Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 20 19:02:00 EDT 2013 | garym4569
I would definitely consider Juki.
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 12 10:26:43 EDT 2013 | emeto
As I said Siemems SX series can do a lot.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 13 20:24:54 EDT 2013 | kahrpr
You need to look at samsung a few years back at apex vegas they were teaching poker chips and just about anything else you can put on the head.
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 12 09:23:35 EDT 2013 | SMT Newbie
I was wondering if people could throw out some recommendations for what they think would be a good choice of machine for placing truely odd form components. Odd form meaning different types of custom shields ranging from rings to arcs. I know that
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 12 09:56:50 EDT 2013 | emeto
Hi, I don't know what you mean by really odd parts. Are they SMT parts that have a flat surface to pick them up? If so, probably several machines can do it. I know for sure Siemens can place almost anything. THey will help you with any type of nozzl
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 15 10:55:22 EDT 2013 | capse
You should take a look at Universal Instrument. http://www.uic.com You can search odd form component placement for a list of relevant web pages. UIC has several solutions for your application. FYI, I represent UIC in the southeastern USA. So, I'm bi
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 20 07:14:10 EDT 2013 | vinitverma
Assembleon AX201 is one of the most accurate odd-form placer. It can place anything, including leaded transformers, press-fit connectors, and of course odd form SMT components. You can even use a gripper nozzle for components without a flat surface t
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 20 13:06:19 EDT 2013 | kmots15
We've placed some crazy parts with Mydata but always used the mechanical centering jaws as the vision algorithm is lacking for pattern recognition. Could easily do a poker chip (or other circular things) in the X&Y but maybe the text wouldn't be str
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 12 10:16:05 EDT 2013 | bocci572
Yes the components are flat and no larger than 50mm in size. Most are full rings or just an arc of a ring. I understand fully the best way to have the capabilities proven would be to have the vendor demonstrate. I am kind of looking at what people
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 21 22:15:59 EST 2000 | Vince Whipple
Mohammed, The first suggested place to start with your question would probably be with your flux Mfr. Push them! The quantity of dross is effected by several factors: The higher your solder pot temp., the higher your dross level... but don't go too