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BOARD SUPPORT TOOLING MODULE INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 15 BOARD SUPPORT TOOLING MODULE
INTRODUCTION The following board support tooling options are available for the machine: • • • • Tooling Platen Magnetic Support Pillars (standard) Vacuum Box Tooling (optional) Dedicated Tooling Plate (optional) ProFlow Stencil Support (optional)

The tooling platen is the basic tooling module fitted to themachine rising table. The following tooling options are fitted on the tooling plate: • • • • Magnetic Support Pillars Vacuum Box Tooling Dedicated Tooling Plate ProFlow Stencil Support

Vacuum box and Dedicated Tooling Plate tooling are located on the tooling platen by dowel holes. Magnetic support pins (see drawing below) and ProFlow stencil support are magnetically secured to the tooling plate.Below the tooling platen are the stand-off pillars that secure and support the platen above the rising table top.

Figure 15-1 Tooling Platen

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BOARD SUPPORT TOOLING MODULE INTRODUCTION

System Description

The various tooling support options are described separately in this chapter. The specifications for the options aretabulated below. NOTE Customers are advised to contact DEK Customer Support before developing thier own tooling modules for this machine. Tooling developed for other machines MUST NOT be used on the Vista machine. Vista tooling can only be 42.6mm high. DEK can advise on developing any of the tooling in the table below, however, the only tooling currently available is the Magnetic Support Pillars.Tooling Magnetic Support Pillars Vacuum Box Dedicated Tooling Plate ProFlow Stencil Support PCB Support Magnetic Pins Vacuum Box Flat Plate Magnetic Support Pin Diameter 19mm (0.75") N/A N/A N/A Remarks Manual Changeover Manual Changeover Dedicated to a specific board size, manual changeover Manual Changeover

CAUTION CAMERA DAMAGE. Do not leave any unused tooling on the rising table in

the areabehind the rear rail. If any object is left on the rising table outside the board printing area, it could collide with the camera carriage as the rising table moves to print height.

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BOARD SUPPORT TOOLING MODULE MAGNETIC SUPPORT PILLARS

MAGNETIC SUPPORT PILLARS The magnetic support pillars are positioned on the tooling platenby the operator. These pillars can be positioned anywhere under the board to provide board support.

Figure 15-2 Magnetic Support Pillars

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BOARD SUPPORT TOOLING MODULE VACUUM BOX TOOLING

VACUUM BOX TOOLING The vacuum box is manufactured to the same height as the magnetic pins irrespective of the thickness of the board beingprinted. The vacuum boxes can be constructed without top or bottom plates to allow for additional pin support of the board. Provision for machining of top plates to accommodate underside components is available. The box is located on the table by means of dowels.
Nominal Board Length - 4mm (2mm overhang of board, each end)

Insert Magnetic Pins in this area as required

Nominal Board Width -12mm (6mm overhang of board, each end)

36mm Vacuum Hole

Plan View of Vacuum Box NOTE 2 Front Dowel Pins (3mm diameter) 80mm Front View of Vacuum Box NOTE View showing board positioned on Vacuum Box 2.5mm Left Side View of Vacuum Box View of Vacuum Box +0.00mm 42.6mm -0.05mm

Board

Vacuum Box Fitted to the Machine Table (Left Side View)

Figure 15-3 Vacuum Box Tooling

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BOARD SUPPORT TOOLING MODULE DEDICATED TOOLING SYSTEM

DEDICATED TOOLING SYSTEM The dedicated tooling system is a 3-piece construction comprising a plate assembly which locates on a tooling tower and magnetic support pins that provide support under the plate assembly when accommodating wide boards. The system is manufactured to provide board...
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