Electronics Forum: yamaha yamaha ym84 smt nozzle (Page 1 of 3)

smt connector

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 24 16:53:44 EST 2002 | mikestringer

We place a similar square pin style of connector on one of our products. The connector is a 22mm high HW series from Samtek. We have a Yamaha YVL88 MK1 and YV88XS set up to handle them (Yes they are rebadged as Philips machines in some markets). No

Philips CSM66 CSM84 (Yamaha YM66 YM84) consumables

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 11 03:05:36 EDT 2017 | robl

Hi Andras, we use Qinyi in China for nozzles and feeders for the YV machines, it's probably worth trying them for the older YM ones. Contact Eric Wu, sales@qy-smt.com

Yamaha YM84V III Nozzles anyone?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 10 01:20:03 EST 2013 | jd

Hi, I've recently purchase a YM84V III machine and I don't have a nozzle for the vision head(3) I am looking for a/some nozzles, does anyone know of where I can obtain or does anyone have the model numbers I should be searching for? Cheers

Yamaha YM84V III Nozzles anyone?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 10 08:56:19 EST 2013 | fredcalkins

We have nozzles for the Yamaha 84 machines. Email me at fred@nozzlesupply.com and we will try to get or make a vision nozzle for you.

Re: Opinions on Yamaha YM84V II

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 30 16:19:44 EST 1998 | Brian McCarthy

| 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

Philips CSM66 CSM84 (Yamaha YM66 YM84) consumables

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 10 08:27:37 EDT 2017 | andras

We are still using these machines and trying to maintain them (huh, old fashioned guys, aren't we?) Has anybody got any info on parts for these machines like: nozzles, arms, jaws, feeders? Thanks:andras

Problem with y-axis Yamaha84 SMT mounter

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 27 03:15:14 EDT 2005 | Jeff Roberts

The Y-axis motor of the YM84 Series is well known for failures. The bearing between the encoder and the armature fails causing dirt to fall on the encoder wheel, hence the encoder mis-counts. If you re-Origin the machine the problem is resolved for a

Juky 570L or Mark IVc

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 28 16:15:17 EST 2007 | jmelson

One more concern is "consumables" like nozzles, chuck jaws, etc. On some machines these parts wear rapidly and need frequent replacement, or are very easily damaged and need replacement after even the most minor crashes like a dropped component layi

Problem with y-axis Yamaha84 SMT mounter

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 25 09:20:10 EDT 2005 | meritajs

Hi, We have problem with y-axis offset at YM84 After setting the ORIGIN machine operate exactly but after sometime y-axis recieves offset bis 5-10mm.After repeated setting ORIGIN Y-coordinat became exact. The same things take place if we operate in W

Yamaha YV100 Feeders

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

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