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Multi-part reeling for pick and place

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 16 13:41:24 EDT 2004 | Frank

I agree with everybody here. There are plenty of better options than what you have proposed. Without knowing your equipment brand, or what type of offline software you have, if any, I have a few suggestions. 1) If you don't have any offline softwa

Re: Intelliplace and Europlacer

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 07:49:30 EST 1998 | Steve Sauer

Hi Scott, The only information that I have on the Intelliplace machine is that it is their own design unlike the other models (Casio) that they are licensed to sell. As for the other machine (Europlacer Progress 6), I have an extensive background wit

Multi-part reeling for pick and place

Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 17 15:22:17 EDT 2004 | rohman23

Thanks for all the responses. I do agree with what was said, and can certainly see reasons not to try. I'll write a little more about what we do. We are a defense contractor, and as I mentioned very high mix, low volume. We only have 1 SMT line.

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