rhysParticipantMarch 10, 2012 at 5:13 amPost count: 20
I’m working on the hardware for a two zone BGA rework controller based on the osPID. I’m a noob at arduino programming though. Anybody interested in helping with the necessary firmware changes?rhysParticipantMarch 11, 2012 at 10:18 pmPost count: 20
It’s all good. I think I can handle the backend portion of the modifications, it’s the UI I haven’t had time to dig into yet, and is probably going to need the most work. I’m kinda waiting till they roll the PID shield profiling code into the osPID code before I dig into modifying it too much. The profile functions are pretty important to my plans 🙂rhysParticipantNovember 7, 2012 at 4:54 pmPost count: 20
I’ve finally started to dig into this project, and I’m making progress. I have the second PID loop and most of the IO.h modifications completed, and the hardware design just needs a little more tweaking and it will be ready. I could still use some help with the onboard dash rewrite though if anyone is willing to help. I’ve started on it, but am stuggling a bit. The frontend looks like it shouldn’t be too difficult either, but I haven’t started on it yet.rabikaParticipantJuly 16, 2013 at 4:50 amPost count: 1
if you want to use v1.6 with your hardware, you’ll need to tell the firmware what it’s connecting to. you do this in io.h. at the top, there are a series of #define statements. un-comment the two that belong to your input & output cards, and comment out the rest. when you build the firmware it will ignore the code for the other io cards (e.g. the the input card with the 31855 chip,) and will keep the code that pertains to your cards.Bethany26ParticipantDecember 4, 2013 at 10:34 amPost count: 1
The main differences are rework stations heat source and heating. Take example only the heat upper or lower and upper, and then heating, some can set the temperature curve. Taking into account the protection of the components, the heating system, both upper and lower is better.hector16ParticipantNovember 10, 2015 at 10:15 amPost count: 1
The system is tool free, gas free, instantly/precisely controllable, clean, modular, upgradeable and produces 100% yield BGA rework without any complications. It provides the extremely high levels of profiling and process control necessary for the effective rework of even the most advanced packages, including SMDs, BGAs, CSPs, QFNs, Flipchips and is ready for 0201 and lead-free applications.Keon201ParticipantDecember 10, 2015 at 4:49 amPost count: 1
Everything is alright. I think I can handle the backend of modifying a user interface that does not have time to dig into it yet and probably will require more work. He could wait until roll profiles shield PID code in the code osPID Before I dig into it too much modification.CharliParticipantJanuary 20, 2016 at 12:00 pmPost count: 1
I’m happy to announce that the osPID is now officially back in stock at Rocket Scream. There have been some improvements to the hardware (usb micro instead of mini, louder buzzer, etc,) but mostly this was about getting a more reliable supply chain in place.
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