Electronics Forum: placement and problem and fuji (Page 2 of 9)

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Mon May 10 22:59:42 EDT 2004 | Grant Petty

Hi, Thanks for the info, and we are considering a CP7, as if we are going to spend the money, we might as well go all the way and get the speed. However I have seen some video of them operating, but am yet to see one. What is the placement accuracy

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 12 10:24:22 EDT 2004 | sdsmt

i worked with cp6s in 1995 and 1996. we always had missing part problems that was machine related. we had to inspect every board for missing parts. it was a disaster, imho, but i expect a chipshooter to consistently load chips. otherwise, it was

Re: Siemens HS50 and F5 and S25

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 06 23:12:09 EST 2000 | Brad

Chris, Have you considered Fuji? The robustness of Fuji is proven. I have recently done floor space analysis and cost per placement/sqr foot studies. I have also performed ROI studies on these machines. The new CP7 machine from Fuji outperforms th

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 17 05:02:33 EST 2006 | grantp

Hi, I was replying to this thread appearing suddenly. However I have run both machines, and I paid for them myself because I run my own company, and so the choices I made, I personally had to pay for. Also, anyone who's been on this forum for a whi

Re: Siemens HS50 and F5 and S25

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 27 19:00:52 EST 2000 | Christopher Noonan

When the are up and running they are hard to beat, but when they go down they go down hard. Keep field service close. Don't get me wrong they're great machines and the company I used to work for had some of the first machines available. I come fro

lead free and tombstoning

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 17 09:02:21 EST 2006 | russ

proper pad geometries, accurate placement, and good reflow profile. Are you having problems right now?

Skewed and popped components

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 24 08:34:57 EDT 2003 | stefwitt

Even when you run a board several times, the machine may not make the same travel path every time. This in itself does not create a problem, but the vacuum on the nozzles could be different, dependent on the configuration of components on the heads.

Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Wed May 09 12:07:52 EDT 2001 | caldon

My personal favorite is the Siemens F series and the UIC GSM platform. Both Siemens and UIC have awesome resources for csp, flipchip and baredie processing - Siemens= Dan Baldwin from GaTech; UIC = George Westby from UIC labs. My second choice would

Touch-up and Inspection Process

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 01 13:51:23 EST 2005 | pjc

pr is 100% correct, can't have visual inspectors touching up for the reason he states. I have always seen that- when in doubt they will always "touch up". Touching up is always a bad thing. Looks like you have some problems that need fixing to elimin

SMT optimization and improvement

Electronics Forum | Wed May 31 21:33:52 EDT 2006 | jacksaria

Hello jbrower, Thank you for the feedback. Actually, our main problems is the pick and throw. Whats your suggestion how to control the pick and throw?What are the factors that affecting pick and throw?How to reduce the sources of variance at each st


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