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Re: SMT and TH board carrier

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 01 13:58:10 EDT 1999 | Dave F

Is it feasible to have one type of board carriers to take boards thru 1) glue curing process for first side and 2)invert carriers with boards, and 3)reflowing second side, and 4) do manual stuffing of th components and 5) take them thru selective w

SMT and TH board carrier

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 27 10:25:52 EDT 1999 | Matthew Park

Is it feasible to have one type of board carriers to take boards thru 1) glue curing process for first side and 2)invert carriers with boards, and 3)reflowing second side, and 4) do manual stuffing of th components and 5) take them thru selective wav

Low cost automatic pick and place

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 26 08:30:10 EST 2010 | davef

Low cost prototyping * TWS Automation Quadra [www.tws-automation.com 39 0585 634758] * Versatronic RV4 [VSMT Solutions Ltd; 6 Dean Way, Aston Clinton, Aylesbury HP22 5GB, Buckinghamshire; 01296 630341 F01296 632144 http://www.vsmt.co.uk; David Clemen

Low cost automatic pick and place

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 18 14:42:38 EST 2010 | djsmith1000

Hi everyone, First post here. I am completely new to smt as well. We are a small startup and would like improve our in-house smt assembly capability from manual assembly. We are looking at small production runs, initially about a total of 200 board

ultra low cost pick and place?

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 12 19:48:47 EDT 2010 | bootstrap

I like what you're doing. 20 years ago anyone, hobbyists and tiny garage-shop companies could create electronics devices just as sophisticated and cool as big corporations. Today, SMT has largely trashed the creativity (and competition) that existe

cost analysis: Manual vs. Auto insertion pick and place

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 04 12:53:15 EDT 2006 | pemea1

Is there a cost analysis? How can a small business (4 employees) compare small lot sizes with companies who have auto insert. machines?

cost analysis: Manual vs. Auto insertion pick and place

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 07 04:06:36 EDT 2006 | Rob

Also company B may have far higher overheads to support - sales guys, directors, accountants etc. They may also be set up for longer runs so as Ms Chunks previously mentions, the set up & teardowns would also incur the opportunity cost of not being

cost analysis: Manual vs. Auto insertion pick and place

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 04 13:33:15 EDT 2006 | Chunks

Hi Phil, It all depends on your product. You say small lot sizes, but are your board 20 by 20 inches in size with 5K parts both top and bottom? If so then even building 3 of these could take you days to build. Then take you weeks to trouble shoot

Need low cost pick and place machine for limited production

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 11 18:15:11 EDT 2009 | ysutariya

Have you looked into Sipad? They will pre-paste your BGA and other component areas with solderpaste that has an adhesive on it. You can then hand place your components and run through a reflow. Here's their site: http://www.sipad.com/

Need low cost pick and place machine for limited production

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 12 08:41:34 EDT 2009 | dwl

Hand placing 200,000-400,000 components, including BGA's a month does NOT sound like fun....

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