Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 28 17:40:41 EDT 2006 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Fuji AIM users. If you wish to splice 8mm component tape reels using this machine, visit http://www.fujismt.com and look at Fuji Chemical FC8A Joint Tapes. Ideally suited and in use on the Fuji AIM machine, FC8A is easy to use and available for next
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 13 14:51:18 EDT 2005 | CMiller
Does any one out there have one of these machines? How are they?
Electronics Forum | Sun Jun 19 20:20:50 EDT 2005 | fastek
I might be over simplifying this but what I understand is the AIM is a more economical version of the NXT and that AIM will replace the XP platform.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 24 00:50:10 EDT 2005 | FAC
The AIM was actually designed to use some of the same hardware that the NXT machines use (placement heads, feeders). Main use for this machine is HighMix/LowVolume, NPI, prototyping. It will be at the ATE show in Sept. BTW - It is not going to replac
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 13 18:07:56 EDT 2005 | Grant
Hi, I saw these machines and asked our Fuji rep about it. He said it was for flexible low volume manufacturing. Regards, Grant
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 14 04:50:52 EDT 2005 | CMiller
If I am reading the spec right it puts down 32,000 parts per hour. Looks pretty slick, not much info on the website though and could only get a 1 page spec sheet from Fuji.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 28 11:03:40 EDT 2012 | mikesewell
The problem is still intermittent. It has a new MIDAS head, installed and calibrated by Mydata, FWIW. Usually we work around it by moving parts upstream (Fuji AIM). I'll post an update when I finally chase the issue down.
Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 01 08:45:49 EDT 2006 | johnw
Hi Guys a little late hear, The Fuji AIM machine is the prefered machine and the NXT has been qualified by 2 major Electronic CMs as the prefered machine for Europe. They are over 700 units in Eastern Europe just now.My thoughts are stick with what
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 07 05:18:08 EST 2008 | muarty
If there is a budget available, rather than looking at a Fuji CP7. Being issued with small strips of components would prove to be a nightmare with this style of placement machine. I would try to consider the Fuji AIM machine for use as the chipshoote
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 20 11:39:01 EDT 2010 | mikesewell
On our Fuji NXT and AIM machines I never program local fids...we place down to 16 mil fine pitch and BGA, uBGA, multirow QFNs with no placement issues. Most boards are panelized in an array and we have corner fids added to the rails. Regards, Mi