Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 12 14:19:23 EST 2010 | deltaservices
Hello Andrew, For programming a single Topaz or Emerald you need only the Cad2cad 1.5 (Freeware) With this program you can generate a VIOS.TXT file based on your position data. You import this in the machine and add your component and Fiducial d
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 26 17:16:24 EST 2010 | jlawson
If you have trouble also you can check out Valors vPlan, i have it running Yamaha YV100Xxg machines - they support Assembleon versions too. Can generate VIOS files from ALtium Input - either CAD DB files or ODB++ as Altium Designer supports this now.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 19 06:42:56 EDT 2012 | ekki511
Hello alltogether we have some old assembleon mashines here in hungary. Since some days we are fighting with our Eclipse. After started if we push the ready button appear the error code : L006:Tr.over current. Does anyone know what is Tr. ? Is this
Electronics Forum | Wed May 29 12:15:10 EDT 2013 | kevslatvin
Is this the CL or CLi feeders? I've always gotten mine from Assembleon. Mostly because I can't seem to ever find any used CLi ones when I need them, which is what we use. Seems to be plenty of used CLs around. You can browse thier webshop on thier w
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 04 11:37:30 EDT 2013 | trice1212
Afternoon SMTnet forum users, The Assembleon Opal-XII we use has been showing an error when ran at 100% speed. We talked to the tech in AZ and he believes we have a problem with our y-motors. We turned the speed down and haven't had the problem com
Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 21 09:02:38 EST 2016 | alexeis
Hi, We have developed solution, called QPlan, that is reading CAD (different formats), merging it with BOM (including check of BOM and compare exceptions), comparing with your history library of Assembleon/Philips, simulating SMT process with automa
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 12 11:29:45 EDT 2002 | saiwong
We are evaluating new placement equipment from > both Assembleon/Philips and Zevatech/Juki. I > would like to get comments, both pros and cons, > on anyone's experience with these > machines. > > Thanks in advance! Jon Juki is the best.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 27 00:36:14 EDT 2002 | Dreamsniper
We've done the same....Juki 2000 series versus Yamaha / Assembleon XT series....we found out that Juki is far better, more efficient, and easy to maintain...we bought 2020 last year and found that we made the right decision... Juki is the Best !!!