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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

SMT Machines

Electronics Forum | Thu May 26 14:20:51 EDT 2005 | Clark Griswold

Hey Vinit, Enough with the sales pitch already. Assembleon cannot even sell Yamaha machines in Korea. Yamaha sells direct in all of Asia.

operators on setup

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 27 15:09:08 EDT 2004 | Charlie

Hello, Take a look at some of the automatic tooling options that are available. These can dramatically reduce changeover time. These systems are available through many of the equipment manufactures like DEK, Ekra, Universal, Assembleon and others.

Multilingual software Pnp

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 14 04:42:18 EDT 2004 | Base

I know that Assembleon offers the entire CE-collection (EN, FR, GER, NL, SP, IT, etc...) on their A-series including the dominant Asian languages and including Turkish.

Topaz tray feeder

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 17 09:05:55 EST 2004 | adlsmt

Has anyone designed a Topaz matrix tray holder? We only need something to hold 4 trays and the Assembleon system is expensive and marginal. We can do it here but if someone else has done it would be happy to share the engineering costs to get some dr

Surface mount Machines

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 25 12:59:53 EST 2005 | Andrew Smith

Brad, You may want to give some of my customers a call in reference to the Assembleon machines. The newer style of P&P have windows NT which is much user friendly than the earlier generation. You can always drop a line back if your interested in

Philips LCS Vacuum Pads

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 20 10:28:34 EDT 2005 | James

Anyone know of a place to get the vacuum pads for the traverser of the LCS units? Assembleon want over $100 each for a ring of ESD foam! ! ! ! If I can't find a reasonable source I guess I will try to make them myself. James jseagle@zworld.com


Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 27 16:45:26 EDT 2005 | adlsmt

Same question here. The Agilis feeders look like they would work great and be super fast to set up. We spend more time loading feeders than we do running machines. Do these feeders really work as good as Mydata says they do??

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