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low cost SMT line

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 19 11:40:40 EST 2011 | ravo

Hi everybody, I am here seeking your experience and asking your help, I want to update our SMT production line as I already hace FUJI CP6 and QP242 machines beside GL2 and oven our new product including 60 components 0402 (1mm*0.5mm ) and 2 BGAs w

Low cost prototyping machines

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 21 10:40:02 EDT 2005 | gregp

ouch! Don't hold anything back Rob. Have you looked at Essemtec? If you are in the UK the distributor is Contax. They have several models that might fit the bill for your prototyping needs.

Low cost prototyping machines

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 23 22:57:32 EDT 2005 | grantp

Hi, That's expensive, and perhaps the MYDATA answer is not that far off if you get one of the TP9 models, which can be picked up for $40K or so. They use the modern feeders, and place only 1 component at a time, so will do ok on prototypes. As it's

low cost SMT production line

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 17 09:35:16 EST 2011 | ravo

Hi everybody, I am here seeking your experience and asking your help, I want to update our SMT production line as I already hace FUJI CP6 and QP242 machines beside GL2 and oven our new product including 60 components 0402 (1mm*0.5mm ) and 2 BGAs w

Ultra low cost pick & place?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 04 07:15:53 EDT 2008 | base

Hi LoCostPP, Sounds to me you are moving towards an Open Source development model. What you might want to do is come up with a robust framework (hardware & software) to which anyone who wishes to take part can develop (and market) their own plugins

Ultra low cost pick & place?

Electronics Forum | Fri May 16 16:09:10 EDT 2008 | jmelson

Hmm, interesting. My Philips CSM84 weighs 1600 Lbs or so, and it bounces around quite a bit when moving. It doesn't really move very fast, maybe 2 M/sec tops, and 3600 CPH is about all you really get unless the feeder is right across from the compo

Ultra low cost pick & place?

Electronics Forum | Fri May 30 12:41:39 EDT 2008 | severs

I say that there is a market... The question is this: -How big is the market? -Is it worth going after? -Are you the person who can do it? Cost is everything to some people. There will always be a certain segment of buyers who will buy a product base

Ultra low cost pick & place?

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 04 17:47:51 EST 2009 | locostpp

Q3/2009 been and gone. We are moving forward with low cost p&p, quite a few things have changed. We are applying for a number of patents for the feeders, placement head design, servo design, calibration system , etc... We now expect the price of t

Who makes low cost vision equipment...... and sells it at low price?

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 30 15:27:34 EDT 1998 | jvo

I've been looking for a vision system which can check our fully mounted boards containing a mix of smt and thru hole. The concepts on all the machines are virtually the same, they got about 12-16 cameras, some pcb fixing and the rest is software.

Re: Who makes low cost vision equipment...... and sells it at low price?

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 30 16:36:59 EDT 1998 | Dana R Simon

I've been looking for a vision system which can check our fully mounted boards containing a mix of smt and thru hole. The concepts on all the machines are virtually the same, they got about 12-16 cameras, some pcb fixing and the rest is soft

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