Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 27 14:04:44 EDT 2015 | ehess
does anyone know where used matrix trays could be purchased? Topline wants a ridiculous amount for them. Need to handle parts 16.2mm x 12.3mm x 2.31mm. REceived in T&R but need trays to bake out and then place.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 23 06:31:50 EDT 2015 | deanm
I'd like to know what to do with used matrix trays. We have a pile of them and it seems like a waste to simply throw them away! Do vendors buy them back? Recycle? Give to the kids to make buildings?
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 01 14:24:50 EDT 2015 | scotceltic
Email me with your datasheet and I may be able to help you out.
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 01 16:36:35 EDT 2015 | ehess
how do I get your email?
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 02 10:12:38 EDT 2015 | ghenning
or these.... http://www.practicalcomponents.com/Training-Aids-Tools-and-Supplies/?type=Supplies
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 23 10:36:01 EDT 2015 | ehess
I have found some to buy at Texas TEchnologies, texaastechnologies.com maybe they would take some off your hands.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 15 08:23:14 EDT 2005 | cyber_wolf
We are seeing more and more jobs come in with matrix tray parts for our mydata machines. The problem is that the largest Y wagon will only hold 3 or less trays. We have some jobs that have 10+ trays. Currently our operators cut the trays down to sma
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 28 11:13:33 EDT 2005 | cyber_wolf
We currently have Fuji's(IP3's included) and Mydata's in our SMT area , so training is not an issue. The reason I was thinking of an IP3 is because they seem to be available for 50K or so. We cannot afford to loose any mag positions on our Mydata's t
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 28 01:30:07 EDT 2005 | Marv
The Tray wagon on a Mydata can be any table width you desire, a one bay holds two trays, a two bay holds five, and a three bay holds seven. The tray wagon can be removed in about a minute flat. the TEX actually only requires two slot positions to h
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 28 09:01:21 EDT 2005 | jdengler
I agree with Stephen. The mixing of manufacturers can be a large headache if you do not have alot of people and time to get trained on the new manufacturer. The used equipment dealers won't like this, but buying a used fine pitch placer without kn