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
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 09 13:16:57 EDT 2018 | harlymh
Would you recommend a Yamaha Pick and place? In terms of reliability, accuracy, cph? We're looking for a pick and place that can deliver a 50 micron accuracy. What brands do you recommend for high accuracy placements?
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 29 04:33:52 EDT 2014 | mun4o
Hi all, we have 2 smd line with 2 topaz x|| each.The machines are 10 year old.Now we need more capacity and I am looking for new line.Because there is not space for third line , we must change the p&p with more productive machines.I like Yamaha , an
Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 03 14:39:32 EDT 2011 | christian01976
Hello. We use an Assembléon MC24 (similar to the Yamaha YS24, the fast version of the YS12) and I can say it is a really good machine. Low maintenance and a good userfriendly software. We run our MC24 with 35.000 cph. And the machine is really small.
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 01 05:05:06 EDT 2014 | max83
Hi, Very good machine. They has different calibration procedure little bit compared with Topaz Xii. It has linear guides. in the general not so much different from Topaz Xii. Were you from?
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?
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
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 16 23:23:03 EDT 2011 | ckyien
Hi, my company is looking for SMT lines. Currently our target for pick and place machine is on Yamaha YS12P/YS12F and Juki 2080L/3020L. Kindly please share your comments of pros and cons of these machines. Also please recommend other brands and mod
Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 25 09:20:38 EST 2012 | mgjme
We use JUKI KE2060 now, and we consider purchase of two YS12 for our next assembly line. But I'm afraid some of the details, like lack of pick-hight measurment function in YS12, we got used to perform at the begining of new production run (by JUKI's
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 13 11:41:27 EDT 2004 | raj_nz