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Prototype SMT assembly machine

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#50280

Prototype SMT assembly machine | 18 May, 2007

I'm looking for a SMT prototype & small series assembly machine, needs to be very accurate, no need for high speed. For assembly batch size 1 to 50 pcb's.

The machine needs to be accurate and flexible, able to place chips 0402 up to BGA components. Fast setup.

are there recomendations. (+price please) Kind regards Bart

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#50284

Prototype SMT assembly machine | 18 May, 2007

Hi Bart,

I would suggest MyData. They are good for protos because they are very flexible. You can use strips of parts with no leaders. This is huge unless your customer / company deals with nothing but full reels. You can even teach it to pick up lose tray parts without the tray as well.

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#50305

Prototype SMT assembly machine | 19 May, 2007

Hi Bart,

I suggest you have a look at Assembleon's OPAL XII. They have a special offer at this moment. You can select the machine with 4 heads (standard) and later if higher speed is needed, you can upgrade it to 8 heads. the machine is capable of handling 0201 till 45mm square components including BGAs, micro BGAs etc. with 100 8mm feeder slots.

You can contact your local Assembleon office! If you need more info., you can write to me at vinit.verma@prosemtechnology.com

Regards Vinit

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#50308

Prototype SMT assembly machine | 21 May, 2007

Good afternoon,

Nevertheless, MyData is definitely better for prototyping due to much higher flexibility. It definitely better deals with odds and ends.

BR, Pavel

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#50309

Prototype SMT assembly machine | 21 May, 2007

Thanks,

in what range of price is this mydata machine located at, with � 80 feeders, 20 whide feeders, 20 stick feeders

regards Bart

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Ron

#50316

Prototype SMT assembly machine | 21 May, 2007

A My-9 which will hold 96 8mm will run you $150K. That's a refurbed unit directly from Mydata with feeders (magazines) and warrenty.

I know because I recently priced one out. The Tp series is much cheaper in price but you sacrifice speed if that is important to you.

Good-luck

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