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Flat flexible cable to PCB (RoHS assembly)

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 28 16:17:23 EST 2006 | joey_dragon

Good tidings, all. I am looking for a machine that will allow us to mount a flat flexible strip (such as TennRich's B.Type) to a row of pads on a PCB. I have not much knowledge about the process, I guess I expect to see a machine with some hot bar.

Prototype SMT assembly machine

Electronics Forum | Fri May 18 04:05:39 EDT 2007 | bartlozie

I'm looking for a SMT prototype & small series assembly machine, needs to be very accurate, no need for high speed. For assembly batch size 1 to 50 pcb's. The machine needs to be accurate and flexible, able to place chips 0402 up to BGA components.

PickNPlace machine suggestions?

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 24 07:55:06 EDT 2007 | rgduval

Daniel, We'd recommend MyData's as good low foot print, short quantity machines. They have a good level of flexibility for the price and operation. Considering what you've described, an older used TP9 would suit you. I'll caution you, though, tha

Prototype SMT assembly machine

Electronics Forum | Mon May 21 05:47:14 EDT 2007 | pavel_murtishev

Good afternoon, Nevertheless, MyData is definitely better for prototyping due to much higher flexibility. It definitely better deals with odds and ends. BR, Pavel

Placement machine comparison

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 12 11:49:32 EDT 2002 | jax

The machines you choose depends on the boards you build and how many of them you build. Assembleon is designed for faster production speeds where Juki is more flexible. Why are you just looking at these two? Aren't they in different leagues? Why not

Prototype SMT assembly machine

Electronics Forum | Fri May 18 07:38:25 EDT 2007 | realchunks

Hi Bart, I would suggest MyData. They are good for protos because they are very flexible. You can use strips of parts with no leaders. This is huge unless your customer / company deals with nothing but full reels. You can even teach it to pick u

Laser selective solder machine

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 21 10:25:44 EDT 2005 | Fred Saffer

A thorough analysis is in order because laser point-to-point soldering lacks the flexibility of the bottom sided miniwave systems. My experience showed that heating profiles could be grossly affected by color temperature and thermal mass. This can be

UltraSonic cleaning machine

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 25 10:22:21 EDT 2002 | matt2138

UltraSonic cleaners do a good job of cleaning both stencils and misprint PCBs. Make sure the frequency that the machine comes set to is ok to use with both stencils and misprint PCBs. If you are a CM make sure your customers are ok with using the ul

Laser selective solder machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 22 14:28:38 EDT 2005 | Gary Goldberg - PROMATION

Low end selective laser soldering systems are limited to what types of soldering can be performed. I have read through the previous comments and find that most have commented on earlier technologies (which do not offer the features today's system do)

Justification on buying machine (Reflow/Wave)

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 15 19:39:43 EDT 2006 | Bolos

nice to hear from you..my company is an ems.so need a more flexible reflow.. we have 3 lines and soon to install another line for leadfree ideally..so.. its getting a new one hopefully..a seven zone actually i think might do the job... for the wave i

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