Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 14 21:31:36 EDT 2009 | drakealvarez
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 21 14:24:14 EDT 2009 | dwelch123
Define "good price". Throw out a number.
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 21 17:09:40 EDT 2009 | drakealvarez
My Boss says a thousand. :) -Aortiz
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 25 14:01:25 EDT 2009 | swag
For what machine?
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 21 16:15:09 EDT 2009 | drakealvarez
Define "good price". Throw out a number. Good price - One feeder around $2,000.00 & under if possible would help very much. -Aortiz
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 25 16:35:36 EDT 2009 | drakealvarez
Universal G.S.M. single beam, head A1 (four spindle) -Aortiz
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 25 18:25:15 EDT 2009 | swag
If you have access to a machine shop you can build your own easily using the same bolt/tooling pin pattern as tracks. Place them on a vibratory track base and disconnect or turn the vibe down.
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 17 09:05:55 EST 2004 | adlsmt
Has anyone designed a Topaz matrix tray holder? We only need something to hold 4 trays and the Assembleon system is expensive and marginal. We can do it here but if someone else has done it would be happy to share the engineering costs to get some dr
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 17 10:55:17 EST 2009 | tpappano
I have a CSM84VZ, so I was thinking of a device that could be placed on it's "manual tray feeder" instead of one of the 9" wide plastic matrix trays that TQFPs, etc. are supplied in. The machine would be programmed to pick parts from several single-