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Samsung pick and place machines

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 27 15:34:48 EDT 2000 | Craig

Does anybody know much about or had any experience with Samsung pick and place machines, in particular the CP45FV, CP40L and LV. They seem a cheaper option, but apart from the agents we cant find anyone with much to say about them.

reviews on pick and place machines

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 10:33:03 EST 2007 | fastek

Do a search on this site. These machines come up all the time in discussions.

Re: Samsung pick and place machines

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 01 08:57:34 EDT 2000 | CAL

We here at ACI run the CP20 or Manncorp version 2000.We are a Research and engineering Company with availablity for demonstrations. We actually love our system (Esp. the cost). Even though our machine is a low end machine we are placing advanced pack

reviews on pick and place machines

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 10:28:22 EST 2007 | chrisruizuci

i just wanted to get others input on the MyData TP9 and Philips Topaz. Any advise at all would be helpfull.

Re: Samsung pick and place machines

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 27 21:08:25 EDT 2000 | Doug Philbrick

A friend of mine just installed his last week. So far he LOVES it, but then he is replacing Zevztech 460's and 570's almost anything would have been better. Ill ask him if he minds you calling him. If he doesn't Ill send you an email

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

Are there pick and place machines for loose components?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 31 12:53:58 EDT 2009 | dyoungquist

On our Mydata machine, we place a piece of scrap bare pcb next to the pcb we are loading. Using double sided tape, we attach the cut tape strip to the bare pcb, then program the machine to pick up the parts from that location. The smallest Mydata m

Are there pick and place machines for loose components?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 31 17:03:21 EDT 2009 | isd_jwendell

My Essemtec machine can use "restband" feeders. They are manual feeders that simulate trays, but are specifically made to hold tapes.

Are there pick and place machines for loose components?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 31 10:02:12 EDT 2009 | spitkis2

Thanks for the info. On the Mydata do you position the cut tape inside a feeder or place it on a tray of some sort? Here the environment is OEM R&D lab so a Mydata would be overkill in terms of size and cost. I was thinking of a smaller auto pick

Are there pick and place machines for loose components?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 31 09:48:15 EDT 2009 | dyoungquist

You can use cut tape on Mydata machines fairly easily. We are a high mix, low volume manufacturer who has to use cut tape often as that is what our EMS customers provide. It is does take more time to load/unload than a reel does so you need to fi

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