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Assembleon AX-5 & ACM

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 02 09:50:46 EST 2004 | Axl

For anyone who is currently running these machines I would like to get some feedback (positive and negative) on them. How do they run in a production enviorment? Is the modular machine (AX-5) a pain in the ass to get a board out of when its stuck in

ASSEMBLEON AX-5

Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 29 13:17:24 EST 2008 | exman

ASSEMBLEON AX-5 ax-5 having problem with pickup problem when the head placement try to pickup the component on the feeder the toolbit will fall off eventdo teach the part center very good but when they pickup it off about one inch happent on ly robot

ASSEMBLEON AX-5

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 28 13:00:56 EDT 2008 | exman

ax-5 having problem with pickup problem when the head placement try to pickup the component on the feeder the toolbit will fall off eventdo teach the part center very good but when they pickup it off about one inch happent on ly robot #1 the rest of

type of machine

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 14 04:25:20 EST 2006 | Rob

I wouldn't go with the AX-5 - it's overkill. To make a board in high volume that sounds that simple is a job for a second user chipshooter (Fuji or Pana)as the first reply mentioned. Stay away from FCM1's. I'm sure the AX-5 is a great machine, but

type of machine

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 09 08:11:19 EST 2006 | jax

Take a look at Assembleon. The AX-5, similar to the older FCM, is ideal for running smaller PCB's and has one, if not the fastest IPC board speeds in the market. Something else to think about is to purchase a line. If this is an option, many equipme

High output line advice

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 20 04:21:30 EST 2007 | Base

According to my assumptions you're looking for a 40kCph line. (300 days of 8hrs at 75% efficiency) What's the parts mix? I would say (and these are my favourites) Assembl�on AX-5 with 10 wide robots. This will give you 50k output with the ability to

SMT Assembly Line

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 08 05:58:39 EDT 2006 | Base

Hi Efren, Did some simple math... - 100k units/month - 24 days/month - 16 hrs/day - 75% efficiency (ballpark questimate) You'll be looking at a line that does a bit more 50kCmp/hr with an IC/TH placer that does 3.5kCmp/hr (assuming 10 IC's /TH conn

Automate Through hole assembly

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 25 09:51:24 EDT 2004 | Robert Ressler

Michael - Hello, you may also want to consider Panasonic JV - jumper (variable insertion pitch) - excellet machine AX - axial (fixed 5mm insertion pitch) - excellent machine AV - axial (variable insertion pitch) - fair machine RH - radial (various

type of machine

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 14 03:57:43 EST 2006 | Base

Hey Peter, Did some simple math... 800.000PCB's x 20cmp = 1.6million placements 8hrs/day * 22 days/month = 176 hrs You're looking at over 90kCph fulltime! I'd say go with an AX-5 as JAX suggested. Given the product you described you could reach s

Siemens/Tecnomatix Assembly Expert 7.3.0 problem

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 10 08:33:08 EST 2008 | lkpdsund

Hello! I have a problem with Assembly Expert 7.3.0. During optimization of the assembleon AX5 an error occurs; The program seems to have a problem connecting the machine library with the component library (device.lib). Even though I have defined th

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