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Re: Splicing tape for 8,12, and 16mm component tapes

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 04 11:13:39 EDT 1998 | Justin Medernach

Looking for vendors of splicing tape for 8,12 and 16mm tape and reel. Any net sources? Mike, Give Siemens a call. They have a decent little system. It's comprised of thin metal fasteners that hold the carrier tape together via the holes, a crim

Re: Flip chip placer

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 22 02:23:25 EST 1998 | Jon Gruett

Chang, I recommend that you stop by the Siemens booth at the NEPCON West show and see the F4 and F5 machines. I think you will be pleaseantly surprised by what you see. Take some time and really research the next generation of machines that are her

MONSTER board equipment...

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 27 09:56:00 EDT 2001 | stefan

I wonder what kind of equipment the board designer had in mind? Are you shure you can do the board with a Mydata ? Where do you put the tray for your 20 mil QFP's? 10 mm thick plus component height also appears to be a problem. Multitroniks can do la

My Data

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 05 19:15:16 EST 2001 | cnoonan

Does anyone have any information on the equipment manufacturer "My Data" I know Fuji, Siemens, Universal and some Panasonic, but �My Data� I have no clue. I am looking for people that have, worked with or on. Are they worth looking into? Looking

Recomandation for purchase of SMT lines

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 09 08:36:13 EST 2002 | marquesj

For Pick & Place machines you have Siemens Machines, visit - http://www.siplace.com They are good machines and they have a nice support For loader and unloader you have Nutek visit, - http://www.nutekholdings.com/A5581E/hpage.nsf/Main!OpenFrameSet

Payback time

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 06 10:55:17 EST 2002 | monty2224

We have developed a Cost of Ownership model that incorporates a number of factors when considering SMT equipment. There are the obvious ones like maintenance costs, labor costs and shift patterns. We also considere utilities, quality, set-up time a

Wrong Part

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 30 10:50:38 EST 2002 | stefwitt

Some earlier machines with mechanical component alignment could be bought with electrical test options ( Mydata, Siemens o.a.). This is, to my knowledge, the only method to identify chip components prior placement. The downside was a high reject rat

Quad Machines? Good Points / Bad Points

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 23 10:08:27 EDT 2002 | cnoonan

I want feedback from people that currently have these machines or that I have worked with them in recent years. No Quad reps please, although your opinion may be valuable it may be bias to Quad. Here are a few areas of good points and bad point I w

Quad Machines? Good Points / Bad Points

Electronics Forum | Thu May 02 09:08:13 EDT 2002 | darryl

I have a Quad QSP-2 for 5 years and I have had no problems with it. We run it 16 hours per day 6 days a week. Software is good. Service is excellent Quadcare is expensive. The only drawback that I see is tapefeeder repeatability. Seems that the p

Quad Machines? Good Points / Bad Points

Electronics Forum | Thu May 02 12:32:29 EDT 2002 | jmathis

Hello, BUY Juki! Trust me on this one, I have experinced both and I may change careers if I find out I'm going to support another Quad line. There is a reason why that company struggles every year. Quad is not in the same market with the Fuji and


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