UNIVERSAL 4797 SMTpart - AI Part

UNIVERSAL 4797 SMTpart - AI Part
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: 2012-12-12 01:07:09
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Index to Transfer
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Feed-Only
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Select one or more steps for no continuity.
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From the Steps window:
Steps > No Continuity
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The steps selected for no continuity are displayed or highlighted in blue and are labeled as No Continuity steps.
Ignore Continuity
Use the Ignore Continuity option as a method to dry cycle the machine so that when the machine is run, continuity is not checked. Typically, ignore continuity is performed with the head off. For sequencing machines, compo-nents are dispensed onto the sequencing chain.
The Product Editor does not allow certain steps to be set for ignore continu-ity. These steps include:
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Index
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Index to Transfer
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Feed-Only

. Park To set steps for ignore continuity:
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Select one or more steps to set for ignore continuity.
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From the Steps window:
Steps > Ignore Continuity
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The steps selected for ignore continuity are displayed or highlighted in pink and are labeled as Ignore Continuity steps.
Enable
Use the Enable option to enable any selected bypassed steps in the steps list.

Considerations: Only bypassed steps can be enabled.
To enable a step:
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Select one or more bypassed steps to enable from the steps list.
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From the Steps window:
Steps > Enable
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The steps selected for enable are displayed in their original color.
If a component has been set for bypass, no continuity, or ignore continuity (from the Component menu bar heading of the Product Editor window), and a step of that component is enabled, the component is enabled. However, all other steps of that component remain at their current state. For example, if component diode-axial is bypassed, and one step of diode-axial is enabled, all other steps of diode-axial remain bypassed. A message similar to the following is displayed when enabling a step.

If a circuit has been set for bypass, no continuity, or ignore continuity (from the Circuit menu bar heading of the Circuit List window), and a step from that circuit is enabled, the circuit is enabled. However, all other steps from that circuit remain at their current state. For example, if offset 2 is set for no continuity, and one step of offset 2 is enabled, all other steps of offset 2 remain set for no continuity. A message similar to the following is displayed when enabling a step.
Sort
Use the Sort option to sort selected steps by selected parameters. The steps can be sorted in ascending (1, 2, 3, ...) or descending (4, 3, 2, ...) order. Refer to the Sort topic later in this module.
This option changes the order of how the components are inserted on the board.
Components insertions can be sorted as follows.
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X Coordinate: Sorts by the X coordinate value as defined in the Insertion List window. The secondary sort is by the Y coordinate.
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Y Coordinate: Sorts by the Y coordinate value as defined in the Insertion List window. The secondary sort is by the X coordinate.
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Circuit: Sorts by the circuit number.
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Height: Sorts by the component height from smallest to largest as defined in the component database.
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Theta: Sorts by the theta value of the component insertion as defined in the Insertion List window.
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Hole Span: Sorts by the hole span value of the component insertion as defined in the Insertion List window.
To sort steps in the steps list:
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Select the steps to be sorted.

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From the Steps window:
Steps > Sort
A second pulldown menu displays the sort choices.
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Select the sort parameters. A warning message indicating that the step order will change is displayed.
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Select Yes to sort the selected steps. The steps list is rearranged ac-cording to the sort parameters.
Select No to cancel the sort.
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A message similar to the following is displayed indicating the sort is done.
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Select OK.
Select All
Use the Select All option to select all steps (including insertion and special steps) in the steps list.
To select all steps in the steps list:
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Steps > Select All
All steps in steps list are selected. The steps are now ready for another option such as sort.
DeSelect All

Use the DeSelect All option to deselect all selected steps in the steps list. To deselect all selected steps:
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Steps > DeSelect All
Any selected steps are now deselected.
Select Invalid
Use the Select Invalid option to select all steps that are invalid in the Steps window. An invalid step is defined as a step that is not positioned after the correct index step. These steps are displayed in red. A step becomes valid (and is displayed in black) when it is positioned correctly, by adding index steps, moving index steps, or changing dispense head assignments.
To select all invalid steps:
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Steps > Select Invalid
All invalid steps are selected and highlighted in red.

Recover From Invalid Step
If a step is invalid, it is displayed in red in the step list. To recover from an invalid step:
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Select the invalid step line. The step data is displayed in the data fields at the top of the step list and a message is displayed indicating why the step data is invalid. The following example shows the step cannot be performed at the defined table rotation.
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Move the cursor to the data field with the invalid data. Valid values are displayed in the pop-up dialog box.
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Change the data to reflect valid values.
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Push [Enter]. If the modified data is acceptable, a message indicates the step was successfully altered.

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Select OK to clear the message. The invalid step line should now be displayed in black in the step list.
Print
Use the Print option to print the steps list information to the default printer.
Special Steps
Use the Special Steps menu bar heading to delete or add special steps into the steps list.
Delete
Use the Delete option to remove steps from the steps list.
Considerations: Only special steps can be removed. Insertion steps cannot
be removed using the Delete option.

To delete special steps:
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Select one or more steps to delete in the steps list.
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From the Steps window:
Special Steps > Delete
A confirmation message is displayed.
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Select Yes to delete the selected steps. A message indicates the delete operation was successful.
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Select OK.
Add
Use the Add option to insert steps into the steps list. The following types of steps can be added to the steps list.
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Index
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Index to Transfer
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Park
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