Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 04 18:39:56 EDT 2006 | mafc65
Does anybody using this AOI machine ? It is really unknown for me but in the brouchure looks good, of course I will request a Demo, but in advance I would like some feedback from curren users . Thanks
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 05 08:11:29 EDT 2006 | JME
What did someone say on another post like this? Opinions are like a...holes, everbody's got one. Best to do your own research.
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 12 10:48:31 EDT 2006 | jdengler
Mike, Search the archives on AOI machines. There are some good recommendations on how to set up your test at Demo to make sure the system will fit your needs. Jerry
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 12 10:41:09 EDT 2006 | tony_d
I agree with JME... You really need to do your homework when it comes to verifying if an AOI machine, or any other machine, will meet your requirements. Be sure to check out MIRTEC as well. Thes guys have got a very good name in the industry. My
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 11 14:05:28 EDT 2008 | devgru
We use our YESTech YTV-F1 for our 2D solder paste inspection and it works very good for us.
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 07 23:12:14 EST 2008 | edmaya33
We are little bit interested with the Yestech YTV-F1 series machine. We are using Landrex AOI eversince ( formerly Teradyne ), the OPTIMA II-7301. How about the price? the OPTIMA-II cost about $97K including the repair station.
Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 08 16:55:22 EST 2008 | rway
I think you'll find that the YTV-F1 system is comparatively priced at around $100K. Plus it has a color camera and more functionality than what you will get with the Landrex system. You might also look at what Mirtec has. I have only used them for
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 04 10:47:54 EST 2008 | rway
Thank you all for the great responses. We to looked at tne Mirtec before settling on the YesTech. I felt the machine software was better structured and organized and the system caught more faults on our "broken" board than the other system did (We