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Which AOI machine ?

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 03 07:46:25 EDT 2019 | makersan

Hi to everyone, We want to buy an AOI machine, What are the essential features for the AOI machine? We couldn't decide between 2D and 3D, our highest component is about 2cm. The smallest case we use is 0402. Which product should we choose consideri

LSM

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 27 15:28:25 EST 2004 | DaveM

Both Cyberoptics inline (Cyber Sentry) and stand alone (LSM, LSM2 & LSM300) work well. As previously mentioned, the Sentry series inline systems work well, but reqiuire programming. The LSM series stand alone systems are good, but can be operator dep

Solder Paste Thickness Measuring Device

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 19 16:21:26 EST 2004 | davem

Steve is right, Cyberoptics and ASC are the 2 main players in this market. I've used machines produced by both manufacturers and they both do a pretty good jod provided the operators know what they're doing. The LSM and LSM2 are solid but aging mac

Dream SMT Line

Electronics Forum | Fri May 14 08:30:52 EDT 2004 | pjc

For any application- high-mix, low volume to low-mix high-volume: J.O.T. Automation board handling MPM UltraFlex 3000 printer CyberOptics SE300 3D post print inspector 2x Mydata Synergy II w/ Linear Magazines and Agilis feeders CyberOptics Flex

Automatic Paste Inspection worth it?

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 31 18:05:46 EDT 2008 | mobytahoe

We evaluated (in-house) 3 Paste Inspection Machines: 1.Siemens 2.Agilent 3.Cyberoptics We also evaluated the MVP and Orbotech off-site. BY far, the CyberOptics machine performed the best. Gage R&R was remarkable, the s/w is second-to-none, pricing

QUAD 4C T axis

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 25 18:29:47 EDT 2009 | badnewz

My Quad IVc's will also do the same thing. Mine are equipped with CyberOptics scanners, not QuadAlign. The Cyberoptics scanners do go bad and once they do, they get very warm to the touch and at the same time, if the Quad is reset, the theta axis wil

AOI: Golden Board vs Algorithm Based

Electronics Forum | Tue May 03 07:18:01 EDT 2011 | dontfeedphils

I've dealt with YesTech, Mirtech, and most recently CyberOptics, and so far my favorite is without a doubt the CyberOptics. The Yestech (pattern match) is very easy to program and use but it took sooooo much up-keep to keep the false calls to a mana

Which AOI /SPI System is the Best? Viscom S3088; Koh Young 8030 or Parmi Xceed

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 01 17:24:08 EDT 2016 | jlawson

Yes VISCOM uses Cyberoptiocs for SPI as they have a great optic head, but VISCOMS Ultra 2D/2.5D/3D head is best in market, I would say much better than Cyberoptics from a technical specification perspective. Has heighest part 3D height image renderin

Solder paste inspection Equipment

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 01 19:45:42 EDT 1998 | Gary Simbulan

Help!! There has to be someone out there other than Cyberoptics. Not that I think they don't have good equipment but I would like at least to have other companies to compare prices and features. If you have any names and numbers I would appreciate

Re: Solder paste inspection Equipment

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 02 15:04:00 EDT 1998 | Tom Isaacs

Help!! There has to be someone out there other than Cyberoptics. Not that I think they don't have good equipment but I would like at least to have other companies to compare prices and features. If you have any names and numbers I would appreci


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