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Soldering robot and solder balls

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 06 03:43:22 EDT 2017 | jamesbarnhart

Electronic devices required higher speed, I/O capability, and density to meet standard requirements. Automated robotic soldering solutions that meet the demands of applications are too challenging for hand soldering. Manual soldering, even with the m

soldering robot

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 28 10:10:49 EDT 2007 | Mark

Hello, Thank you for informations. What about no contact laser robot system is it worth to investigate these solutions? Regards Mark

soldering robot

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 28 15:01:56 EDT 2007 | mumtaz

And this relates to robots soldering? You need to remove yourself sirl.

soldering robot

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 13 08:21:37 EDT 2007 | Mark

Hello, what robot did you buy? regards Mark

Soldering robot and solder balls

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 21 11:30:27 EDT 2017 | ranap121212

but we do not have laminate preheating on robots. There is no flux separate application, the flux is in the soldering wire

soldering robot

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 13 08:36:05 EDT 2007 | bartlozie

We bought a Apollo Seiko robot. this, from several test, was way out the best for our production. we use Ichikawa leadfree solderwire, this was the best result with this robot regards bart

Desktop Robot Soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 18 23:33:56 EDT 2010 | ybeedkar

We are planning to solder some of our hand soldered products using a desktop soldering robot.Got quotation from Japan Unix. Does anyone had experience with robot sodering or any otehr inputs regarding this are much more prefered. Need to conveience m

soldering robot

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 30 03:32:33 EDT 2007 | bart.lozie@page.be

And this relates to robots soldering? You need > to remove yourself sirl. Hello, we do have some experience with a solder-iron robot. Tried several types and brands. Now we have 2 very good robots, works perfect, the type of robot and solderwire

Robotics

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 04 05:17:57 EDT 2000 | Frank

All, i am looking for Final Year Project ideas for a Staublii robotic arm , i have though about object orientation/Algorithm vison system ...etc etc anyone have a very good idea for a robust,easy programmable robot for an Electonics Grad Student I a

Re: microprocessor project

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 11 20:28:01 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Vincent: Danny is correct. There are tons of bot sites on the net. You should take incentive and search a bit, for instance: http://www.robotstore.com/ http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~rll/ http://www.mit.edu:8001/courses/6.270/home.html http://www.robotics

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