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Capability study of a turret head component mounter

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 22 07:35:37 EDT 2000 | Henrik Eklund

Hello everyone out there, I have been working in the SMT process for a couple o years now, and now I'm partly responsible for the turret head component mounting process. We are about to buy new equipment and I want to do a capability study of this m

Pick and Place turret Images

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 11 12:42:46 EDT 2005 | machine designer

I need a good digital photo or two of the turret of a Siplace (or equiv) style SMD pick and place head preferably laden with die or SMD parts to explain a bulk handling concept to some machine neophytes here. I could alternatively use an image of any

Universal Lightning head

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 23 08:43:25 EDT 2005 | jax

The Lightning Head on an Advantis Platform is a good choice. You should expect to see "Real Life" speeds around 20K, better accuracy than any Turret Style Machine, and the software is the same as any GSM,Genesis,Advantis machine using a Windows platf

Faster Than Lightning!

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 30 02:57:56 EDT 2019 | reckless

In search of my ultimate chip shooter I need a machine faster than 2 universal instruments lightning heads. I am aware Fuji has a turret head and Yamaha. Are they as reliable/fast as the lightning head? Who else makes turret heads?

FUJI XP series Reliability/Speed

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 25 15:29:33 EDT 2022 | smtusa

Looking at Fuji XP143e rated at 20k cph but what is its real world speed for 0402 chip shooting? Does anyone have experience with this machine? How reliable is it? Any major problems/drawbacks? There isn't much written in past forum posts about i

nozzle level (low) out of tolerance (universal HSP)

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 03 14:32:04 EDT 2010 | keiths487

random nozzle and head combo's all around the turret...head 1,4,8,11,13,14 and always nozzle 1 or 2

Faster Than Lightning!

Electronics Forum | Sat May 11 19:35:24 EDT 2019 | reckless

I heard Hanwha cph figures are the extremely overrated. I was told to divide their numbers by 3 to get real world speeds. They list HM520 at 80k so dividing it by 3 it will only be 26k. That doesn't sound that fast to me especially for 2 turret he

X/Y & Turrets

Electronics Forum | Tue May 31 09:24:22 EDT 2005 | Rob

Surely the next stage would be to anchor the head & pick & place at the same time cutting out the time lost in movement, then add rotating nozzle windmills to speed up nozzle selection.... I'm just remembering all the nasty things reps said in the p

Universal Genesis Inline7

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 21 12:44:38 EST 2018 | reckless

Talked with the local Yamaha rep. YSM40 has a real world speed of 100k, in some cases 120k. Seems about in line with a Universal GC-120? It is a smaller chassis but the lightning head has more installations. I like the idea of such a small form f

Faster Than Lightning!

Electronics Forum | Wed May 22 11:58:32 EDT 2019 | emeto

If the setup is not huge, I would say get the ASM. They have great setup optimizer. You can have multiple reels if the same parts on the setup and have all the setup in front of the machine, so your operator don't have to circle around all the time.

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