Electronics Forum: yamaha and feeder and parts and kw1-m114l-00x (Page 1 of 1)

First time Pick and Place Machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 21 12:34:31 EDT 2017 | svfeingold

Hi Sumote, thank you for the advice! I actually visited the K&S service center, they are the company that now handles the Assembleon line. They have service/training techs there who have been around since it was part of Philips and are very familiar

Help finding a high capacity pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 15 21:20:18 EDT 2024 | compit

Check out Yamaha - also old. A large number of parts (the same machines under the Assembleon, Philips brand), cheap feeders, many parts suppliers. Models from 2 to 16 heads, e.g. Emerald-X can accommodate 84 INDEPENDENT 8 mm feeders.

Help finding a high capacity pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 18 08:48:58 EDT 2024 | spoiltforchoice

200 unique components across an entire range is nothing, Were we all so lucky we would all leave the inventory permanently loaded on the line. The Manncorp machines are probably your cheapest solution new. These chinese machines with western input

Which (cheap / old) pick and place for 0402, 0.5mm FPC small line

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 20 10:54:14 EST 2022 | compit

Opal XII, MG-1 (and substitites from Yamaha available in Asia). Unlimited spare parts, cheap feeders, etc. MG-1 is faster, better for service (opinion of a friendly serviceman)

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