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Yamaha P&P machine model compare

Sam Ho

#34213

Yamaha P&P machine model compare | 12 May, 2005

i would like to know which model of yamaha P&P machine is more stable in the SMT process

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#34221

Yamaha P&P machine model compare | 12 May, 2005

Hi Sam, I'm afraid I can't answer this question in this forum. I'm sure many people would like to know which model or brand is better than the next, but even if we had the data, we would not share it. Our independent measurement services and associated results are confidential with those who order the service. The best I can recommend is to order the service, we provide the measurements and capability reports directly to you and you make the decision which model is more stable in the SMT process. Thanks for inquiring, I'd be happy to discuss this further offline. Mike Sivigny CeTaQ Americas

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pr

#34235

Yamaha P&P machine model compare | 13 May, 2005

Sales pitch aside, why limit yourself to yamaha?

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Sam Ho

#34237

Yamaha P&P machine model compare | 13 May, 2005

i want to know YV112 and YV100, which one is better and more stable.

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Base

#34286

Yamaha P&P machine model compare | 17 May, 2005

YV100, easy...

YV112 uses a dual work-area, dual gantry machine in which the gantry does X and the PCB-table does Y movements. Also each gantry can only work on one PCB work-area and can pick form only one side of the machine. Basically you have two single-sided machine welded bak-to-back.

The YV-100 is more 'run-of-the-mill' single gantry machine which has a wider component-range, can take larger boards and is easier to understand for your floor-personnel. Also maintenance is easier. Granted: you need more of them to get the same speed compared to YV-112, but this will pay itself back with greater flexibility, easier maintenance (= less PMtime) and better utilization.

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Sam Ho

#34297

Yamaha P&P machine model compare | 17 May, 2005

Thanks for your advise!!

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#34310

hello sam | 18 May, 2005

hello sma: maybe you can try the Siemens HS-180s, SP-120s. haha! vera vera@comofaje.com

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Rob

#34315

hello sam | 18 May, 2005

Yes I can heartily reccommend them...

as paperweights, conversation pieces, or antiques of the not too distant future.

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Sam Ho

#34320

hello sam | 18 May, 2005

Hello!Vera, How old are them? i knew the siemens machine is more expensive with the others.

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#34336

hello sam! | 18 May, 2005

hello sam: thanks for your reply! i wonder what's your email add? i will explain for you in detail.it's my pleasure. regards! vera vera@comofaje.com

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