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DIP insertion

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 27 11:22:26 EDT 2001 | cjrjmj

I would like to hear about equipment (all existing) that would do DIP insertion. We have UIC Multimods presently, but as you may or may not know spares and support are becoming an issue. All input is appreciated!

PTH insertion

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 04 08:52:32 EST 2005 | dougs

Hi, I'm looking for a semi automatic PTH insertion machine but but have only seen 1 brand (blakell), what other types of kit are available? cheers dougs

PTH insertion

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 04 09:34:58 EST 2005 | dougs

The CS 400E looks like just the thing, what sort of component insertion rates would be possible from one of these? Has anyone used them before?

PTH insertion

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 04 09:37:18 EST 2005 | dougs

The CS 400E looks like just the thing, what sort of component insertion rates would be possible from one of these? Has anyone used them before?

radial/thru_hole insertion

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 12 22:05:49 EDT 2007 | long

i'm a new guy in thru_hole insertion technology. have any one know any web that i can go through to get more knowledge about this tecnology (especially in technical side).

radial/thru_hole insertion

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 16 08:42:25 EDT 2007 | AR

Of course, if the number of required component codes ( = feeders) is not very great, you might want to look into odd-form assembly machines. With them you can insert a much greater range of components than just simple radial components and you can ge

PTH insertion

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 04 09:18:23 EST 2005 | pjc

Here is the king of these machines: http://www.contactsystems.com/400E.htm

PTH insertion

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 04 11:58:14 EST 2005 | pjc

Its an operator dependant system. I've had operators range from 600 to 1,200 CPH.

PTH insertion

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 04 12:18:10 EST 2005 | fastek

Target price used is $10K-$15K Rick

DIP insertion

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 27 12:16:43 EDT 2001 | davef

Look here http://www.cassembly.com/bg/search?company_name=&catid=1056⊂mit=Search UIC and Amistar make good DIP insertion machines. Some of the companies listed in the above thread are equipment resellers that may be good sources of refurbished equi

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