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Is there any good service in China for PCB assembly?

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 24 06:32:18 EDT 2018 | marinaluo96

PCB, PCBA and Materials Procurement services. Our company has won AUDITED SUPPLIER by SGS, ISO9001:2008 and IATF16949:2016 certified, IPC member. 35 assembly lines for bulk order and small volume, 500 staff, 13000㎡, dust-free and static-free works

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

Samsung vs other manufacturers

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 01 01:44:24 EDT 2023 | rob1

I'm looking to replace our old Yamaha SMT line and I have receive some good feedback from SMTnet users. Most of the recommendations are for Yamaha, Juki or Fuji. As most contract manufacturers use Samsung, but is there reason why production engineers

Universal Genesis Inline7

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 20 12:38:07 EST 2018 | robl

NXT's are never meant to be used in isolation - I've never seen less than 3 thin modules and 1 fat together. AIMEX III uses the same heads in one chassis if you prefer contained machines. I've had lots of platforms over the years, and worked them

Which printer is more robust ? ESE-2000X, SJIT HP-680 or Yamaha YCP10

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 20 15:46:15 EDT 2020 | roblackey

Hi MCB, YCP10 is a good printer, and inline with Yamaha SPI, P&P, AOI, & P-Tools is a great printer. If you don't have a Yamaha line I'd probably go DEK or Ekra, but does depend on local spares and service support.

Need Advice on SMT Pick&Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 06 04:30:16 EST 2005 | rlackey

I was under the impression that the Assemblion/Philips Opal/topaz/GEM/Comet etc were all built in the same factory as the Yamaha machines - all except the FCM's. For the record they have very good support - better than Yamaha in some regions such as

Re: Opinions on Yamaha YM84V II

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 01 15:43:04 EST 1998 | Chuck Footit

| We are considering a used Yamaha YM84V II to add to our existing compliment of stand-alone machines. The brochure states that it can place 0603 devices as standard. Is this true? Do you know of any quirks with these machines? Any comments would be

Yamaha Machine

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 06 06:04:16 EDT 2000 | Dreamsniper

Hi Guys, I'd like to collect info regarding YAMAHA YV88 Mark2 and YV100 series. Are they of any good compare to Universal GSM1 or Panasert MPAV2 ? My new company's products have hips of fine pitch components (0.5mm) and we are planning to get new eq

Mycronic vs. Juki: Your Opinions?

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 20 22:08:07 EDT 2023 | saucyshawn

Mycronic is very expensive. But it does have a lot of good options and feeder count. JUKI I have always found to be limited to number of feeders and flexibility of individual machines. If you are upgrading from MannCorp there may be better options

chip mounters

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 21 02:07:16 EST 2011 | obrant

I'm looking for good/clean used chip mounters. juki ke760 yamaha yg100xg panasonic cm202 fuji kikai cp7, 8, 9

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