Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 22 11:30:28 EDT 2018 | robl
Hi, we use QY-SMT for our Juki & Yamaha feeders and spares. Great service. Eric Wu email@example.com Used them for 6 years.
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 31 04:59:34 EDT 2018 | sophyluo1985
By the way, dear Karl, We have thousands of JUKI , YAMAHA, FUJI, PANASONIC, SIEMENS, SAMSUNG feeders in stock for sale. Once you need ,please let me know, ok? Have a nice day! Sophy GoldLand Electronic Technology Co., Ltd 88#, Nan Ling Road, Xin Qia
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 31 04:55:50 EDT 2018 | sophyluo1985
Hi Karl, We also supply YAMAHA and JUKI parts. Our website is : Http://www.goldlandsmt.com Once you need, we can quote to you for your reference. ok? Have a nice day! Sophy GoldLand Electronic Technology Co., Ltd 88#, Nan Ling Road, Xin Qiao, Sha J
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 08 20:59:59 EDT 2020 | sosigguy
hello, have you solved this issue yet? can you not use the teaching function for a part to set the pickup position? I believe we have worked around by changing the property of one of the feeder types(i think we used Stick-B) under the machine proper
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 26 20:35:33 EDT 2021 | kumarb
Hi. Have the Emerald-X (Yamaha YV88X) unit. Works fine. Using F9 (Teach & Trace), we can position to most locations on the front feeders (not to the extreme left or extreme right due to the head design). Should the unit be able to do the same for t
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 11 10:20:31 EDT 2019 | capse
I'm a Rep for Yamaha equipment. I have several customers using Feeder Finger with great success. The Yamaha feeder has a design feature that compliments the Feeder Finger.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 23 07:42:25 EST 2018 | robl
Hi James, Thank you for answering. We can simultaneously pick multiple different part numbers with no problem, but we cannot generate programs simultaneously picking the same part number from multiple feeders on our Juki's. We can on our Yamaha's.
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 10 04:34:26 EDT 2018 | stephenj37824
I must say so far the yamaha seems to fit the bill. Most of our products are low mix. Less than 6 different components per board. 90% are only 2 lol. So just looking at how the yamaha operates it seems gang picking the same part off 12 feeders seems
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 01 22:44:47 EDT 2006 | dmfausti
I have just been engaged again in SMT pick-n-place machines. My latest exposure is with Yamaha YV100 and YM84. I have been having some problem on feeders, especially on 1206 reel packages and above. The plastic cover on the reel does not peel off eas
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 24 14:42:03 EDT 2020 | kumarb
Hi. Heck no! First, you should find out the Yamaha equivalent of your machine, if known - that is a more common reference when sourcing parts. While we have no affiliation with the vendor other than a very positive history of sourcing a laundry list