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Pick and Place Machine

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#64837

Pick and Place Machine | 16 August, 2011

Hi,

my company is looking for SMT lines. Currently our target for pick and place machine is on Yamaha YS12P/YS12F and Juki 2080L/3020L. Kindly please share your comments of pros and cons of these machines. Also please recommend other brands and models. Thanks!

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#64840

Pick and Place Machine | 17 August, 2011

#64843

Pick and Place Machine | 17 August, 2011

We hacve Juki and I have to admit that they are very good machines. These machines are not very fast(I don't know how different is 2080. 1080 aned 2060 are almost the same and their real speed is about 6000cpm/h. Besodes that fact the machines great - very reliable and repetitve and don't break often.

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#64847

Pick and Place Machine | 17 August, 2011

Hi,

Thanks guys, your info really helps a lot.

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#64971

Pick and Place Machine | 3 September, 2011

Hello. We use an Assembléon MC24 (similar to the Yamaha YS24, the fast version of the YS12) and I can say it is a really good machine. Low maintenance and a good userfriendly software. We run our MC24 with 35.000 cph. And the machine is really small.

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#65055

Pick and Place Machine | 19 September, 2011

And don't break often??? Can you define a time frame for the word "often"

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#67684

Pick and Place Machine | 25 November, 2012

We use JUKI KE2060 now, and we consider purchase of two YS12 for our next assembly line. But I'm afraid some of the details, like lack of pick-hight measurment function in YS12, we got used to perform at the begining of new production run (by JUKI's laser HihgtMeasurmentSystem). And I wonder about reliability of vibratory stick feeders from Yamaha, the same as Assemblon's. Could you help?

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