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Europlacer old style trolley adjustment

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 29 11:58:41 EST 2016 | dustin

When looking at 0402 parts in our old style Europlacer trolleys, the pick up point is in between two part slots. I have heard that there is a manual adjust somewhere on the sides of the trolley that will let you move part into the pick up window. I h

Europlacer old style trolley adjustment

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 02 08:58:48 EST 2016 | mbass

From what I can rememeber I used to set x & y to zero advance the tap ethen it was press the lane and vaild button together to advance half a pitch which should bring it all into line. All the older RC software you could just put a manual adjustment

Re: Intelliplace and Europlacer

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 07:49:30 EST 1998 | Steve Sauer

Hi Scott, The only information that I have on the Intelliplace machine is that it is their own design unlike the other models (Casio) that they are licensed to sell. As for the other machine (Europlacer Progress 6), I have an extensive background wit

Re: Intelliplace and Europlacer

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 02 15:36:58 EST 1998 | Alden Lewis

We are in the process of assessing some medium volume, stand alone SMT Placement systems. Does anyone have any experience with :- 1) Europlacer (Specifically the Progress 6 or EP600) 2) Intelliplace (DHM-120 or SHM-120) I have searched

Re: Intelliplace and Europlacer

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 30 10:18:31 EST 1998 | Dave F

We are in the process of assessing some medium volume, stand alone SMT Placement systems. Does anyone have any experience with :- 1) Europlacer (Specifically the Progress 6 or EP600) 2) Intelliplace (DHM-120 or SHM-120) I have searched

Intelliplace and Europlacer

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 24 11:12:14 EST 1998 | Scott B

We are in the process of assessing some medium volume, stand alone SMT Placement systems. Does anyone have any experience with :- 1) Europlacer (Specifically the Progress 6 or EP600) 2) Intelliplace (DHM-120 or SHM-120) I have searched the forum bu

Pick and place pickle

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 26 09:56:37 EDT 2008 | gabriella

hello Zonker cheaper versions tws essemtec ivastech heeb fridge autotronik more expensive: mydata siemens juki uic GSM europlacer ipulse assemblion I will definitely miss some, but at least is some place to start.

Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Thu May 10 02:57:03 EDT 2001 | kjellman

Hi, Why not have a look at Philips/Assembl�on, their ACM machine is quite nice. It may also bring you down to Flip Chip, 0201 some through hole and odd form placement. Nice options like bulk feeding, coplanarity tests, fluxing for FC, prom feeders (

Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Wed May 09 12:07:52 EDT 2001 | caldon

My personal favorite is the Siemens F series and the UIC GSM platform. Both Siemens and UIC have awesome resources for csp, flipchip and baredie processing - Siemens= Dan Baldwin from GaTech; UIC = George Westby from UIC labs. My second choice would

Manncorp Pick and Place

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 05 03:48:56 EDT 2014 | spoiltforchoice

If you are considering MyData (a fine choice) I would also consider Europlacer. They are in many ways, machines designed for similar markets with slightly different approaches and advantages. I would suggest much of your experience with Manncorp woul

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