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Yamaha YS24 and YS12

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 01 13:46:11 EDT 2014 | max83

Yes, MC-24 and YS-24 are same platform, because Assembleone was selling Yamaha`s machines under name Assembleone till 2012 in the EU, Assembleone was distributor Yamaha in the Europe. Now Assembleon and Yamaha different machines. YS machines not so

First time Pick and Place Machine

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 17 16:45:24 EDT 2017 | capse

Sergey, The Assembleon GEM Series machines were built by Yamaha. They currently support them via Trans-Tec, their distributor. At least in Asia and NA, I'm a Yamaha/Trans-Tec Rep in the southeast US. Remember it is buyer beware in the secondary marke

Yamaha YS24 and YS12

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 01 08:35:26 EDT 2014 | mun4o

Thanks. I am from Bulgaria.I am litlle worried that YS24 and YS12 are old models.If I am not mistaken YS24 = MC24 (ASSEMBLEON).But assembleon mc24 no longer produced?

Yamaha pick and place

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 10 02:57:53 EDT 2018 | rob

Yes I would, most of our old Yamaha machines (before 2005) will do 30-35 microns @ 3 sigma with the fine camera option. Our Jukis with His res camera's will hit it too. You should be OK with most things after 1997 with the right camera choice (whic

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 | Thu Jun 01 11:17:05 EDT 2006 | Dr.Lou

I ended up buying the Assembleon. MyData was the only other brand in the Northwest with enough of a presence to consider. The MyData salesman sank his own ship by being too aggressive, and his quote dropped 45% in one week when he found out we were l

tape splicing pros and cons

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 16 00:45:19 EDT 2006 | Richard Robins-Bird

Not all splicing tapes require the use of specialist tooling or splicing plates to make a join. Please see wwww.fujismt.com where a complete range of SMT splicing tapes (Joint Tapes) can be found for use with chip mounters such as Assembleon, Europla

long connector and MG1 Yamaha / Assembleon

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 01 16:42:14 EDT 2023 | compit

I already see that most of these connectors are on trays - I just don't know if they are suitable for the machine. And I don't know what nozzles Yamaha/Assembleon/Philips use.

long connector and MG1 Yamaha / Assembleon

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 31 14:15:34 EDT 2023 | compit

Hello What feeder do you use for the long connector (65-80mm) - tape feeder, tray? What nozzles? We want to mount a SODIMM200 socket. I don't know whether to look on the tape or on the trays... The MG1 spec says it will mount connectors up to 100mm (

long connector and MG1 Yamaha / Assembleon

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 01 11:55:27 EDT 2023 | tommy_magyar

In my previous job we fitted these connectors with bespoke gripper nozzles (ASM/Siplace) from bespoke trays made for these due to the high volume. It also reduces the risk of damaging the component further in case of a reject. However, at my current

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