Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 23 09:04:14 EDT 2017 | capse
If you have an older GEM Series machine, it was built by Yamaha. Trans-Tec America is the current distirbutor.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 17 16:45:24 EDT 2017 | capse
Sergey, The Assembleon GEM Series machines were built by Yamaha. They currently support them via Trans-Tec, their distributor. At least in Asia and NA, I'm a Yamaha/Trans-Tec Rep in the southeast US. Remember it is buyer beware in the secondary marke
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 23 10:39:37 EST 1998 | Igmar
| I have been involved in SMT for only a few months so I am coming from a position of extreame ignorance. I have been asked to investigate the differences in soldering to components with Paladium coated leads vs the standard Tin_lead. I would appre
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 15 15:57:39 EDT 2021 | kumarb
Here you go: https://we.tl/t-qQkEpE8H3p Suggest to also contact Trans-tec USA for any questions that you may have about this tool or any other. As an owner of the machine from Assembleon / Yamaha - they offer support. They have been great to suppo
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 29 12:52:12 EDT 2005 | jdumont
We also had issues with paste sticking on our Trans Automation printer and switched to the Permalex blades. That made the biggest difference with release. They are a little pricey but it was worth it.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 08 17:26:40 EDT 2007 | htran
Hello All, I have been searching for the board assemblies bake out requirements acceptance criteria but unsuccessful. Does anyone knows if there are general guidelines for the percentage of the moisture absorption in the PWBs and PWAs? Thanks, Tran
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 10 07:33:32 EDT 2007 | davef
Tran Since we all agree that J-001 has no baking requirement, why are you baking the boards? What is the purpose of this bake process?
Electronics Forum | Wed May 29 12:19:03 EDT 2013 | kevslatvin
Oh yeah I saw Trans Tec is offering support for the Yamaha made Assembleon machines. I believe this was the GEM series and the MG series that replaced them so they may have some as well.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 15 16:49:41 EDT 2021 | tqt
Thanks kumarb. Yes, we're going to have Trans-tec onsite service very soon.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 01 18:12:56 EDT 2022 | ninevoltz
I just contacted Trans-Tec and they told me they only support the Assembleon branded Yamaha machines, not the AX series.