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Advice on used pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 09 07:50:22 EDT 2006 | quad

We currently run two Quad IVC's (we are very pleased with them) and two Versatronics for simple small volume batch work. We now need an additional machine capable of placing components at least three times as quickly as a IVC. We don't do anything ve

Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 30 15:31:17 EDT 2001 | Eric123

I recommend the Mydata if you want to reduce your stress. I am using Siemens at a new company today. It reminds me of my Quad days, once you get it running it works well but the getting there drives you nuts. Siemens is not up there in the user frein

SMTECH pro's and con's

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 30 18:17:16 EDT 2001 | ianlg

Hi Barry Unable to assist on specifics but I can tell you that some 74 100is machines were built. The majority residing in China Imported in by Wong King Kong Ltd ( Johnson lee Tel 00852 2357 8888 ) Most are at either Flextronics or Roslare. You mi

SMTECH pro's and con's

Electronics Forum | Tue May 01 18:38:44 EDT 2001 | djarvis

Barry, We have two of the MV models, one that we bought second hand, and the other new. The " i S " means inline? We love the MV's, which are offline, semi-auto, vision aligned. Just a great machine. Simple, intuative software, all parameters easy to

SMT Pick and Place

Electronics Forum | Thu May 28 10:57:10 EDT 1998 | John

Our company is currently looking to implement a SMT production line. What I am looking for is feedback on people's experiences with various machines. Here's what we are in the market for: Low/Mid volume 3,000+cph machine that can handle high job fle

Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Wed May 09 12:07:52 EDT 2001 | caldon

My personal favorite is the Siemens F series and the UIC GSM platform. Both Siemens and UIC have awesome resources for csp, flipchip and baredie processing - Siemens= Dan Baldwin from GaTech; UIC = George Westby from UIC labs. My second choice would

Smt 'pick and place' machine issues

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 29 01:20:44 EST 2006 | fastek

Guess- If a component drops at the camera the machine will not proceed to attempt to place it and drive the nozzle into a brick of solder paste. The line sensor will catch the fact there is no component on the nozzle and will retry to pick and place.

Re: IPC and Nepcon

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 18 14:42:22 EST 1998 | Dave F

| I heard somewhere that SMEMA has joined IPC, and that the association has decided to boycott Nepcon from | year 2000. Can anyone tell me if this is true | Nick: SMEMA and IPC are talking about merging (EP&P, 11/98, p 18). Below is a news release

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 03 20:15:23 EDT 2004 | Ken

My Machine guy was a 4 year ex-quad Service Engineer. Prior to that he spent 6 years in a CM programming and servicing quads from QX toQ3c/4c q100 series. These are opinions. Nothing more. I have noticed that the smallest players in the market

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 04 10:18:38 EDT 2004 | drlou

OK, I have some names to go by. I appreciate the info, especially the Quad related stuff, because my company was leaning toward the Quad, and I was concerned about its age and technology. I am going to look into the Fuji XP142E, the Samsung CP40/45,

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