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Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Wed May 09 12:07:52 EDT 2001 | caldon

My personal favorite is the Siemens F series and the UIC GSM platform. Both Siemens and UIC have awesome resources for csp, flipchip and baredie processing - Siemens= Dan Baldwin from GaTech; UIC = George Westby from UIC labs. My second choice would

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 02 15:46:08 EDT 2004 | drlou

I have been reading the forum to try and figure out what brands to look at for Pick and Place machines. We need around 3,600 cph, and would like to be able to handle 0402, soic, tssop, and perhaps as little as 0.020" pitch. Max pcb is 9 x 13". Looks

Multitroniks, Quad System and Tyco Info

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 03 15:20:18 EDT 2001 | stmerkt

The press release attached below provides some insight into the direction Tyco is planning to head with the Automation Group. For Immediate Release Tyco Electronics Expands Automation Group; Offers Quad Systems Assembly Equipment Quad Systems

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 08 22:20:17 EDT 2004 | Don

Dr. Lou, I wouldn't recommend the Quad QSP series. A stated before it's old tech, and the feeders are junk. If your looking at Tyco (Quad), they have a new Mirae 1025P platform. It's very competitive performance/price against Assembleon and the li

Multitroniks, Quad System and Tyco Info

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 01 21:32:05 EDT 2001 | Binns

Multi who ??

Multitroniks, Quad System and Tyco Info

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 03 21:54:48 EDT 2001 | jbull

Steve, I will assume from the eloquently worded press release you are an employee of Tyco Electronics. Let me start off by saying welcome to the SMT neighborhood, we will be looking forward to the new options your company will provide us. One thing

Multitroniks, Quad System and Tyco Info

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 31 20:38:49 EDT 2001 | jbull

Does any have any experience with Multitroniks pick & place machines. How do the machines perform for accuracy, repeatability, programmability and serviceability? Does the machine have a good uptime record? How is the service & support? I ask these q

Multitroniks, Quad System and Tyco Info

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 02 06:39:21 EDT 2001 | Binns

Jay In reference to your original question ( not including my previous off-hand remark ) I have not heard that multitronics will be the only machine from the new tyco company, but if it is true i think that would be the single most foolish thing they

Multitroniks, Quad System and Tyco Info

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 06 15:54:06 EDT 2001 | Fox

I think that anyone who has any questions about Tyco Electronics' offerings as far as equipment should check out their new web site: automation.tycoelectronics.com One other note about the references to Dynapert equipment and their link to Multitron

Multitroniks, Quad System and Tyco Info

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 31 22:22:09 EDT 2001 | davef

Multitronics machines, in their lastest incarnation, previously were Dynapert machines. A largely UK phenomenon. It's unclear that Multitromics made much US market penitration since their acquistion of Dynapert a couple of years ago.

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