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AOI for high mix low -mid volumes

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 16 15:22:27 EDT 1999 | SMTASSY

We are currently looking at purchasing an AOI equipment but would like facts from present users of such equipment. Our envirronment is as followed, - Runs from proto to 5000 boards of the same type. - 20% PTH, 60% Mixed (with some BGA) and the rest

Dual lane vs. single lane feeders for high mix

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 11 14:09:58 EST 2017 | deanm

Some pick and place machine manufacturers offer dual lane feeders which may double the machine's feeder capacity. What are the pros/cons of using dual lane feeders in a high mix environment? Are they just for 8mm? Thanks!

DEK265 or DEK260 for high mix low volume ???

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 17 14:32:53 EST 2006 | gipos

Hi all, The question for experienced operators: DEK 260 or DEK 265, which one is more suitable for high mix low volume to mate Juki 700 series line ? Is there any specific known issues regarding service, operation, repeatability... ? We have target

Dual lane vs. single lane feeders for high mix

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 13 08:25:37 EST 2017 | emeto

Another aspect is the maintenance and repair of the feeders. When a bank of 10 feeders goes bad, you lose 10 positions right away. Even if you have spares, now you have to move 10 parts instead of 1. Very often you will have only one bad slot, and no

Dual lane vs. single lane feeders for high mix

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 11 19:28:51 EST 2017 | spoiltforchoice

That's not really the point of dual lane feeders. As a general rule having a dual lane 8mm feeder means the machines "slots" are actually 16mm, dual lanes on a 8mm feeder helps keep the overall lane density of a machine higher, its much easier to bui

Dual lane vs. single lane feeders for high mix

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 12 11:46:50 EST 2017 | emeto

Single feeders will always be your top choice. Any kind of package feeders will create issues in future. I used to have them in 10s, 8ths, 6es, 3s, 2s and the more they are the worst.

Dual lane vs. single lane feeders for high mix

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 13 11:02:15 EST 2017 | dleeper

DeanM, What make/model of machines are you considering? As is evident by the feedback, your mileage varies greatly depending on who's' machines your using.

One Piece Flow ( high mix low volume)

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 30 13:45:11 EDT 2012 | rway

JimnHky is pretty much spot on. We have a high mix low volume line of products (most anyways). We have experimented with lean quite a bit, and have achieved single piece flow on our most voluminous product. In fact, this is where I would recommend

One Piece Flow ( high mix low volume)

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 27 08:02:18 EDT 2012 | jim_n_hky

We are in a similar situation with high mix low volume production. We are also using lean principles and the one piece flow mantra is always the target. In our plant though, we have not been able to achieve it. The guys who want one piece flow mostly

Dual lane vs. single lane feeders for high mix

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 12 12:03:39 EST 2017 | dleeper

A lot of it depends on what machines you are using and how well they implement dual lane feeders. A few general comparisons: Pros: -You can fit more feeders on your machines. -One dual lane feeder is cheaper than two single lane feeders Cons: -two

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