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New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 09 18:51:05 EST 2006 | grantp

Hi, I have used both MYDATA TP9, MY9 and more recently MY12. MYDATA machines are just not accurate, and we did everything possible, and every kind of upgrade they had. We ended up putting in Fuji XP based machines, and the differences are very notic

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Sat May 08 08:35:30 EDT 2004 | Grant Petty

Hi, Thanks for the info, and that's the kind of info I am looking for. We need very high reliability, and machines that constantly work at high speed for long periods of time without constant feeder and placement issues. We are finding some issues w

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Tue May 11 09:50:04 EDT 2004 | vickt

Grant,You should take a look around at all of the alternatives out there. There are many fine solutions from every SMT assembly vendor. Fuji is not the only game in town. You should not purchase on name brand alone. If you are considering the CP-7, I

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Wed May 19 16:57:08 EDT 2004 | ricardof

We have in our facilities in Mexico more than 150 FUJI machines (CPs, IPs, QPs, GPs), they're in fact Bombproof, but it is not amazing to do that with 1206, SOTs on SOPs, we just feel a kind of disappointed with that 10K hours service, that means yo

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 15 19:11:14 EDT 2004 | grayman

Hi, This discussion is really getting long. Fuji and other high speed mounter is great and better than small flexible mounter when it comes to speed.But, I rather suggest a modular mounter specially for subcon companies. Let say we combined 2 or 3 m

BGA's and the Fuji IP2

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 11 18:00:34 EDT 2002 | jax

Tony, Do an archive search for "lizard". Some times all you really need is a lizard tongue. No machine is complete without one.

BGA's and the Fuji IP2

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 15 17:35:42 EDT 2002 | davef

Micro BGA � (�BGA�). A Tessera brand name for a fine [0.5 mm and 0.75 mm solder ball] pitch BGA.

Fuji CP4 and 0402 placement

Electronics Forum | Fri May 23 07:07:39 EDT 2003 | qp1

Please your comments for placing 0402 on CP4? Which are the difficulties to expect and how to threat them? How to adapt the feeders for the smaller interdistance of the tape?? Thanks

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Fri May 07 02:27:57 EDT 2004 | Grant Petty

Hi, They do what we need component wise, however I was wondering if anyone had info on reliability, ease of programming. We are looking XP 142 and 242 series chip shooters and fine pitch placers. Regards, Grant Blackmagic Design

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 04 10:19:30 EDT 2004 | gregf912

Your autmated system fired back to me that you have been bombarded with mail on this subject. I am sure you have. You can get my address by going to my website at WWW.ATS-SMT.COM from there we can discuss the issue in more detail.

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