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Help finding a high capacity pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 20 15:12:31 EDT 2024 | daniel_stanphill

The Fuzion is an impressive machine but even more expensive. We went with Europlacer (iineo2). Loved it so much we already got another! The capacity, throughput, flexibility, accuracy, all just outstanding! In my next life I will probably sell them l

When to implement high speed pick and place machines?

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 04 09:52:49 EST 2014 | emeto

Whenever your line doesn't cover your requirements and you can't build your boards in schedule, it is time to go to higher throughput machines. Of course you should have some contracts for the next year or two that will cover your line. You should kn

When to implement high speed pick and place machines?

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 04 05:15:40 EST 2014 | spoiltforchoice

Take a look at the ROI tools supplied my MyData and others and draw inspiration from there. Presumably if you are looking at a higher speed line you are looking at higher throughput than you currently achieve or possibly fewer/shorter shifts? The eco

Help finding a high capacity pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 15 23:09:03 EDT 2024 | erikfriesen

You haven't said what kind of parts you are placing, what is the minimum size component? You might consider multiple machines in line rather than trying to fit this all in one machine, plus this has the advantage of upping throughput. You could get

Help finding a high capacity pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 18 08:48:58 EDT 2024 | spoiltforchoice

200 unique components across an entire range is nothing, Were we all so lucky we would all leave the inventory permanently loaded on the line. The Manncorp machines are probably your cheapest solution new. These chinese machines with western input

Need used pick and place for low volume, high mix - suggestions?

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 28 16:35:17 EDT 2010 | mbrunton

Thanks for the reply. Can I ask you a few questions.. -Do you prefer the IVC or the IIC? -What sort of actual components/hour throughput do you get? -Did you have any issues with the machines? (so I can check anything I buy to be sure it's free

Conformal Coating Machines

Electronics Forum | Sun Jun 13 01:40:20 EDT 2004 | dj_ruf

You should look at the Asymtek Conformal Coating machines. The C-740 is easy to program, high throughput and proven repeatability. Used at top electronics and automotive manufacturing sites throughout Europe, Asia-pacific, and the Americas.

Re: High Temp Solder Application

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 15 06:44:54 EST 2000 | andy

John , I had some experience of selective solder in a high throughput environment and though the quality of s/s was good , the throughput was not . So if throughput is an issue , forget it . I would go with the hand-solder option , although as has be

Life Expectancy

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 15 03:22:51 EDT 2018 | directx995

Well it's hard to compare these 2 machines. GC60 is chip shooter with high throughput, and GI14 is for more complex component, especially in our case, we use it with Magellan camera on one side for big and complex components. Just as any other manuf

New equipment evaluation

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 02 17:50:11 EDT 2012 | hegemon

Rather than a catalogue af all the machines and their specs, you might start by defining what YOUR requirements are... some machines are better suited for low mix, high throughput, some better suited for low volume, high changeover rate. Ask yoursel

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