Electronics Forum: insertion and cost (Page 1 of 30)

cost analysis: Manual vs. Auto insertion pick and place

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 04 12:53:15 EDT 2006 | pemea1

Is there a cost analysis? How can a small business (4 employees) compare small lot sizes with companies who have auto insert. machines?

cost analysis: Manual vs. Auto insertion pick and place

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 04 13:33:15 EDT 2006 | Chunks

Hi Phil, It all depends on your product. You say small lot sizes, but are your board 20 by 20 inches in size with 5K parts both top and bottom? If so then even building 3 of these could take you days to build. Then take you weeks to trouble shoot

cost analysis: Manual vs. Auto insertion pick and place

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 07 04:06:36 EDT 2006 | Rob

Also company B may have far higher overheads to support - sales guys, directors, accountants etc. They may also be set up for longer runs so as Ms Chunks previously mentions, the set up & teardowns would also incur the opportunity cost of not being

cost analysis: Manual vs. Auto insertion pick and place

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 04 13:47:20 EDT 2006 | pemea1

apples to apples. 20 boards 80 parts top and 10 parts bottom. these boards are done on a semi regular basis (you know the boards are coming to you from an OEM at least three times a month, just no exact schedule). All that is required is pasting..mo

cost analysis: Manual vs. Auto insertion pick and place

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 04 15:46:08 EDT 2006 | Chunks

Two reasons company B is asking $40 instead of $15-$20; 1. The set-up of their placement equipment takes time, thus the extra labor. Parts may be hard to get or what they norm keep in stock, plus storage of parts. 2. They know they can get awa

BNC's automatic insertion

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 09 14:31:38 EST 2004 | Brent

There is standard pick and place equipment such as the Assembl�on (formerly Philips EMT) ACM Micro and AQ-1 that can easily handle your snap-fit through-hole BNC connectors, in addition to other surface mount components and through-hole odd form part

DIP insertion and Axial insertion old equipment poka yoke

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 31 10:54:32 EST 2020 | rvines1

One concern with DIP insertion is making sure the operator inserts the correct tube into the correct feeder. Has anyone ever tried pick-to-light or anything similar?

DIP insertion and Axial insertion old equipment poka yoke

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 23 18:34:15 EST 2020 | slthomas

It's hard to poka-yoke loading reels onto the machine (either a inserter-sequencer or a sequencer, then getting the sequenced reels properly indexed). The only way I know of to make sure they've been set up properly is with visual inspection of EVERY

DIP insertion and Axial insertion old equipment poka yoke

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 24 06:45:19 EST 2020 | alpha1

Depending on your equipment. If you are running stand alone equipment. Separate Sequencer and Axial Inserter there's not much you can due expect check the process. The axial should still catch at least most of the defects. If you have a combination u

DIP insertion and Axial insertion old equipment poka yoke

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 23 17:24:08 EST 2020 | rvines1

Due to couple of customers who still have some products that are completely through-hole, we use our Universal DIP and Axial equipment on a somewhat regular basis. Our machines are pretty old, but they work pretty well, and we don't do enough throug

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