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SMT Machine

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 04 20:24:49 EST 2002 | pychan

I would like to know : 1. Is the Assembleon GEM Topaz X-II SF is same as Yamaha YV100 II or YV 100 x Thanks fo your information

SMT Machine

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 04 20:40:05 EST 2002 | jonfox

To the best of my knowledge from some fellow field guys who used to work for Phillips, yes. Yamaha still makes the machines for Assembleon's GEM line.

CAM Software

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 21 17:24:50 EST 2003 | Robert Culpepepr

Does anyone have any experience with CAM software used on Assembleon (Philips) Gem equipment? I'm looking for something that doe's it all, Imports CAD, Provides Documentation, Line Balance, Placement Optimization and (LAN) Machine Communications. An

CAM Software

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 22 12:21:33 EST 2003 | jersbo

I currently use circuitCam and it works well for ("Imports CAD, Provides Documentation, Line Balance, Placement Optimization") I dont use it for ("(LAN) Machine Communications") Philips(assembleon) has whats called PPS which you also may want to chec

Samsung Placement Machines

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 04 12:01:03 EDT 2003 | bcceng

I am currently a Samsung user and have been a Philips User (TOPAZ). I have more and better things to talk about Philips platform than Samsung. Have you looked at Assembleon(PHILIPS)? Thanks

Assembleon AX-5 & ACM

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 02 09:50:46 EST 2004 | Axl

For anyone who is currently running these machines I would like to get some feedback (positive and negative) on them. How do they run in a production enviorment? Is the modular machine (AX-5) a pain in the ass to get a board out of when its stuck in

HighMixLowVolume P&P Equipment selection

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 27 14:32:37 EST 2004 | fritschusa

Assembleon machines are extrememly flexible and adaptable. Their service / tech support is outstanding. I consider them a leader in our industry. My shop is low/mid volume high mix. I have kits of 1 to 10,000. 0201 to 56mm^2.

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 04 12:17:32 EDT 2004 | dgjjr

Assembleon has/had a service engineer based in Portland. I haven't worked for them for about 3 years so I can't verify if he is still there. They also have a few guys based in Northern Cal.

need new sm line

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 19 02:12:44 EDT 2004 | vinitverma

I feel the TopazXIIs or the Opal XIIs (both from Assembleon) should be the perfect fit with low cost and high productivity/capability/flexibility. Regards Vinit

SMT Machines

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 30 05:21:04 EDT 2004 | vinitverma

I would also like to add some more features of Assembleon XII platform. You had mentined that you already have GSM machine whose feeders could be used if you buy a new GSM machine. Assembleon XII machines such as Opal XII, can use GSM feeders as we

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