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0201 Machines


AEI

#34002

0201 Machines | 2 May, 2005

Looking for a qucik change over, high density, small run machine. Speed is not of the essence. User friendly programming and repeatability are the main focus. Any suggestions?

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FD

#34003

0201 Machines | 2 May, 2005

Juki KE-2050R (or any of their R-series machines). They have the ability to automatically learn pick positions on paper tape feeders and they can zoom in on pick locations (x2 or x4), so this will help when they release their nozzle for 01005 components.

Just about everybody has quick change over feeder banks as an option. They also have software that will determine common feeder setups to reduce or eliminate feeder changeover between jobs.

Their demo ran real smooth; our board had over 2000 0201 placements and not a hiccup.

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PL

#34004

0201 Machines | 2 May, 2005

And also u can use the Panasert MSR pls refer the web page: http://www.panasonicfa.com

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TB

#34015

0201 Machines | 2 May, 2005

DenM

#34026

0201 Machines | 3 May, 2005

Give me a call, I have a customer putting 600 0201's on a small board all day every day. The platform is small and very precise, versatile, quick changeover, brand new with warranty and won't break the bank. Denis, Manncorp, 215-830-1200

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KEN

#34053

0201 Machines | 3 May, 2005

....and defect free! Call now for the low low introductory price...

Get some "cold heat" soldering irons thrown in too.

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#34056

0201 Machines | 3 May, 2005

I have a feeling someone from Mydata or a Rep. replies to these threads. Every time there is a question about what machine to buy it's always Mydata. I know companies with Mydata that can't do half the stuff everyone here claims.

Buyer Beware...

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Rob

#34059

0201 Machines | 4 May, 2005

...and some wireless ESD wristbands.

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#34101

0201 Machines | 5 May, 2005

all day to place 600 parts?

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#34102

0201 Machines | 5 May, 2005

Sounds about right!

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#34103

0201 Machines | 5 May, 2005

Ken, I bet ya the machine is so fast it produces enough heat to solder the parts when placed

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RDR

#34104

0201 Machines | 5 May, 2005

Looked at it on the web, I believe that it will place those 600 parts in less than 2 hours! And you guys were thinking that it is slow? Ken, not only will it solder those parts with its blazing speed but did you know that you don't even need a stencil with this baby, "it has a precise Martin dispenser" that will do that for you! I have a Martin BGA rework machine and the dispenser on it is the most accurate thing I have ever seen! It will apply stuff wherever you point it. We all need a couple of these babies and this forum could just go away because all problems are solved!

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Rob

#34140

0201 Machines | 9 May, 2005

Won't there be ESD & inspection problems with Martins dispensed all over the board? we only have 1 Martin here and he would fail an ESD test and a cleanliness test. Also he's considerably bigger than any board we make.

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ricardof

#34151

0201 Machines | 9 May, 2005

I'm really getting a lot of fun, at leat Rob has some good points matching technology and humor. These kind of questions should be out of the forum, what I suggest is first to do some research previous to make any GENERAL questions about what SMT platform anyone suggests. I guess anyone on the SMT business should know some basics and curiosity enough to research about SMT platforms looking for the best solution

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