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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

advice on used PnP

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 29 15:45:20 EDT 2020 | spoiltforchoice

Yeah my issue with the CLM945 type single slot feeders used for parts over 6mm is they index forwards using a tiny servo attached to some gears that pull on the cover tape. A system that begs to fail, the tape can stretch, the gears can start grabbin

Dual lane vs. single lane feeders for high mix

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 11 19:28:51 EST 2017 | spoiltforchoice

That's not really the point of dual lane feeders. As a general rule having a dual lane 8mm feeder means the machines "slots" are actually 16mm, dual lanes on a 8mm feeder helps keep the overall lane density of a machine higher, its much easier to bui

Europlacer iineo RC5.16.BOM12 Electrical Tester problem

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 19 02:29:55 EDT 2019 | robl

Hi all, Is anyone else running RC5.16 with an electrical tester? After the last system update all 3 of our iineo's have picked up a bug: When we change an element the software forces all applicable parts in that trolley to go through electrical te

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

Yamaha or Europlacer?

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 13 11:22:17 EST 2015 | slarochellesmt

I can offer some background on the IINEO II as I feel it is much better than the Yamaha. I currently have 3 IINEO IIs in production that replaced 3 Assembleon lines. The IINEOs handle quick changeovers better than any SMT line that I have used to d

Dual lane vs. single lane feeders for high mix

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 14 04:02:40 EST 2017 | spoiltforchoice

"I would expect that any intelligent feeder > enabled machine would pull the correct part no > matter where it is placed on the machine (not > forced by the program)" > > this is true, but you > have to tradeoff the setup time vs production > t

How much it costs to building a PCB factory?

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 05 17:44:47 EST 2017 | spoiltforchoice

Printer->Paste Inspection(which might be a feature of the printer)->High speed placer (for all the little parts)->Accurate Placer(for your BGA Processor,RAM,eMMC and big things that don't fit in the high speed)->Reflow oven->AOI->PCB stacker All of t


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Europlacer designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of highly flexible SMT pick and place equipment for the global electronics industry, with a network of distributors across the globe.

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