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QFP's coplanarity issues
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Nadia

We are using a Panasonic MPAV2 to place some QFP's. Can someone please help me with a problem we are having with coplanarity!
The machine is "dropping" parts due to coplanarity issues.
What settings should we be looking at in order to eliminate the machine (nozzle, vacuum, etc) as a cause? In other words, how can we assure the part vendor that it is their problem (from the factory) and not ours.
THANKS!
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Giovanni Romanelli

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