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UPS on a pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 05 09:12:34 EDT 2003 | caldon

All of our PNP machine run on UPS back up. Though our machine controller is Dos and failry stable it is integrated with Windows NT who does not like to be prematurley shut down. We get a window of about 4 hours from the UPS. Remember this is just o

Multi-part reeling for pick and place

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 16 11:12:15 EDT 2004 | pr

I agree with Russ, sounds like a golden oppty, for wrong part placement. You may look into dedicating certain feeder locations (high running common parts) so that they won't need to be changed after each job. It can affect tact time but in low volume

pick and place made in China

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 19 15:55:28 EST 2017 | emeto

Please, don't go this route. It will be not the machine that you expect. If it is Chinese good machine, you should be able to find distributor close by, if it is a clone of a well known machine, they will have problems selling it to you. Man Corp and

Re: Tabletop pick and place equipment selection

Electronics Forum | Fri May 28 15:01:02 EDT 1999 | Tony

Has anyone had experience with prototype-scale, table top Placemax and/or Manncorp pick and place equipment? If so, what has been your experience with the machines? Are they reliable? Did they meet all your needs? Which needs didn't they fill?

BGA dead bug pick and place

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 30 09:43:01 EST 2002 | gregp

Larger tighter spaced balls will present a problem in sealing the vacuum cup. There will be more leakage in this case. It really depends upon the application. The BGA you mention should not be a major concern. The bigger problems are with bigger

BGA dead bug pick and place

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 18 11:31:17 EDT 2004 | gregp

I think it depends on the thickness of the PORON sheet. For .3mm balls you could probably get away with a pretty thin sheet (maybe 1/16"). I don't know how thin it comes offhand. For the part you are describing I woulf try maybe a 3.5mm OD and a 1

UPS on a pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 05 12:05:20 EDT 2003 | dougt

It looks like I could setup a UPS on this machine one of two ways. The first would be a 3 phase, 208V UPS in series with the machine (sounds big and expensive). The second is a single phase 208V UPS to just the 2 computers. I have a safety concern

Multi-part reeling for pick and place

Electronics Forum | Sun Jul 18 14:01:25 EDT 2004 | KEN

Unfortunately, smt machines are not like TH sequencers. But, that is in their favor. Multiple reels, multiple part types, many positions = very flexible. Offline setup is paramount to line utilization. Remember, you only make money when the machi

Multi-part reeling for pick and place

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 19 09:05:56 EDT 2004 | Stockley

Chris, it was cunning of you to think of this sequencing solution, but speaking from my lofty position of King of the Workaround, I can only suggest this - forget it. Sorry to be blunt about it but you've said that your operators aren't motivated, al

Advice on used pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 09 18:40:43 EDT 2006 | darby

Seeing you are already using Quad; I'd look at a Samsung CP-45V. I believe your feeders will be compatible but please cheeck to make sure! These are a six head, on the fly machine that will do just about anything you want apart from gripper applicat


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