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 | Fri Feb 10 09:45:14 EST 2006 | ghm
Where can I find information about the typical Sony problems ?
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 | 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 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