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Siemens HS50 and F5 and S25

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 27 16:31:07 EST 2000 | Chris Jackson

I am evaluating several pieces of Siemens equipment and would like to get some input from industry users. I am seeing that Siemens is able to meet cycle time estimates and thus throughput. I am concerned about the robustness?? Any input is welcome. T

Re: Siemens HS50 and F5 and S25

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 28 16:28:14 EST 2000 | CAL

Chris- The machines you identified are stable products and have been around for over two years now and most bugs have been worked out. The F5 IC head has not changed much since its introduction over 5 years ago. Remember these machine like to run, r

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

Re: Siemens HS50 and F5 and S25

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 27 19:00:52 EST 2000 | Christopher Noonan

When the are up and running they are hard to beat, but when they go down they go down hard. Keep field service close. Don't get me wrong they're great machines and the company I used to work for had some of the first machines available. I come fro

Re: Siemens HS50 and F5 and S25

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 06 23:12:09 EST 2000 | Brad

Chris, Have you considered Fuji? The robustness of Fuji is proven. I have recently done floor space analysis and cost per placement/sqr foot studies. I have also performed ROI studies on these machines. The new CP7 machine from Fuji outperforms th

Juki 710 and 720

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 16 07:55:37 EST 2007 | ronsou

Anyone have any experiance with these Juki machines? I have no experiance with Juki except for a Zevatech place-mat 360 many years ago. Currently using Siemens and Mydata. How is the accuracy, speed, durability, and programming. Any help would be a

Pick and place pickle

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 26 09:56:37 EDT 2008 | gabriella

hello Zonker cheaper versions tws essemtec ivastech heeb fridge autotronik more expensive: mydata siemens juki uic GSM europlacer ipulse assemblion I will definitely miss some, but at least is some place to start.

Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 28 12:35:38 EDT 2001 | seand

Hello Paul, Without all of the specific details of your product I would recommend providing the BOMs and samples to a couple of vendors and have them prove their capabilities. The Siplace platform is a solid platform for your application and the ap

Pick and place pickle

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 20 01:12:50 EDT 2008 | chrispy1963

Look into a used Siemens F-4 or F-5. These machines can be had for a reasonable cost, they are easy to maintain, the footprint is small (7' X 7.5') and they are simple to program. These machines have a 12 nozzle "Star" revolving placement head for

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

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