Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 02 09:10:30 EDT 2004 | dougm
My company is looking at the various options for selective soldering machines. We are mostly a low volume, high mix facility, with some moderate volume orders as well. I have looked at the Pillarhouse Topaz XL, Ersa Versaflow, and Vitronics Soltec
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 03 17:43:34 EDT 2004 | g2garyg2
Hi Doug, Read your inquiry. My company PRO-MATION has some exciting technologies available for both top side and bottom side selective laser soldering. Our work cells are great for low volume / high mix environments and are capble for both Tin Lead
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 03 19:04:27 EDT 2004 | longhua
The Vitronics is an unbelievable machine. It's a bit pricey (200k) but worth every penny. Contact email@example.com for more information. Good luck.
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 24 15:01:47 EDT 2023 | previnmoore
sorry for the response taking so long, got wrapped up with another machine. It is the X axis.
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 17 12:00:52 EDT 2023 | previnmoore
Its the kiss 103 selective solder machine. The end of the travel, it's the x axis. when i tried jogging it nothing happens just makes a noise. Thanks for responding.
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 17 11:27:58 EDT 2023 | proceng1
We need more info. What kind of machine? What do you mean by "went to the end"? Like the end of the travel? Which axis? Is there an error on the screen? What happens when you try jogging it? Maybe post a couple photos?
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 17 14:59:50 EDT 2023 | proceng1
OK, does your axis screw have the flex coupler or the magnetic coupler? Which axis is it? Did you turn off soft limits? If it's out of range, soft limits won't let it move by controls. I need to know which axis before I can get too far into this. I
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 21 10:10:44 EDT 2005 | Hiram
Hi all, Does anybody have any comments/experience with a laser selective solder machine? What about Beamworks Spark 100 machine? I appreciate your feedback. Hiram
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 14 10:40:35 EST 2014 | eniac
I use a two machines from EBSO, Germany. It's a machines with PCB carrier, so, solder pot is fixed. I'm fully satisfied with this equipment, but I use only wettable nozzles. If you would like to buy a new machine, not in used condition, EBSO will be
Electronics Forum | Mon May 01 10:55:21 EDT 2017 | tombstonesmt
This has already been done. Companies like Seho Selective Solder machines can provide this service. I imagine it is not cheap. I'd be curious to compare the drop rate of parts per person per hour on a couple of Pillarhouse Jades vs on custom machine.