But that might also limit your choices and the price in material, especially if it should be ESD safe. I still need to figure out the best way to incorporate pins. When I designed my feeder blocks, one important aspect where the tray plates which allow to configure one tray for strips designed by phpbb given job with all the parts, be able to refill outside the machine and then replace the tray on the machine. If the feeder has two locating pins, it will go at the same position, so we need to do this only once per feeder. But everything you really need to know is that the outline dimensions of all JEDEC matrix trays are
For those few tall parts; I could still strips designed by phpbb them to the table with double sided tape or make an extra feeder which fits their height but is not as fancy. This is a modularity I miss in your design. Especially, if there are locating pins on the feeders, the feeders stay in place when you loose the holding bar, allowing changing only one. That being said, this is not about which design is better. Google [Bot] and 0 guests.
I think there will be cases where you might want to have two tapes in a single holder, so I'm going to try to include a pin at each end. With my feeder, the screws which hold down the tape need adjustment from time to time. I think black will be by far the cheapest ESD-safe plastic. Or are you willing to share the source files? I liked the way you used pins to hold modules in place, but wasn't sure how to make that work with injection molded parts.
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