Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 08 07:11:11 EDT 2004 | modwyer
Folks, Anybody know if Sony SI-E1000-III & SI-E2000 placement machines are any good? Are the reliable and consistent down to 0402 components? Thanks Mark
Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 01 12:08:32 EDT 2004 | Ace
Hello An asset to any production floor. I worked with the Sony the SI-E1000 and SI-E2000, The SI-E1000 has a 12 nozzle planet head, I actually ran many placement trials with these machines 0603 (metric) 0201 (Imp). What can I say!! capabillity was
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 08 12:06:13 EDT 2004 | modwyer
Thanks for clarifying. I was told they were Siemens.
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 10 09:45:14 EST 2006 | ghm
Where can I find information about the typical Sony problems ?
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 01 08:36:28 EDT 2006 | M
What do you need to know? I know thw machine very well.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 08 10:00:10 EDT 2004 | gregp
Those are model numbers of Sony placement machines. They were introduced a few years ago but I haven't seen them since.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 08 17:26:00 EDT 2004 | Mark
You will have a lot of problems with spare parts, they came from Japan, also service will be very poor, depends on where you are located, where are you?
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 08 09:42:53 EDT 2004 | stefwitt
Although I do praise the reliability of the Siplace line, I've never heard about E1000 and E2000 machines. Siemens usually names their equipment related to feeder capacity or speed. 1000 and 2000 doesn't fit in this convention. Neither could I find
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 08 15:13:31 EDT 2004 | stefwitt
Now, that I know these are Sony machines, I may also know where the machines are coming from. However, Siemens machines were also used in this plant and one must have got confused here. Here is at least a picture of the E1000 model. http://www.geocit
Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 05 15:36:48 EST 2005 | etienne
Hi Brad, I suggest you get in contact with Sony. http://www.sonyfa.com/si_e1000/sie1000_producthome.cfm They got the SI E-1100, capable of placing QFPs64/0.5mm simultaenously with all other heads full of components, not like many other machines. See