The NXT requires part data the same as other Fuji machines and the most of part data settings are the same as other Fuji machines. One of the major areas where part data settings are different for the NXT machine versus other Fuji machines is the vision related settings. This chapter lists the part data settings used by the NXT and provides details on the settings that are different from other Fuji machines. For details on theThis is a machine control setting. settings that are the same as other machines, refer to the Fuji Flexa Reference Manual or the Fuji Flexa online help file (select the data item to check in the editor and then push F1 on the keyboard, and the help file displays the information about that item). The part data settings in this are broken down into three groups that correspond to the way the settings are grouped when using relational mode for part data in Fuji Flexa.
Part data is created and edited with Part Editor or if the part data is using relational mode, Part Number Editor, Shape Editor, and Package Editor. In addition, part templates are created and edited with Template Editor. Part data can be created manually, by importing data, or by using the New Part Wizard. For procedures on using these items, refer to the Fuji Flexa User Manual.
4.2 Part Data
The following list is the part data settings used by the NXT for part data.
The settings for items with an O in the “Chg” column can be changed in MEdit. The settings for items with an X in this column cannot be changed in MEdit.
4.2.1 Part data details
Specify the shape data that is used for the part.
Specify the package data that is used for the part.
Specify whether or not the part has polarity. A part is considered to have polarity when the part is not symmetrical, electrically and/or physically. If the part has no polarity, then a placement of 180 degrees opposite to the specified angle does not affect the board.
Specify how the part is oriented in the package compared to the direction the part was created in the shape library and zero orientation.
This is used by the placing machines for vision processing and placement.
Specify the barcode label for the feeder verification check if Fujitrax Verifier is used.
Enter a part comment.
Allow Multiple Slots
Specify whether or not to allocate the same part to multiple machines and feeders during line balancing and optimization.
Description: Specifies that it is possible to divide the part among multiple machines during line balancing. During optimization it is also possible that the part will be divided into multiple feeders during optimization.\
Description: Line balancer and Optimizer do not divide the part among multiple machines and feeders.
Note: The setting [Feeder Duplication] (NXT) has priority in optimization over [Allow Multiple Slots].
Limit Target Machines
Specify whether or not to limit this part to specific machines. If this setting is “No”, then the part can be allocated to any machine that can place the part. If this setting is “Yes”, then the part can only be allocated to one of the machines specified in the [Target Machine List]. The [Target Machine List] only displays if this setting is “Yes”.
Target Machine List
When the part is to be limited to specific machines only by changing the [Limit Target Machines] setting to “Yes”, then this setting is displayed and then machines to which the part can be allocated to must be specified here. Click the value cell for this setting twice and a [Select Machine Model] dialog box is displayed. Select the machines to which the part can be allocated and then click [OK].