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how is the South America market for high speed pnp machine , why many usa clients want desktop pnp machine, mainl for rearch and

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 22 05:54:41 EDT 2015 | langkeauto2015

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how is the South America market for high speed pnp machine , why many usa clients want desktop pnp machine, mainl for rearch and

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 22 07:20:12 EDT 2015 | spoiltforchoice

I'm not entirely sure that is accurate. The only people who want small 'desktop' machines are hobbyists/labs who are unable to accept the costs and time constraints placed upon them by a subcontractor and think they can do better themselves. Standalo

Possibility of a cheaper pick and place machine design?

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 31 16:16:37 EDT 2014 | spoiltforchoice

Andres, I think if you were to understand the process a little better you would realise the many many problems you would encounter building even very simple things using your method. Even 30 minutes watching Youtube videos of current machines might h

Multi-part reeling for pick and place

Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 17 15:22:17 EDT 2004 | rohman23

Thanks for all the responses. I do agree with what was said, and can certainly see reasons not to try. I'll write a little more about what we do. We are a defense contractor, and as I mentioned very high mix, low volume. We only have 1 SMT line.

I had a nightmare

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 28 08:14:11 EDT 2001 | Stefan Witte

I visit customers on a contract base to get the machines in a status, that an operator can take over. These customers are usually small shops, who can not effort an engineer to set up the machines. I am not afraid of my job, if it does not require a

Nozzle size

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 12 16:17:07 EDT 2002 | soupatech

There seems to be less play in the pocket than with other parts i've loaded. I was assuming the large nozzle would work better but for reasons unknown to me it didn't. I also tried a 1mm and had parts all over the machine (can you say hand place 100+

LED lifted soldering defect

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 04 04:28:58 EST 2019 | oxygensmd

It seems there isn't right connection between solder and solder-legs. Maybe check that the LEDs get huminidity, have some oxidation on the legs, try different solder paste, check the reflow solder profile. On the photo I can not saw properly reflowe

Faster Than Lightning!

Electronics Forum | Mon May 13 02:14:04 EDT 2019 | tsvetan

All these generalizations are non sense. What real cph you will receive depend on many factors: - paths optimization - what number of feeders are used - what number of nozzle changes has your job - how fast is the recognition for small and big part

Groundhog day ~ vortex

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 16 13:08:24 EDT 2013 | ericrr

I seem to of slipped into a mighty giant suction cup, and every day is the same. Now take yesterday as I was making a sample the start of run board, we have run many times. it got halfway placing diffused LED's 3216 (about 1207 size) then is stoppe


Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 26 13:23:40 EST 2020 | rgduval

I haven't used these clips, or this machine, so... But..in general, I'd use as large a nozzle as you can that fits the pick area of the clip. That should give you the best opportunity at lifting the clip. If the machine has a gripper nozzle (with

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