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mydata tp9 vs philips topaz

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 30 00:14:36 EST 2007 | vinitverma

ET, With due regards to your '7 years experience', I must say that in my 11 years experience, this is the first time I am hearing about head replacement on a Topaz. On the Eclipse it is easy for an operator to make a mistake by moving the head manua

mydata tp9 vs philips topaz

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 21 13:42:12 EST 2007 | etienne

To answer your question: During my experience with Topaz machines, we had to replace 4 Heads on different occassions with different operators involved. Also I encountered several Head crashes with Eclipse machines. To buy such replacements here in Ma

mydata tp9 vs philips topaz

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 12:00:59 EST 2007 | wayne123

A philips Topaz is a good machine, I have accurately placed 0402's without a problem, Fine pitch QFP no problem, BGA's not a problem, I am not familiar with the TP9 so hopefully the other guy can answere questions on that, The Topaz is rated at about

Philips Assembleon Training

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 03 11:59:03 EST 2017 | lleonard

Does anyone know of any classes or training courses in the US for Assembleon Pick and Place machine?


Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 03 16:27:39 EDT 2013 | gregp

Does anyone have a master cross reference chart for Yamaha/Philips/Assembleon pick and place machines? In particular I am looking to know what the Yamaha models equivalent models are in the Philips/Assembleon line up. The other important bit of inf

Philips Assembleon Training

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 23 09:04:14 EDT 2017 | capse

If you have an older GEM Series machine, it was built by Yamaha. Trans-Tec America is the current distirbutor.

Pick & Place Machine Life Cycle

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 08 02:53:31 EDT 2018 | robl

Hi Reckless, we use Yamaha built Philips & Assembleon, and Juki.


Electronics Forum | Sat May 07 11:42:10 EDT 2005 | mrmaint

Have alot of exp. on both mydata and philips/assembleon. My preference would be the assembleon. Maintenance is light and they run forever. New software on assembleon is excellant. Customer support is one of the best i have delt with. mrmaint

Universal Genesis Inline7

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 19 02:30:09 EST 2018 | robl

OK, so all GEM Machines & MG were built by Yamaha, and imported in to Europe & USA and other places by Philips. After a while Philips developed it's own machine - the FCM. Philips then sold off it's SMT division and it was rebranded Assembleon.

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