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7. Asycube Configuration


Fig. 219 Asycube Configuration overview

This part is also quite similar to what you would do with a single part so we’ll highlight only the differences here. For a detailed explanation, see 7. Asycube Configuration.

7.1 Platform Tuning

If the concept of platform vibration tuning does not change fundamentally, there are a few differences to be aware of. First off, the Smart Centering vibration is not available as the Asycubes are not physically capable of centering parts in each side independently. Lastly, it may be difficult to tune the vibrations optimally for both parts at the same time. It implies using dualfeeding has a performance limit when compared to having a single part on the Asycube.

7.2 Hopper Tuning

Since you are using the dualfeeding feature, you need to tune the vibrations for both your hoppers instead of just one. The tuning process stays the same, but you will now have the ability to select and tune the hopper for each part using the corresponding tab at the top of this page.


Fig. 220 DualFeeding - Hopper Tuning


Using the EYE+ Controller outputs require an additional cable that can be ordered from Asyril.


You cannot select the same hopper for both parts.

7.3 Vibration Sequence

See 7.3 Vibration Sequence.