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Recomendations? Fuji CP7 or Univ HSP4797?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 09 16:43:18 EDT 2004 | Sam

If pure speed is the main requirement then I would still not go with Turrent technolgy machines. The FCM from Assembleon (Now AX) is the fastest machine in the industry and consumes much less floor space then any Turret. Gantry machines such as Siem

Help needed for choosing chipshooter

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 23 14:46:11 EDT 2004 | ricardof

Agree with MKE, some reconditioned CP6 machines would be fine for you if you want bombproof equipment and low operation cost, but no flexibilty at all, unless you have small assys with few part numbers, If you want more felxibility, GSMs are OK, easy

cellular phone assembly

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 24 05:34:12 EDT 2004 | FengAng

Hi Rob, I don't think you're so right about this thing. In China, there're so many companies that are using the most advanced equipments in the world. Machines using in Europe can also be found in China. In my company, we have the equipments like S

What do you thing about new NXT

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 14 07:45:56 EDT 2004 | Steven

Hi, It is nice with a flexible machine. But what is the cost? It sounds so nice when you see a demonstration or the alike. What I have heard about the NXT model is that if the boards becomes wider than 210mm or so, the performens drops whit about 5

Siemens Nozzle Cleaner

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 13 05:29:08 EST 2006 | hitechsc

Hi just to clear a few things, We produce the nozzles and the parts are manufactured in two stages, CIM and plastic injection moulded, we designed the rear end of the ceramic tip with spikes so when the secondary operation on plastic over mould the p

Need a Feeder Engineer

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 03 12:55:31 EST 2005 | dru_wells

We seek the following. Any referrals would be appreciated. Responsible for the complete development of unique feeders that present custom metal stampings and connector products for pickup by industry standard placement machines. The parts will be i

Connector placement

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 28 06:53:21 EDT 2005 | Rob

Hi, Have you looked at Siemens F4 & F5? Regarding PMJ from experience I'd steer well clear (i.e. initial cost, flexibility, cost to add functionality at a later date), however a good second user or remanufactured GSM makes a good odd form placer & i

X/Y & Turrets

Electronics Forum | Tue May 31 09:24:22 EDT 2005 | Rob

Surely the next stage would be to anchor the head & pick & place at the same time cutting out the time lost in movement, then add rotating nozzle windmills to speed up nozzle selection.... I'm just remembering all the nasty things reps said in the p

smt scrap reduction

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 06 10:14:05 EDT 2005 | stepheniii

The biggest most important overall factor I have seen is the personel running and looking after the equipment. Any plan not involving them will probably not be effective. The front line people can probably tell you more than you can tell them. I hav

tape splicing pros and cons

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 16 00:45:19 EDT 2006 | Richard Robins-Bird

Not all splicing tapes require the use of specialist tooling or splicing plates to make a join. Please see wwww.fujismt.com where a complete range of SMT splicing tapes (Joint Tapes) can be found for use with chip mounters such as Assembleon, Europla


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