807 47878101 BEARING, BLOCK 5
808 47883301 SPROCKET, CUTTER 10
809 47897601 PIN, TOOLING 10
810 47898701 FORMER, R INSIDE 9
811 47898702 FORMER, R INSIDE 7
812 47898801 FORMER, L INSIDE 9
813 47898802 FORMER, L INSIDE (47898802) 7
814 47898903 ARM,5MM R KICKOUT 47898903 30
815 47899003 ARM 5MM L KICKOUT 47899003 30
816 47999601 CHAIN IDLER PULLEY A 75
817 48172301 Centering Finger 6
818 48236901 PUSHROD COUPLER ASSY 60
819 48241402 SPRING, COMPRESSION 0.5
820 48713501 BRUSH 50
821 48730401 SUPPORT, GUIDE 45
822 48730602 LATCH HOLDER ASSY 25
823 48731301 HOUSING, FIX 75
824 48732302 FLAG, MOLDED 1.5
825 4887003 UIMC card 1500
826 49313901 CUTTER/FORMER, STD N 17.5
827 49314001 CUTTER/FORMER, STD N 17.5
828 49399601 ARM, STD R KICKOUT 25
829 49399603 ARM, 5MM R KICKOUT 25
830 49399701 ARM, STD L KICKOUT 25
831 49396703 49396703 30
832 49536201 ANVIL, STD N- POS 2 17.5
833 49536301 ANVIL, STD N- POS 1/ 17.5
834 49599001 CUTTER, STANDARD 7.5
835 49752203 rod(49398401,49752201) 475
836 49769501 CYLINDER, AIR 120
837 50454601 50454601 17.5
838 50454802 50454802 12.5
839 50459706 50459706 5
840 50057701 LAMP 4.5
841 50520201 50520201 0.5
842 50596801 guide jaw 85
843 50823301 50823301 15
844 51085401 51085401 35
845 51208502 51208502 4
846 51435701 51435701 20
847 51436701 CUTTER/FORMER STD N-POS4 17.5
848 51436801 CUTTER/FORMER STD N-POS 1/3 17.5
849 51436901 CUTTER/FORMER STD N-POS 2 17.5
850 51437001 ANVIL, STD N-POS 2 17.5
851 51437101 ANVIL, STD N-POS 1/3 17.5
852 51437201 ANVIL STD N-POS 4 17.5
853 51447402 51447402 15
854 51977201 51977201 11
855 52048401 guide jaw 110
856 52048501 CLAMP 25
857 52048601 CLAMP 25
858 52344802-B 2.5/5.0/7.5/10.0mm主爪 225
859 52344901 guide jaw 65
860 52358502 CLAMP 75
861 52358701 CLAMP 30
862 52357201 52357201 15
863 52366701 52366701 75
864 52459703 10mm carrier clip 5
865 52459704 7.5mm carrier clip 5
866 52459705 52459705 10
867 52459706 52459706 5
868 52532002 10.0 carrier clip 7.5
869 52556001 CARRIER CLIP ASSY 6
870 52561801 52561801 42.5
871 80000102 SHCS 4-40 X 1/4 0.5
872 80000105 SHCS 4-40 X 5/8 0.5
873 80000106 SHCS 4-40 X 3/4 0.5
874 80000108 SHCS 4-40 X 1(screap tube weldment-M) 0.5
875 80000109 SHCS 4-40 X 1/8 0.5
876 80000112 SHCS 4-40 X 1 1/2 1
877 80000302 SHCS 6-32 X 3/8 0.5
878 80000303 SHCS 6-32 X 1/2 (CLINCH NUT ASSY) 0.5
879 80000304 SHCS 6-32 X 5/8 0.5
880 80000307 SHCS 6-32 X 1 0.5
881 80000308 SHOULDER SCREW SHCS 6-32 X 1-1/4 0.5
882 80000309 SHCS 6-32 X 1 1/2 1
883 80000402 SHCS 8-32 X 3/8 0.5
884 80000403 SHCS 8-32 X 1/2 0.5
885 80000404 SHCS 8-32 X 5/8 0.5
886 80000405 SHCS 8-32 X 3/4 0.5
887 80000407 SHCS 8-32 X1 0.5
888 80000507 SHCS 10-24 X 1 1/4 ,80000507 0.5
889 80000514 SHCS 10-32 X 3/8 0.5
890 80000515 SHCS 10-32 X 1/2 0.5
891 80000516 SHCS 10-32 X 5/8 0.5
892 80000517 SHCS 10-32 X 3/4 0.5
893 80000519 SHCS 10-32 X 1 0.5
894 80000520 SHCS 10-32 X 1-1/4 0.75
895 80000603 SHCS 1/4-20X1/2 0.5
896 80000606 SHCS 1/4-20 X 7/8 0.5
897 80000607 SHCS 1/4-20 X 1 0.5
898 80000608 SHCS ¼ – 20 X 1 ¼ 0.5
899 80000624 SHCS 1/4-28 X 1 1
900 80000704 SHCS 5/16-18 X 3/4 0.5
901 80000803 SHCS 3/8-16 X 3/4 0.5
902 80001301 SBHS 4-40 X 1/4 0.5
903 80001303 SBHS 4-40* 1/2 0.5
904 80001401 SBHS 6-32 X 1/4 0.5
905 80001403 SBHS 6-32X1/2 0.5
906 80001406 SBHS 6-32 X 1/8 1
907 80001501 SBHS 8-32 X 1/4 0.5
908 80001502 SBHS 8-32 X 3/8 0.5
909 80001601 SBHS 10-24 X 1/4 0.5
910 80001604 SBHS 10-24 X 5/8 0.5
911 80001610 SBHS 10-32 X 1/2 0.5
912 80001702 SBHS 1/4-20X1/2 0.5
913 80001705 SBHS 1/4-20X7/8 0.5
914 80002201 SFHS 4-40 X 1/4 (cutter) 0.5
915 80002202 SFHS 4-40 X 3/8 0.5
916 80002207 SFHS 4-40 X 5/16 0.5
917 80002501 SFHS 8-32 X 3/8 0.5
918 80002502 SFHS 8-32 X 1/2 0.5
919 80002601 SFHS 10-24 X 3/8 0.5
920 80002611 SFHS 10-32 X 3/4 0.5
921 80003603 SSSCP 6-32 X 1/4 0.5
922 80003613 SSSCP 6-40 X 1/4 0.5
923 80003701 SSSCPP 8-32 X 1/8 0.5
924 80003707 SSSCPP 8-32 X 1/2 0.5
925 80003812 SSSCPP 10-32 X 1/4 0.5
926 80003814 SSS 10-32 X 3/8 0.5
927 80003817 SSS 10-32*3/4 0.5
928 80004002 SSSCPP5/16-1/8*5/16 0.5
929 80004602 SSSFP 4-40 X 3/16″ 0.5
930 80004703 SSSFP 6-32 X 1/4″ 0.5
931 80004705 SSSCP 6-32 X 1/2 0.5
932 80004909 SSSFP 1032X1/2 0.5
933 80004912 SSSFP 10-32 X 1-1/2″ 0.5
934 80005602 SSSCNP 6-32 X 3/16 0.5
935 80007204 SSSOP 1/4-20 X 3/4 0.75
936 80008305 PHMS 2-56*3/8 0.5
937 80008501 PHMS 6-32*1/8 1
938 80008503 PHMS 6-32 X 1/4 0.5
939 80008602 PAN SHS 8-32 X 1/4 0.5
940 80009903 SDP 1/8X5/8 1.5
941 80009902 SDP 1/8 X 1/2 1.5
942 80009904 DOWEL PIN 1/8 X 3/4 1.5
943 80009905 SDP 1/8*7/8 1.5
944 80010103 SDP 1/4 X 3/4 1.5
945 80010106 SDP 1/4 X 1-1/4 1.5
946 80010109 SDP 1/4 X 2 3
947 80011001 SHSS 1/4 X 3/8 3
948 80011004 SHSS1/4*3/4 2.5
949 80011005 SHCS 1/4*1 2
950 80011103 SHSS 5/16 X 5/8 2
951 80011205 SHSS 3/8 x 1 2.5
952 80011211 SHSS 3/8 X 2-1/2 3
953 8001301A 8001301A 0.5
954 80013801 SPRG PIN .062 X .187(N Type Cutter) 0.5
955 80013805 SPRG PIN .062 X .437 0.5
956 80013806 SPRG PIN .062 X .500 0.5
957 80014004 SPRG PIN 3-32X 7/16 0.5
958 80014102 SPRG PIN 0.5
959 80014113 SPRG PIN .125 X1.125 0.5
960 80014208 SPRING PIN .156X .812 0.5
961 80014212 COMBI SPRING PIN .156 X 1.125 0.5
962 80014302 SPRING PIN 0.5
963 80015104 HEX JAM NUT 1/4-20 0.5
964 80015101 HEX JAM NUT 5/16-24 0.5
965 80015102 HEX JAM NUT 1/4-28 0.5
966 80015106 HEX JAM NUT 3/8 X 24 0.5
967 80015110 HEX JAM NUT 1/2-20 2.5
968 80016702 SHCS NP6-32X3/8 0.5
969 80018705 SLWTT 10 0.5
970 80020402 SSSKC PP 8-32X3/16 0.5
971 80020505 SSKCPP-10-32X3/8 0.5
972 80023502 HEX NUT-MS 4-40 0.5
973 80023507 HEXNUT-MS 10-24 0.5
974 80023508 HEX NUT 10-32 0.5
975 80023606 HEX NUT SP 10-32 0.5
976 80024014 SS HEX BOLT 10-32 X 1 0.5
977 80025702 SPIRING PIN 0.0626X1/8 1
978 80026014 DP-PIC .1251 X 1 1.5
979 80028001 MSSS-CP M3 X 3MM 0.5
980 80031304 MSHCS M2 X 10 MM 0.3
981 80032701 FHETL 1/4 1
982 80062601 BHTSCS 6-32*1/2 0.5
983 80067817 SHCS-ZP 1/2-20Xx13/4 0.5
984 90050416 ECCENTRIC INSULATED 18.5
985 90054921 PUSHER LOWER 1
986 90054922 CUTTER, 10MM 7.5
987 90055250 REFIRE ASSEMBLY 5/7 25
988 90055282 PUSHER UPPER 5 MM GR 2.5
989 90055283 PUSHER UPPER 7.5 MM 2.5
990 90055316 ECCENTRIC KIT (OFFSE 30
991 90055427 CLAMP,LH DUAL JAW TA 22.5
992 90055428 GUIDE, QUAD JAW TALL 90
993 90055429 CLAMP, RH DUAL JAW T 22.5
994 90054810 RATCHET ASSY 25
995 90054821 90054821 25
996 90054883 ECCENTRIC,INSULATED 19
997 90055197 CAM,UNIT RAD LD DISP 30
998 90055250 REFIRE ASSEMBLY 5/7 11
999 90055253 ACTUATOR,CLAMP JAWS 27.5
1000 90055282 PUSHER UPPER 5 MM 2.5
1001 90055283 PUSHER UPPER 7.5 2
1002 90055421 7.5 carrier clip 4
1003 90055428 GUIDE, QUAD JAW TALL 140
1004 90055458 LATCH, EXTENDED TIP 9
1005 90055542 GUIDE, TOP, 4-SPAN 35
1006 90055543 BOTTOM GUIDE, 4 SPAN 25
1007 90055558 TRIPLE SPAN ANVIL RA 60
1008 90055676 LINK, 15MM DSP HEAD 25
1009 90055685 10mm 4
1010 90055702 TRIPLE SPAN PUNCH II 40
1011 90055703 TRIPLE SPAN CLAMP II 40
1012 90055893 CLAMP, LH DUAL JAW T 25
1013 90055894 GUIDE, QUAD JAW TALL 90
1014 90055895 CLAMP, RH DUAL JAW T 25
1015 90055930 90055930 215
1016 100214130 Jig Pin Small 0.5
1017 100291090 Jig Pin Small 0.5
1018 100306150 Jig Pin Small 0.5
1019 1042710035 Filter 1
1020 1042710035 NOZZLE FILTER 1.5
1021 1045908018 Filter 2
1022 1047008600 SA NOZZLE 45
1023 45466936 10MPF Nozzle 35
1024 42560101 Link 17.5
1025 43077109J TIP DRIVER-RH 7
1026 43261501 FITTING,MALE TEE 1/4 x 1/4 x 1/4(KQ2T07-00) 3
1027 44241405 FORMER, INSIDE R, 5M 6.5
1028 44241919J KICK OUT ARM R.H 22.5
1029 44242020J KICK OUT ARM L.H 22.5
1030 44629606J CLAMP JAW 60
1031 44629706E LEFT SIDE PAWL 15
1032 44629706J CLAMP JAW LH 15
1033 44629706J CLAMP JAW LH 15
1034 44629906J JAW CLAMP DUAL 16
1035 44897001 GUIDE TOP/GUIDE UPPER(46881401) 20
1036 45649601 RPK FOR RAD. HEAD CYLINDER(RPKB0017) 9
1037 45835902 PAKET MOLDED 17.5
1038 45880403 FITTING, ROTARY ELBO 12.5
1039 46385001 BRACKET SWITCH RH 45028001 20
1040 46385101 BRACKET SWITCH LH 45014901 20
1041 46805209 BLADE,SHEAR 5MM LH 46805209/46805212 25
1042 46806209 BLADE,SHEAR 5MM RH 46806209/46806212 25
1043 46910201 Encoder 245
1044 46915702 Tubing 20
1045 47152203 Finger 15
1046 47307703 CONTINUITY CABLE ASS 25
1047 BLKE01234 Fuse 10
1048 BLKE01241 Fuse 10
1049 BLKE01244 Fuse 10
1050 BLKE01251 Fuse 10
1051 BLKE01356 LAMP 28V/40MA (WITHOUT LEG) 1.5
1052 BLKE01367 LAMP,14 VOLT 1.5
1053 BLKE01779 Lamp 4
1054 BLKM05006 BEARING, THRUST .255 3
1055 BLKM05211 LINK#25 1
1056 BLKM05216 SPRING CLIP#35 0.5
1057 BLKM05308 SHORT COUPLING 4
1058 BLKM05351 NIPPLE(HOSE FITTING) 2.5
1059 BLKM05530 CYLINDER PIN 2.5
1060 BLKM06004 O-RING (111 N 70) 0.5
1061 BLKM06023 RING O .549 ID X .103W 0.5
1062 BLKM06080 O-RING 0.5
1063 BLKM06085 O-RING 0.5
1064 BLKM06093 O-RING 0.5
1065 BLKM06094 O-RING (219 N 70) 0.5
1066 BLKM06095 O-RING 0.5
1067 BLKM06204 PLUG SCREW 10-32 2.5
1068 BLKM06300 RET-RING 0.5
1069 BLKM06303 RET RING 5100-12 0.5
1070 BLKM06312 RET. RING 5555-02 0.5
1071 BLKM06319 E-RING 0.5
1072 BLKM06324 RET-RING THRUARC # 5131-18 0.5
1073 BLKM06327 E-RING 0.5
1074 BLKM06329 GRP RING 5100-18 0.5
1075 BLKM06331 BLKM06331 RING, RETAINING 0.5
1076 BLKM06333 E-RING 0.5
1077 BLKM06337 RET-RING 0.5
1078 BLKM06358 RING, RETAINING 0.5
1079 BLKM06566 SSSCP 6-32 X 5/8 0.5
1080 BLKM06594 SSS 6-32 X 9/32 1
1081 BLKM06608 SSS 4-40 X 5/32 LG 1
1082 BLKM07105 NYLON WASHER 4
1083 BLKM07110 WASHER THR NYL 1.5
1084 BLKM07112 WASHER THR NYL .250 ID.5000D.062W 1
1085 BLKM07113 WSHR,THR NYL 1
1086 BLKM07116 WASHER, THRUST 2.5
1087 BLKM07124 WASHER,THRUST .188 I 2
1088 BLKM07137 WASHER,CRV SPR .265 1
1089 BLKM07174 WASHER WAVE SPRG.780ID,1.00 (BLKM07174) 0.5
1090 BLKM07387 PARKER OLUBE 90
1091 C293381565 TOOLING TAB(4.00mm) 5
1092 C30200000 Workboard Holder 32.5
1093 C30202001 3.0 3.1 30
1094 C65331005 WASHER 2.5
1095 C65331006 WASHER 0.5
1096 C65331010 CAP CYLINDER 40
1097 C65331016 HUB MACHINED 175
1098 C65331038 HOLDER MAGNET 17.5
1099 C65356004 BUTTON 1.5
1100 C65356014 CUTTER 7.5
1101 C65356019 ECCENTRIC 5
1102 C65630041 SPRING 0.5
1103 C65923007 HUB 15
1104 C65923009 SPRING 7.5
1105 C65923010 COLLER 17.5
1106 C66213007 PLUNGER SPRING 2.5
1107 C66213013 STOP 9
1108 47306901 CLINCH CABLE ASSY 225
1109 43871802 CUTTER 5
1110 45744404 BUSHINNG,CUTTER 6.5
1111 46805401 FORMER,OUT R5V12 CBD 25
1112 46806401 FORMER,OUT R5V12 CBD 25
1113 46805212 BLADE,SHEAR 5MM LH 25
1114 46806212 BLADE,SHEAR 5MM RH 25
1115 46977502 TIP,DRIVER L 5.5 MM 7
1116 46977602 TIP,DRIVER R 5.5 MM 7
1117 45593002 DETENT 1.5
1118 47636601 CLAMP,COLLAR 20
1119 C293381565 TOOLING TAB(4.00mm) 5
1120 C30205001 BLANK 750
1121 C30204000 SPRING STOP ASS’Y 110
1122 800001406 BUTTON HD,SCEW 1
1123 800001401 BUTTON HD,SCEW 0.5
1124 45385601 S,S,THUNB SCEW #8 2
1125 45385701 S,S,THUNB SCEW #10 2
1126 10249053 SPRING 1
1127 C30201000 LOCATO ASS’Y,FIXED 30
1128 C30202000 LOCATO ASS’Y,SLIDING 30
1129 C30203000 LOCATO ASS’Y,SUPPORT 30

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How to layout EMS smart SMT production line for Industrial 4.0

Main content of lean factory design
The traditional way of plant layout begins with equipment and tooling, and finally considers the flow of processes. Unlike traditional factory layouts, lean factory design layout begins with the customer and then designs the process flow around the workforce.
Lean factory design should comprehensively apply the knowledge of lean production ideas, system engineering, enterprise management, etc., and use parallel technology, information technology and other means to determine the factory design plan that meets the requirements of lean production concept. The main design contents are as follows:

(1) Production line layout based on lean thinking
The design of the best production line must be independent of the current legacy workflow and should reduce or eliminate large amounts of moving time for products and materials. According to the assembly requirements, placing the part loading process on the assembly point where the material of the production line is consumed will reduce the movement and waiting time.

(2) Lean logistics system design
According to the lean production point of view, logistics is not a value-added link. Therefore, the goal of lean logistics system design is to minimize the logistics and strive to minimize the waste in the logistics process while meeting the production requirements. To break the limitations of the profession, try to set up and no intermediate inventory area, and completely follow the process flow layout. All ideas that minimize the amount of movement and optimize the flow of the product should be tested. Ultimately, a practical and appropriate approach should be taken to finalize the production line in order to maximize the benefits of the production process. .

(3) Lean selection and arrangement of equipment
It is necessary to fully consider the relationship between the various production links, and on the basis of realizing the capacity requirements, try to achieve a balanced production capacity and reflect the idea of ​​lean flow. At the same time, the choice of equipment is not based on the most advanced standards, but the small size, low investment, flexibility and other indicators are put in the first place, in order to meet the needs of flexible production in the future.

(4) Lean staffing
Traditional factories use the “scheduled system” staffing, but this method increases the cost of the enterprise and reduces the response speed of the enterprise under the multi-variety and small-batch production methods. Lean factory design, it is recommended to use the least staff to achieve the same production needs, through the training of employees, so that it has a variety of skills, so that with the change in production, flexible arrangements for operators.

(5) Lean selection of auxiliary equipment
Although the fixtures and tools required for production assistance are not resource equipment, they must be considered for lean production. It must be designed to accommodate the movement of the required materials, such as the passage of the automatic loading and unloading trucks and large material containers. It is necessary to design the station to be more compact, but at the same time, the operator should be considered to be as ergonomic as possible.

In addition, the design of the lean factory should also include the planning of the public facilities of the factory, the design of the information system, etc., and should be carried out according to the specific needs of the factory and the actual situation of the enterprise.
The goal of lean plant design is to minimize waste and overload in the work process while enhancing visual communication on site.

 

 

 

How AOI to help SMT product quality

Automated optical inspection machine (AOI) is a new type of testing technology. It has
developed very rapidly in recent years. The structure of AOI consists of four parts: workbench, CCD camera system, electromechanical control and system software. When testing, firstly, the circuit board to be tested is placed on the workbench of the AOI machine, and the detection
procedure of the product to be detected is called out through positioning. The X/Y workbench
will send the circuit board under the lens according to the command of the setting program. With the help of the special light source, the lens will capture the image required by the AOI system and analyze it, then the processor will move the lens toward the lens. The next position is
collected for the next image and then analyzed, and the image is subjected to continuous
analysis and processing to obtain a higher detection speed. The process of AOI image
processing essentially digitizes the extracted image, and then compares it with the pre-stored “standard”. After analysis and judgment, it finds the defect to make a position prompt, and at the same time generates image text, and the operator further confirms or sends the repair station. Overhaul

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How to remove the misprinted solder paste on the PCB surface?

How to remove the misprinted solder paste on the PCB surface?

Prepared by Ming

ming@smthelp.com
This article describes that paying attention to some details can often prevent common problems in assembly processes and equipment selection.

Question: Can I use a small spatula to remove misprinted solder paste from the board? Will this get the solder paste and small tin beads into the holes and small gaps?

Answer: Using a small spatula to remove the solder paste from the misprinted board may cause some problems. It is generally practicable to immerse the misprinted board in a compatible solvent, such as water with an additive, and then remove the small tin beads from the board with a soft brush. I prefer to soak and wash repeatedly instead of violent dry brush or shovel. After the solder paste is printed, the longer the operator waits to clean the misprint, the harder it is to remove the solder paste. Misprinted boards should be placed in the soaking solvent immediately after the problem is discovered, as the solder paste is easily removed before it is dried.

Avoid wiping with a strip of cloth to prevent solder paste and other contaminants from smearing on the surface of the board. After soaking, brushing with a gentle spray can often help remove unwanted tins. It is also recommended to dry with hot air. If a horizontal stencil cleaner is used, the side to be cleaned should face down to allow the solder paste to fall off the board.

As usual, note that some details can eliminate undesirable conditions, such as misprinting of the solder paste and removal of the solder paste from the board. It is our goal to deposit the right amount of solder paste at the desired location. Stained tools, dry solder paste, and misalignment of the stencils and plates can cause undesirable solder paste on the underside of the stencil or even the assembly. During the printing process, the template is wiped with a certain pattern between printing cycles. Ensure that the template is seated on the pad, not on the solder mask, to ensure a clean solder paste printing process. On-line, real-time solder paste inspection and inspection prior to reflow after component placement are process steps that reduce process defects prior to soldering.

For fine-pitch stencils, if damage is caused between pins due to thin stencil cross-section bending, it can cause solder paste to deposit between the pins, causing printing defects and/or short circuits. Low viscosity solder paste can also cause printing defects. For example, high operating temperatures or high blade speeds can reduce the stickiness of the solder paste during use, resulting in printing defects and bridging due to excessive solder paste deposition.

In general, the lack of adequate control of materials, solder paste deposition methods and equipment are the main causes of defects in the reflow soldering process.

Question: What type of assembly board depaneling equipment provides the best results?

Answer: There are several sub-board systems that offer a variety of techniques for slab assembly boards. As a rule, there are many factors that should be considered when selecting such a device. Regardless of whether there is routing, sawing or blanking to separate individual panels from the composite panel, stable support during the splitting process is the most important factor. Without support, the resulting stress can damage the substrate and solder joints. Distorting the plate, or stressing the assembly during the splitting, can result in hidden or significant defects. While sawing often provides minimal clearance, shearing or die cutting with tools can provide cleaner, more controlled results.

In order to avoid component damage, many assemblers attempt to maintain component solder joints at least 5.08 mm from the edge of the board when the splitter is required. Sensitive ceramic capacitors or diodes may require extra care and consideration.

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0201 assembly, from difficult to conventional placement

0201 assembly, from difficult to conventional placement

This article explains and discusses the guiding principles governing 0201 placement in both high-volume and high-mix assembly operations.

By Ming Gan,   ming@smthelp.com

Although generally considered to be a relatively recent development, printed circuit boards (PCBs) have been available since the early 1950s. Since then, the demand for smaller, lighter, and faster electronic products has driven electronic components, PCB, and assembly equipment technology toward SMT.
The earliest general acceptance of SMT occurred in the early 1980s, when machines such as the Dynapert MPS-500 and FUJI CP-2 entered the market. At that time, 1206 (3216) resistors and capacitors were the most popular placement components. However, in one or two years, 1206 gave way to 0805 (2125) as the most common component package for SMT placement.
During this time, both machines and components evolved rapidly. As the machine became faster and more flexible, the 0603 (1608) component began to evolve. At this point, many assembly machine manufacturers went back to the R&D, research and development lab to re-evaluate the technology used to accommodate these newer, smaller components. Higher resolution cameras and smaller vacuum nozzles are among the variations that these components bring to the assembly equipment.
The emergence of 0402 (1608) packaging poses further challenges in all aspects of PCB assembly. In terms of machine development, vacuum nozzles have become smaller and more fragile. A new focus is placed on the component’s feeder, which acts as a unit for improvement, giving the machine more accurate parts.
With the advent of 0402 components, process challenges have increased to those that need to be addressed for successful component placement. Solder paste printing becomes even more critical – stencil thickness and solder paste mesh are increasingly important process considerations. The technology required for such placement also involves significant new costs.
The combination of these factors creates a new form of packaging that is the slowest to adopt in the history of the electronics industry. In total, for almost five years, 0402 packaging was widely accepted in the industry – and many assembly plants today never put a 0402 sheet.
Now, I entered 0201.
Over the past year and a half, 0201 placement has been a key topic of discussion throughout the industry. Due to the size, weight and power consumption requirements, many OEM board assemblers need to incorporate even smaller components and technologies into their products. Contract manufacturers (CM, contract manufacturer) must also have new technologies to keep the assembly process up to date and provide customers with a complete range of services. For machine builders, the challenge is to develop more resistant to obsolete assembly equipment in an era of dynamic technological change.

0201 placement challenge
The placement of the 0201 component is more challenging than the component intervention in front of it. The main reason is that the 0201 package is approximately one-third of the corresponding 0402 size.
The previously acceptable machine placement accuracy immediately became a limitation of the introduction of 0201. In addition, the traditional industrial tapeding specification allows for too much movement for reliable 0201 placement, and the level of process control must be increased to make the 0201 placement a production reality.
Although these obstacles are very large, they are far from insurmountable. Of course, they need all the determination, because the technology necessary for the 0201 placement requires a lot of money and top management’s promise of research and development (R&D).

The key to reliable 0201 placement
At FUJI, the aggressive R&D program has produced the ability to make all circuit assembly machines compatible with 0201 at 100% speed, with a minimum suction reliability of 99.90%, a target suction reliability of 99.95%, and minimal placement reliability. It is 99.99%. In the beginning, every aspect of the design was evaluated for its ability to work on a complete 0201 program, and the combination of single elements of closely related machine component parameters proved critical to success. These parameters include:

Figure 1 Component feeder table. The R&D program concluded that the ability to precisely position the carriage table – and make minimal adjustments to compensate for the inaccuracy of the tape – is a key factor in achieving component pickup reliability above 99.95%.

To achieve this, the feeder table must be precision machined to ensure repeatable positioning of the individual feeders and combined with a high-resolution semi-closed-cycle servo system using a two-track linear moving guide. This design allows for minor adjustments – based on the results of the suction accuracy as judged by the vision system. This ensures that the component is as close as possible to the center.
Component feeder. The feeder must be manufactured to extremely tight tolerances to ensure repeatability of the suction position, regardless of component height and a large number of possible component positions. The mechanism used to position and lock the feeder in position must be durable and precise, yet be user friendly. In addition, the materials used to make the feeder must be high in strength and light in weight to allow for ergonomic operation while ensuring precise, repeatable delivery of the carrier tape.
The feeder drives the sprocket. The drive sprocket plays a key role in the ability of the machine to position the component tape. The shape, taper and length of the drive sprocket teeth significantly affect the ability of the feeder to position the tape. Other factors have also been investigated, such as the diameter of the drive sprocket and the number of belts in contact with the sprocket. Changes to the basic sprocket design resulted in improved positioning accuracy, with earlier designs increasing by 20% in the X direction and 50% in the Y direction.


Figure 2 sucks the head. After properly feeding the component, the next step is to draw the component onto the vacuum nozzle and bring it to the board. Vacuum nozzles are compliant to absorb shock during pick-and-place components, compensate for small variations in solder paste height, and reduce the risk of component breakage. For these reasons, the nozzle must be able to move within its fixture.


Material selection, material hardness, machining tolerances, and thermal characteristics must all be understood to construct a reliable suction head. The nozzle must move freely within its holder without sacrificing accuracy (Figure 1).
The nozzle shaft is assembled. The nozzle shaft is also a key design element – eliminating overdrive by keeping the entire nozzle in direct alignment with the shaft assembly. Overpressure is caused by the inertia generated when the head is moved up and down. If the nozzle and the shaft are not in a straight line, there is a little whip – or overpressure. Overpressure causes a change in positioning accuracy, which is determined by the speed of movement, the weight of the nozzle, and the weight of the component. By eliminating overpressure, direct alignment reduces the number of negative factors associated with component pick-and-place placement (Figure 2).
Figure 3 nozzle design. Variations in the design of the nozzle are an important factor in allowing the 0201 component to be received. In order to draw a 0.6×0.3 mm component, the nozzle must have an outer diameter of no more than 0.40 mm. This forms a long, thin nozzle shaft that is fragile but must also maintain precision to maintain high reliability of suction. Changes from the linear axis to the tapered design increase the nozzle strength and allow the nozzle to resist bending (Figure 3).
Matrix structure. All machines generate vibrations during operation. The base frame design is a key first step in reducing the speed and motion effects of vibration and harmonic resonance. By using a cast iron base frame and state-of-the-art structural technology, vibration and harmonic resonance can be reduced to a controllable level within the machine, so that negative effects can be dealt with.
Up to standard
Through all six key factors, the obstacles to reliable 0201 placement have been eliminated. As a result, R&D’s focus has shifted to newer, smaller components, and 0201 is no longer considered a leading edge component packaging technology.
For 0201 component placement, the accepted process window is approximately 75 μm X and 75 μm Y at 3 。. To achieve 6 贴 placement reliability, the X and Y tolerances must be reduced to 50 μm. The latest high-speed placement equipment has a rating of 66μm with an actual standard deviation of approximately 35~45μm. As the 0201 component becomes more widely used and the manufacturing process becomes tighter, improved accuracy can be achieved.
The difference in component size between suppliers poses a challenge to 0201 feeding and placement. Bulk feeding is being opened and should be available in 2001.
Although the machine now has this capability, only a small percentage of users will be ready to take the 0201 placement in the next 12 to 24 months. This is similar to the introduction of a ball grid array (BGA) and 0402 components, in which the machine’s capabilities are ahead of the process state.

Challenge ahead
While the placement of 0201 components is now a standard feature of new placement equipment, additional work is needed to improve the overall process for the end user. The relationship between machine builders, component suppliers, board manufacturers, formwork factories, and solder paste manufacturers needs to be strengthened to create a more seamless development process. The end result will be a unified understanding of the process and a better working relationship that will benefit end users, especially by making new production technologies faster and more efficient.

By Ming Gan, ming@smthelp.com

Basic working principle of wave soldering

 

S-WS450 Wave Soldering machine

 

一、Wave soldering machine

Wave solderingis a kind of solder wave with a specific shape formed on the surface of molten liquid solder by means of pump pressure. When mounted components pass through the solder wave at a fixed angle, solder joints are formed in the lead solder zone. The component is preheated in the preheating zone of the welding machine (the preheating of the component and the temperature to be reached are still controlled by the predetermined temperature curve) in the process of conveyor belt conveyor. In actual welding, the preheating temperature of the assembly surface is usually controlled, so many devices have added corresponding temperature detection devices (such as infrared detectors). After preheating, the components enter the lead slot for welding. Tin trough contains molten liquid solder. The nozzle at the bottom of the trough determines the shape of the solder. Thus, the solder wave is heated when the welding surface of the component passes through the wave. At the same time, the solder wave wets the welding zone and expands and fills the welding process.

wave soldering process
wave soldering process

二、Basic working principle

Wave soldering is based on the principle of convection heat transfer to the welding area heating. The molten solder wave acts as a source of heat. On the one hand, it flows to wash out the pin welding area, on the other hand, it acts as a heat conduction. The pin welding area is heated under this effect. When the silver lead solder is used, the melting solder temperature is usually controlled at about 245 degrees Celsius. In order to ensure the temperature of the welding zone, the solder wave usually has a fixed width, so that when the welding surface of the component passes through the wave, there is sufficient time for heating and wetting. In traditional wave soldering, a wave is adopted and the wave is relatively flat. With the use of lead solder, double wave mode is adopted at present.

wave soldering pot

三、The welding spot

The pin of the component provides a way to immerse the liquid solder into the metal through hole. When the pin contacts the solder wave, the liquid solder climbs up along the pin and the hole wall with the help of the surface tension. The capillary action of metallized through-hole improves the climb of solder. When the solder reaches the PcB part, the surface tension of the pad is expanded. The rising solder discharges flux gas and air from the through hole, filling the through hole and forming a solder joint after cooling.

四、What’s the difference between wave soldering and reflow oven?


The mainly different are in heating source and solder supply mode.
In wave soldering, the solder is pre-heated and melted in the trough. The solder wave pumped by the pump plays a dual role of heat source and solder supply. The solder wave of solder solder solder causes the through holes, pads and component pins of the PcB to be heated, and also provides the solder needed to form solder joints. In reflow soldering, solder paste is pre-quantitatively assigned to the solder zone of PCB. The role of heat source in reflow is to re-melt the solder.

五、Main components and working principle of wave soldering

A wave soldering machine is mainly composed of conveyor belt, heater, tin trough, pump, flux foaming (or spraying) device, etc. It is mainly divided into flux adding area, preheating zone and welding area.

The solder in the solder tank, heated by a heater, gradually melts, and the molten liquid solder, under the action of a mechanical pump (or electromagnetic pump), forms a specific shape of solder wave on the surface of the solder tank, which becomes a wave. The PCB with mounted elements is placed on the conveyor and solder joints are welded by passing through the solder wave at a certain angle and at a certain immersion depth, so it is called wave soldering.

For a single wave, there is only one wave, called the advection wave. For double waves, the first wave is called the disturbing wave, and the second wave is called the advection wave (Ping Huabo).

The role of spoiler: SMT element welding and prevent leakage welding, it ensures the proper distribution of solder through the circuit board. The solder is penetrated through the slit at a relatively high speed, thus leading to narrow gap. The direction of the jet is the same as that of the circuit board. For SMT components, the disturbance wave can basically be welded. But for through-hole components, the spoiler wave itself can not properly weld the components, it leaves the weld unevenness and excess solder, so the need for a second wave – advection wave.

The role of advection wave is to eliminate burr and weld bridge generated by the disturbance wave. Advection wave is actually the wave used by the single wave soldering machine. Therefore, when the traditional through-hole components are welded on the dual-wave machine, the disturbing wave can be turned off and the soldering can be completed by advection wave. The entire wavefront of the advection wave is basically horizontal, like a mirror. At first glance, it looks as if the tin wave is static, but in fact the solder is flowing continuously, but the wave is very smooth.

六、Wave soldering machine welding spot molding

Solder Joint Forming: When PCB enters the front end of the wave, the substrate and pin are heated, and before leaving the wave, the whole PCB is immersed in the solder, that is, bridged by the solder, but at the moment of leaving the wave end, a small amount of solder is attached to the pad due to the effect of wetting force, and due to surface tension, it will come out. At present, the shrinkage of the lead wire is small, and the wetting force between the solder and the pad is greater than the cohesion of the solder between the two pads. Therefore, a full, round solder joint will be formed, leaving the excess solder at the end of the wave, and due to gravity, it will fall back into the tin bath.

S-WS250 Wave Soldering machine

Bulk material handle method and process on SMT production line

Bulk material handle method and process on SMT production line

SMT patch bulk material problems have plagued many SMT people, as we all know, once the placement machine starts, there will definitely be a problem in the SMT production line. For a variety of reasons, many bulk materials are produced, thrown, or are originally bulk materials, or other reasons. Some bulk materials, such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, etc., are not easily distinguishable and have little value in themselves, and there is no value for reuse. However, for large devices, especially some imported chip components, they are of high value and can be distinguished and distinguished, so they are generally reused. However, for scattered components, if the original package is a tray or a suitable tray, the problem may be solved better. Otherwise, it may be more difficult to handle. Southern Machinery today will talk about the handling of bulk material in the SMT production line. Method and process.
First, the bulk material handle process

Collecting materials – material personnel sorting materials – using electrostatic bags to pack – paste material specifications – technicians based on bulk material springboard – hand paste bulk material – QC confirmation

Second, the definition

Bulk material: refers to the components that are separated from the original packaging during the production process due to machine throwing, or loading and unloading materials.

Third, job responsibilities

Material staff: responsible for the collection, classification, identification, storage, placement, and placement information of bulk materials, and the material loss rate is calculated according to the order.

QC in front of the furnace: responsible for the manual placement of bulk materials, the front back grain and material code confirmation, PCBA mark, and the classification of bulk materials.

Technician: Responsible for programming, patch production, monitoring patch quality distribution and timely improvement.

QC after the furnace: It is responsible for checking and checking the first piece of all the machines, and the quality is abnormal. Immediate feedback is provided to the front station to improve and track.

Fourth, the work content

  1. In the production process, the material may be thrown due to equipment and other factors, so the operator should check the material step before the patch and after the shift, and check the throwing box and the trash can each time the garbage is dumped. Collect the bulk material and report to the supervisor about excessive bulk material anomalies.
  2. According to the shape of the components, the bulk material is classified according to the shape of the components, and the back code of the components is checked to determine the material code. Then, the checked bulk materials are packed in anti-static bulk box or bulk bag, and the material code identification is performed to confirm the signature of the person. .
  3. When using machine mounting, the operator should first check whether the components are consistent with the normal materials, confirm the material number, and then load the FEEDER tape.
  4. The first piece of material feeding / mid-way refueling, the technician firstly inspects the materials that will be short of materials in the machine half-hour in advance, and collects the materials of the same item number in the component preparation area, and check them correctly, and submit them to the quality department QC/materials. The staff will check again and confirm the total signature of the refueling sheet.
  5.  

How to design SMT factory layout for Smart EMS

 

 

How SMT workshop planning? It turned out to be so useful.

How SMT workshop planning!

And only after the plant began production found that some areas have not planned beforehand, need to be adjusted, resulting in a waste of human and financial resources and valuable production time.

Therefore, it is important to check in advance SMT factory layout, especially for new SMT factory business, because there is no experience in SMT plant layout, the need to pay attention to the elements is not very clear, if we find a problem in the layout after production point, will cause some unnecessary losses.

So, when doing layout SMT plant, what to pay attention to what matters in advance to do to prepare? Here actual cases where we work to and we explore this problem.

Case

planning SMT line configure

the client recent planning new on two identical SMT production line, specific device configuration (see FIG. 1) and the size of the apparatus is as follows: According to Figure 1 can be seen, the maximum width of the production line equipment is 1.71 m, the length of all devices sum is 13.6 meters, will add future planning a production line (line bulk on equipment configuration).

Situation Workshop

Workshop length 36 m, width of 12 m, an area of 432 m2, on the ground floor of the factory. Currently common ground for the shop floor, and no established anti-static system, can not meet the requirements of SMT antistatic workshop, but two conductive ground terminals, can establish subsequent workshops antistatic SMT system. Further, there is no air conditioning workshop and humidifiers, can not meet the requirements of SMT workshop temperature and humidity control. There workshop ventilation system, back to meet the requirements of the reflow furnace equipment. Workshop sufficient power to meet the electricity needs of all equipment in the workshop. There are two entrances whole plant, as are required to meet the equipment, raw materials and semi-finished channel. Special materials warehouse in another workshop, the need for planning. Good lighting conditions in the workshop, to meet the brightness of the SMT shop lighting requirements all stations. Whole plant layout situation shown in Figure 2.

Customer requirements

1, the current new move into production lines and related aids, regional positioning;

2, the whole plant to meet future erection and production requirements three production lines, without planning zone realignment;

3, each production line starting position as consistent as possible, so that the whole plant orderly arranged in three lines.

Subject  of

analysisthe customer’s request, we first analyzed how the production line positioning; and before locating the production line, we consider the following points:

1, SMT equipment should avoid column and they maintain a certain distance, the distance is equipment installed at least after a good feed material by a vehicle;

2, SMT crossing equipment required for frame division pitch, and the crossing equipment to extend outwardly after the device installed above the material 50 cm;

3, optimal spacing of the two lines spaced more than 1.2 meters between the outer frame;

4, check the wire tail is generally a repair plan area, quality control personnel can perform sampling line tail region.

Based on the above considerations, the length of each line should be at least 13.6 meters (without regard to the maintenance area and the tail, the case where the sampling area and the thread area kanban), the width should be 2.7 meters (SMT feeding both surfaces), specifically as shown in Figure 3.

Therefore, the production line is positioned in substantially considering plant shown in FIG. 4.

Some details of the requirements of SMT plant layout

after determining the approximate location of the production line, when the need to consider some details of SMT production line requirements, and then to determine the exact location and the location of other auxiliary equipment SMT line.

First, we analyzed the SMT line position and aids required for each area requirements: 1, fire extinguisher drop zone;

fire extinguishers to be placed around the side of the post and SMT plant, placed according to the requirements of fire regulations.

2, the car rack placement region; car rack replacement for SMT production line models and switching material, in order to facilitate production and to improve the efficiency of replacement materials, preferably the vehicle is placed near the rack placement machine.

3, stock units rest area;

stock table mainly used in the production process and dryer materials stock preparation before switching, therefore, to be placed near the preparation station placement machine, and the best car rack together, Preparation facilitates directly on the car frame after a good feed material.

4, the shelf rest area printing station;

printing station for positioning the shelf aids in the production of printing presses, such as wipes, paste, alcohol, etc., to be placed in the vicinity of the printing press to facilitate removal use, improve Productivity.

5, placing solder paste regions;

region comprising placing solder paste storage refrigerator, solder paste mixer, paste warmed cabinets, can be placed next to the plant as required or uprights placed around a fixed area of the plant, However, to facilitate the operator to take place.

6, visual inspection after the furnace area, maintenance area;

in order to facilitate visual inspection after reflow and rework semifinished product, a shelf generally placed in the furnace, designed for the visual inspection of the furnace and rework.

7, screen placement area;

drop zone comprises a mesh screen plate was placed cabinet, stencil cleaning machine, inspection tools, screen, stencil for storing, cleaning and inspection screen tension, etc., while in the region as much as possible to facilitate the production screen to take place.

8, garbage drop zone;

Production waste mainly from two parts, wipes and the like used in one printing operation, the second is to replace the waste tray and waste material produced with the like. Garbage two parts is generated to be placed separately, specialized recycling, in particular waste presses used. Thus, waste area may be placed next to the press machine or patch, or set beside the column region refuse placed separately placed.

9, kanban placement region;

kanban including the SMT billboards and other signage quality management, may be centrally located on the entrance into the shop, and also set up the production line Kanban state in which each head of the line, in order to view the producers and managers, promptly understand the current state of production status and quality SMT workshop and so on.

10, product placement area;

include products produced finished products in two parts, to separate the two partial regions divided out, strictly distinguished, in order to avoid confusion.

11, SMT placement of spare areas;

Nozzle including the SMT spare parts, a motor, a belt, cylinder or the like, to be placed in a special area, to facilitate the production of access.

12, location area temperature and humidity;

temperature and humidity conditions in order to better understand the SMT plant, depending on the size of the workshop area, several appropriately set the temperature and humidity measurement area, generally placed on the production line next to the column or wall.

13, SMT workshop office area;

let engineers and technicians and management personnel in office SMT shop floor, which can solve the problem on technology and management encountered in the production, to ensure the smooth operation of the SMT production lines.

14, anti-static protection area;

entry into SMT workshop area must have good anti-static measures. You may delineate the area in front of the plant, including the replacement of static clothing, shoes, hats and so on each employee’s locker. Also, the establishment of regional designed to test the static ring in SMT workshop at the entrance, so that each employee to do static loop testing and record test results before going to work. Based on the above analysis, the results of this SMT plant layout is shown in Figure 5.

In addition, SMT workshop also meet other requirements: 1, anti-static processing;

shop floor must be anti-static treatment, a common anti-static conductive flooring and paint and other ordinary places, customers can choose according to the actual situation. In addition, anti-static system must be set up in the workshop, to meet the requirements of the entire anti-static SMT workshop.

2, air-conditioning and a humidifier; SMT workshop to meet the requirements of temperature and humidity control.

3, the material management requirements;

in the warehouse, with particular attention to the way the material is stored, reel packaging methods, the use of hook-type place, wetting elements employed Cabinets for placement shelves to be treated with anti-static manner.

4, patch equipment gas and electrical circuitry;

preferably introduced directly from the production line at the down side of the roof, is arranged below the gas passage in the device and circuit wrapped with wire groove.

5, the ventilation system requirements;

needs to be installed to meet the requirements of the three power lines of the blower, and the third exhaust port reserved line.

Results

1, according to the size of production line and the size of the entire plant SMT, completed the reasonable position of the production line; and

2, for aids, regions, etc. SMT production lines need to make the corresponding position location; 3, according to the SMT the characteristics of the plant, some of the necessary factors to consider in planning, in particular, anti-static; 4, in accordance with the requirements of the current situation and future development of the factory has been take into consideration, unified planning.

Summary

For SMT plant layout, but also requires a combination of size and product requirements and other plants to consider a number of factors, but to stimulate here.

 

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Use of PCB Pallets in Wave Soldering

Use of PCB Pallets in  Wave Soldering
Patch components are used more and more on the circuit board, but there are still some perforated components between them. For this kind of board, selective soldering is the best solution, but not every company has enough funds to purchase selective soldering equipment, or the number of this type of circuit board is too small, specifically to buy selective soldering equipment is not Cost-effective. Manual welding is prohibited in certain industries such as the automotive industry

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Therefore, in PCB wave soldering, using trays to block those patch components is a good method: reliable, fast production, and adaptability to high-capacity requirements.

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Wave soldering pallet 2

The benefits of using trays:
Lead-free soldering requires higher soldering temperatures. Therefore, the circuit board is more easily bent during welding. The tray provides maximum protection of the circuit board during soldering and prevents bending.

Similarly, in the automotive and consumer electronics industries, many special-shaped circuit boards have emerged for the needs of applications. It is sometimes difficult to transport these shaped plates with conventional chain rails and mesh belts, and placing the circuit board plates in trays allows any type of circuit board to be shipped.

Wave soldering pallet 1

By soldering some of the bottom components through the tray, it is also possible to use PCB wave soldering equipment for selective soldering of the product.

Since most trays are thick (sometimes 15 mm), solder certainly does not flow to the top of the board. The oxide layer on the solder surface will also be washed away by the edge of the tray before the board reaches the peak, so that when the solder starts, the tin is relatively clean.Wave soldering pallet 6

By adding some stiffening strips to the tray, it can increase its hardness to withstand high-strength welding. It is also possible to install heat-absorbing blocks, component fixing devices and some other auxiliary devices on the upper part.

The use of pallets also helps standardize the width of the product line, soldering different circuit boards on the same production line, and can use bar code readers and other identification tools to quickly change process programs for different boards.

Although there are many advantages to using trays in lead-free soldering, it can also cause solder balls.

Requirements for pallet materials:
In order to maximize the service life of the trays, the trays must be made of materials that can withstand high temperatures and harsh process conditions, especially for lead-free soldering.

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Wave soldering  tray 1

To meet these requirements, the material used to make the tray must meet the following characteristics:
• High dimensional stability
• Good thermal shock resistance
• Can remain flat after repeated use
• Corrosion resistance (flux and cleaning agent)
• Does not absorb moisture

The use of the tray brings the process problems:
The flux system must be able to spray the circuit board completely with flux. Poor tray designs can lead to “shadow effects” in flux spraying: Some parts of the board have insufficient flux or no flux at all. The flux must be sprayed onto the board and spread through the capillary action.

Before the tray touches the crest, it must be heated in the preheating unit. A typical preheating configuration is a combination of heat pipes and hot air forced convection. If the temperature drops before contact with the peak, the tray will have an endothermic effect, making the welding process difficult to control.

The use of trays requires a wave height of up to 0.5 inches (12.5 mm). In the case of such a high pump speed, the use of nitrogen can help reduce dross. When using pallets in lead-free soldering, Vitronics Soltec’s perturbed “smart wave” can also promote tinning of the perforated component.

In addition, we must pay special attention to keeping the circuit board in the pallet flat. If there is a gap between the circuit board and the tray, the flux will flow into the gap, and the solder will flow to the board when passing through the peak. This will cause solder residue on the board.

Wave soldering  tray 3

The gap between the circuit board and the tray may cause solder residue on the circuit board

Circuit board and tray design recommendations:
Avoid placing larger components near the piercing element as this can cause shadowing effects and tin difficulties.

Leave proper clearance around the pins and edges of the through-hole components so that solder can flow. These tin guides will guide the solder to the seat of the tray opening, while also greatly improving the solder flowability.

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Wave soldering  tray 4

The tin slot at the tail of the tray allows the solder to flow smoothly back to the tin tank

The opening of the tray should be as large as possible to facilitate the flow of solder. This will reduce some of the welding defects, such as: short circuit and solder balls. At the same time, it is also beneficial to the solder filling of the through hole, because the large opening also means that there is more energy to enter the welding area.

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PCB Unloader \loader and Destacker from production to packaging.

PCB Unloader \loader and Destacker from production to packaging.

 

1. Purchase all kinds of materials according to order.

 

 

2.     Frame installation of the entire machine.

3. Installed power motor

4.      Install PLC control box.

5.    Install sensor and belt.

 

6.Install the cover

7.Install the LOGO

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8. Install the program and test the machine.

9 .Use PCB board to test machine.

10.Use a magazine test machine.


 


11. Aging operation week

 

 

12. Simple packing before shipment.

13. On the day of shipment, use the export wooden box vacuum packing,


 


 

 


 


 


 


 

 

 

 

14. Arrange forwarders to pick up the goods.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Four machines were shipped and shipped to the United States via freight forwarders.

 

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PCB board handling system Destacker Build Procedure

Destacker Build Procedure    SDM0029
Rev
A

 

 

1.    Obtain the proper shop packet and check order for build information. Pull all parts if any parts are missing,         fill out a shortage sheet and give a copy to the appropriate material coordinator.

 

2.    Pull the latest Electrical and Mechanical prints.

 

3.    The following procedure is for a 29″ Destacker. Attach leg and control box to main beam. Leg should be flush to         left side of main beam. Control box should be 3″ from right side of main beam. Attach width units to main beam,         4-3/8″ from either end square to main beam and Parallel to each other.

 

4.    The following procedure is for the 44″ and 58″ Destackers Attach leg and control box to main beam. Leg 7-5/8″ from     left end control box 7-5/8″ from right end. Attach width units to main beam 8.975″ from either end. Square to main         beam and parallel to each other.

 

5.    Attach rear rail to width supports parallel to main beam 3/8″ overhand from either end of main beam.

 

6.    Level conveyor from side to side and front to back, off rear rail

 

7.    Attach front rail to width supports. Match level to rear rail, especially front to back. Make parallel to rear rail. Make         ends even with rear rail.

8.    Install motors, pulleys, UHMW and belts on rails.

 

9.    Attach Destacker assy to rails

 

10.    Assemble valve pack assy and install

 

11.    Attach air input assy

 

12.    Attach front cover and wire into control box

 

13.    Run pneumatic lines, load program software and test.

 

14.    Complete check sheet, turn over to QC

 

 

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