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tape and reel machine

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 10 12:22:08 EDT 2001 | Kevin

Cal, There are several suppliers of cover tape materials that do not require heat to activate the adhesive. 3M and Advantek are likely the leaders. There are relatively few T&R machines that can handle both heat and non-heat applications - as Chri

tape and reel machine

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 22:21:54 EDT 2001 | caldon

.............and since this link originated from march of 2000 I should not expect a response

tape and reel machine

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 11 13:37:35 EDT 2001 | Stefan

The pressure sensitive tape is used as an alternative to heat sealed cover tape. It works usually quite well and is easily applied by the taping machine, but it can create some problems in the tape feeder. In the Surftape, Cal is referring to, the c

tape and reel machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 24 15:20:27 EST 2000 | Chris McDonald

I have recently purchased a Tape and reel machine from V-Tech. We are using Presure Sensitive tape and we are not geting good results. Anything bigger that a SOIC14/16 gives us trouble. The cover tape will pull off on the feeder and we will lose part

tape and reel machine

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 10 13:35:00 EDT 2001 | stepheno

I used to work with Chris. (neither of us are there anymore). What is he talking about is putting components into "pockets". The parts would come in, in sticks (tubes) but we wanted them in reels. At first we sent them out to be reeled, but that w

tape and reel machine

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 14:10:24 EDT 2001 | cal

I am confused. You are using pressure sensitive tape. the pessure sensitive tape i have seen does not use cover tape.The pressure sensitive tape I am familiar with is called "Surftape" could you provide some more clarification?? Surftape is more co

mirae pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 11 16:11:32 EDT 2003 | stefwitt

The question new or used was discussed several times. If you start fresh and have no experience with one or the other machine vendor, I would get a new machine, whose supplier has a service tech in driving distance. If you select the used machine pa

mirae pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 14 12:33:14 EDT 2003 | Brian W.

In many cases, if you buy a used machine, it is worth the investment to register your machine with the manufacturer. That way you have access to support and information for your machine. A number of the machine manufacturers also refurbish their eq

mirae pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 12 00:48:35 EDT 2003 | MA/NY DDave

Hi I want to echo the above good advice. Be careful that you either buy a machine from a company that will be here 5 years out or you buy training, equipment documentation and spare parts to cover you. YiEng, MA/NY DDave

mirae pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 11 12:45:23 EDT 2003 | jonfox

Assembleon Topaz (many different flavors) or you can pick up an almost new Universal GSM pretty cheap these days. Are you looking for "new" equipment only? What are your requirements and/or features you are looking at/for? Another good machine if

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