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Re: Robotics

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 04 10:12:16 EDT 2000 | pascal MATHIEU

go and see around the KUKA ,ADEPT and BOSCH brand they might be suitable for your project good luck bye bye

Re: Connector Insertion

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 13 17:56:01 EDT 2000 | David C.

Check out Robodyne Corp. We used them at Motorola, had some problems withthe Adept Software end of it, but the machine was capable.

Materials Management & IPO's

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 04 16:17:50 EDT 2002 | ksfacinelli

I am interested in recommendations for International Purchasing Organizations (IPO's) that would help in sourcing. The agencies should be adept in electronics acquisition in the far east. Please send recommendations off list to: ksfacinelli@yahoo.

Stencil Storage Solutions

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 18 14:38:07 EST 2008 | chef

Try asking your stencil supplier. One of mine recently gave me a sales pitch for something like you want. If you are mechanically adept and enjoyed Lincoln Logs, Erector Sets, Lego's, Panels and Girders toys then look at 8020.net. Extruded aluminum

Whats new in 3D AOI?

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 27 17:23:26 EDT 2017 | methos1979

PVasquez - thanks for this reply. Excellent information and much of what I was looking for. I was particularly happy to hear that there is similarity in the programming as I'm very adept at programming the the MV-3L we have. We would also be looking

Aegis Factory Logix

Electronics Forum | Fri May 08 17:34:09 EDT 2015 | dwkingcan

Feedback regarding Factory Logix NPI. This software is not as refined. The importing function for ODB++ files (typically the best CAD source files for creating programs and documentation) ignores vital elements for complete and accurate documentati

Odd form component placement

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 05 16:07:32 EST 2003 | Amol Kane

Hi, I am a Graduate student in SUNY Binghamton. I am currently working on an Odd Form Component Placement Machine Manufactured by Universal Instruments Name of the Machine is Vari-Cell II Flexible Assembly Workcell Model number 6515A This Machine ha

Odd Form Component Placement

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 05 16:08:27 EST 2003 | Amol Kane

Hi, I am a Graduate student in SUNY Binghamton. I am currently working on an Odd Form Component Placement Machine Manufactured by Universal Instruments Name of the Machine is Vari-Cell II Flexible Assembly Workcell Model number 6515A This Machine ha

Odd Form Component Placement

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 05 16:09:08 EST 2003 | Amol Kane

Hi, I am a Graduate student in SUNY Binghamton. I am currently working on an Odd Form Component Placement Machine Manufactured by Universal Instruments Name of the Machine is Vari-Cell II Flexible Assembly Workcell Model number 6515A This Machine ha

Re: Tin-Lead thickness on PWB's

Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 09:54:07 EDT 1998 | Justin Medernach

I'm reviewing my board fab spec. It calls for a minimum SnPb thickness of 50 microinches on HASL PWB's. I've looked at other specs that call out anything from 30 to 80 microinches, and others that just say the copper pad must be covered and solde

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