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Yamaha YV84 P&P machine

Sam Ho

#34740

Yamaha YV84 P&P machine | 4 June, 2005

I want to know who is running the Yamaha YV84 pick & place machine in your SMT line now. Could you share your experience form using this machine. Thanks.

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Base

#34753

Yamaha YV84 P&P machine | 6 June, 2005

You may want to start a parallel thread for Philips Emerald, which is the same machine.

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Sam Ho

#34772

Yamaha YV84 P&P machine | 6 June, 2005

Base, Are you using this machine in your SMT line now? Could you like to share your experience to me. thanks

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Base

#34781

Yamaha YV84 P&P machine | 7 June, 2005

Nope, not using it, but have some experience with it.

Reliable, versatile, accurate. It is not in a league of its own, but it does everything you want it to at a level you expect it to. Never let me down. It is pretty much like a Toyota family car. It's got all it needs to get the job done comfortably without having to go through a great efforts. And in case you do need to 'boldly go where no man has gone before' its settings and parameters can be manipulated (and restored!) fairly easy in order to make it do stuff that is not in the brochure, but be carefull though: it would be like disabling the ABS on y'r car... It can be good fun, but it can also put you in the repair shop...

I guess that basically sums it up.

Base

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MrMaint

#34803

Yamaha YV84 P&P machine | 7 June, 2005

Been working with philips/yamaha/assembleon equipment for 21 years. I worked at 4 different places, all with this type of equipment. Had nothing but good luck with all the different models, Eclipse,Emerald,Topaz,comet and saphire. Very repeatable and very little down time.

MrMaint

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#41966

Yamaha YV84 P&P machine | 3 June, 2006

Dear MrMaint, I have a COMET machine and I need to calibrate the X axes of table B that it is of by aprox 0.2%. Please help, the manual do not tell how to do this. Best regards, Greg

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