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mydata tp9 vs philips topaz

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 11:50:51 EST 2007 | chrisruizuci

Smallest is 0603 and some 0402 High Mix PCB�s Low Volume

mydata tp9 vs philips topaz

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 19 11:40:44 EST 2007 | wayne123

I have very accurately placed 0402's and 0603's with a topaz, I am very happy with the Topaz, and people that aren't happy with them simply do not know how to use them properly. These machines are capable of alot, I am sure you can find something bet

mydata tp9 vs philips topaz

Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 17 10:24:17 EST 2007 | etienne

Hi, I can give my opinion in this topic since I worked with both machines. To say the truth, I would recommend neither machine. First of all, operating software is much quite the same for both machines. The TP9 is true that has a larger footprint ov

mydata tp9 vs philips topaz

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 12:00:59 EST 2007 | wayne123

A philips Topaz is a good machine, I have accurately placed 0402's without a problem, Fine pitch QFP no problem, BGA's not a problem, I am not familiar with the TP9 so hopefully the other guy can answere questions on that, The Topaz is rated at about

mydata tp9 vs philips topaz

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 13:35:34 EST 2007 | dyoungquist

MyData TP9s Work well in high mix applications because change over time from 1 job to the next can be done in as little as 15 minutes if you have the right mix of magazines/feeders. Component placement rates vary depending on which component you ar

PickNPlace machine suggestions?

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 24 11:22:13 EDT 2007 | cyber_wolf

Let me add to the Mydata thing.. TP9-2U=..... TP9UFP=Good MY9=Best TP9 UFPs will place 0402's fine as long as you have black tools and run them across the camera. This method is slow but it works.

MYData placement variations

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 02 15:01:32 EST 2007 | dyoungquist

We have a TP9 and are having no problems placing 0402s or fine pitch QFPs. Try slowing down the accelerations on the X and Y axis. That increases the time it takes to place a part but I have found that it can help accuracy. All the other posts hav

Re: Mydata TP-18, can she place 0402's

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 21 09:42:31 EDT 1999 | Wayne S.

IF anyone is placing 0402's with the Mydata tp-18 I would like to here how reliable it is(with these little buggers). Thanks MD Cox I've been placing them with a TP9-2U. You need to buy a new tip and a new feeder to

Re: Mydata TP-18, can she place 0402's

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 21 12:18:46 EDT 1999 | M Cox

IF anyone is placing 0402's with the Mydata tp-18 I would like to here how reliable it is(with these little buggers). Thanks MD Cox I've been placing them with a TP9-2U. You need to buy a new tip and a

You Gotta Be Tired Of Loosin' All Those Parts

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 23 21:10:47 EDT 1999 | Dave F

IF anyone is placing 0402's with the Mydata tp-18 I would like to here how reliable it is(with these little buggers). Thanks MD Cox I've been placing them with a TP9-2U. You need t

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