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Re: Intelliplace and Europlacer

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 07:49:30 EST 1998 | Steve Sauer

Hi Scott, The only information that I have on the Intelliplace machine is that it is their own design unlike the other models (Casio) that they are licensed to sell. As for the other machine (Europlacer Progress 6), I have an extensive background wit

Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Thu May 10 02:57:03 EDT 2001 | kjellman

Hi, Why not have a look at Philips/Assembl�on, their ACM machine is quite nice. It may also bring you down to Flip Chip, 0201 some through hole and odd form placement. Nice options like bulk feeding, coplanarity tests, fluxing for FC, prom feeders (

Recycle Matrix trays and Reels

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 21 11:19:42 EST 2002 | bmulcahy

Why not go back to your suppliers and see if they will take the reels for re-use ?

Recycle Matrix trays and Reels

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 20 15:25:05 EST 2002 | angiewest

Looking for a company to recycle plastic reel and I.C. tubes. I already recycle trays with Smart Cycle (formally Semicyle). I hate to throw that stuff away. The local recycling places only recycle plastic 1 and 2. Most of the reels are 3's.

BGA and QFP orientation in trays for pick and place

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 16 07:48:29 EST 2004 | Mika

We usually program the components in the component database with pin 1 in the lower left corner. Then in the feeder database we set the component orientaion to 270 deg for Tray feeders(turn the tray in the feeder 180 deg) and "tube" feeders. For tape

Juki pick and place ?

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 21 15:30:28 EDT 2008 | jamyboy

Juki is a great way to go as far as reliability the Jukis are bullet proof. Change overs are much like other Japanese machines if you have the feeder carts, tray changer and stay away from Vibratory feeders you will be successful with this platform i

Are there pick and place machines for loose components?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 31 09:36:17 EDT 2009 | spitkis2

Does anyone know of fully automatic pick and place machines that can pick up parts either from small pieces of cut tape (i.e. 0402's, 0603's, SOT's) or components loosely arranged on a tray (not ic's that are in matrix trays)? Application is proto

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 10 16:23:11 EDT 2004 | davem

Hi Grant, In previous positions I've had experience with the Fuji CP43, CP6, CP642, CP643, CP65, IP3 & QP242. In operating, training and process engineering capacities. Presently, I'm working with 2 SMT lines (in a process engineering capacity) wit

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 02 16:33:08 EDT 2004 | davem

Fuji is the best, but there are other alternatives besides Quad. If you really want to look at Fuji, take a peek at their XP142E series. With "Vision processing on the fly" and a "Mini Turret Head" with 12 placement nozzles it should fit your needs n

Re: SMT Pick and Place

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 13 00:25:59 EDT 1998 | Scott McKee

Last October I purchased a Mydata over a Phillips and Amistar. I've done things on my Mydata that is impossible on the other machines. I can build the top side and the bottom side of two boards at the same time (I print both sides at once). I can "

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