Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 25 00:39:45 EDT 2007 | umd
Hi I am buying new SMT machines. Before any final purchase I need your help to suggest me for the specs of Siemens D2& D1 machine. Your comment/feedback will be highly helpful for us as this will be our Ist manufacturing activity. Thanks & Regards
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 26 14:26:16 EST 2007 | james
We are currenly looking at the JUKI 2050 and 2060 and the Siemens D1 and D2. Just looking for your input and if you have these machines, what are your comments? Thanks for any input.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 25 01:24:27 EST 2010 | sparrow
If the bumps are so small, I do not see any reason for considering Mydata, Siemens or any SMT p&p machine. Datacon's die bonders are very good ones. In your case, I would keep using them.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 22 05:06:01 EDT 2007 | umd
Hi I am buying new SMT machines and preferably Siemens D2 & D1 type. Before final purchase I need your help to suggest me for any type of limitation in the machine. Your comment/feedback will be highly helpful for us as this will be our Ist manufac
Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 24 20:11:45 EST 2010 | wmeliane
Hi I would like to get feedback on which of the following 2 machines to buy: -option 1: My100 with single Midas head -option 2: D1S with single P&P head I have experience with the Siemens D series. However I have no real experience with Mydata... Is
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 25 01:05:43 EST 2010 | wmeliane
Thanks for feedback. We already have 2 Datacon machines as we are mostly building microelectronics modules. The FC dies are pretty small and light. Bumps are
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 28 16:27:05 EST 2010 | Howard
9 micron placement accuracy. Includes Flipper unit, dispenser and double nozzle changer. Any interest? Howard (AIRVAC)
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 15 21:24:11 EST 2010 | seabas
The CX-1 is a good choice. As accuarte as a die bonder, and as fast as an SMT placer. We love ours.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 27 22:39:46 EST 2010 | wmeliane
Thanks for the recommendations. We have settled on the new Juki CX-1. Juki states that the machine is a hybrid between a MCM placer and an SMT placer. This machine, if it is capable to do what Juki says it can do, is exactly the machine we need. Ma
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 03 16:55:57 EDT 2007 | vickt
Amit, You are asking about limitations, but how did you narrow your equipment selection down to the D1 or D2 in the first place? These machines have many limitations versus other solutions. What are your main concerns for instance? Component range?