Multi Functional Yamaha Desktop Pick And Place Machine CHM-861 Desktop Automatic
|Power Supply||AC380V (50Hz, three phase), 4.5kW|
|Air Supply||0.5MPa ~0.7MPa|
|Vacuum Generation||Built-in vacuum pump|
|Mounting Head Quantity||8|
|Mounting Speed||36000cph (optimal)|
|PCB Conveying||3-section-rail automatic conveying, PCB support|
|Nozzle Change||Automatic nozzle change (37-hole nozzle library)|
Built-in industrial computer (Windows 7)
equipped with monitor, keyboard, and mouse
|Drive System||X&Y axis driven by Panasonic A6 servo motors (Y axis by double motors); adopting flexible S-curve acceleration and deceleration|
|Transmission System||X&Y axis adopting THK ground ball screw and THK mute linear guide (Y axis with double screws)|
100 NXT 8mm standard feeder stacks
(also suitable for IC tray and stick feeder)
Fly camera×8 (component size applicable: 16mm×16mm);
IC camera×1 (component size applicable: 36mm×36mm);
A pick and place machine is a type of automated manufacturing equipment that is used to pick up components and place them onto a printed circuit board (PCB). This machine is commonly used in the electronics industry to improve production efficiency and accuracy. The machine consists of a robotic arm that is controlled by a computer program and is equipped with a vacuum nozzle to pick up small electronic components. The machine can place these components onto a PCB with great precision and speed.
High Precision: One of the key features of a pick and place machine is its ability to place electronic components onto a printed circuit board (PCB) with high precision. The machine uses a robotic arm controlled by a computer program to ensure that components are placed in the correct location and orientation, resulting in a high level of accuracy.
High Speed: Pick and place machines are designed to improve production efficiency by placing electronic components onto a PCB at a high rate of speed. The machine can pick up and place components in a matter of milliseconds, allowing manufacturers to produce electronic devices at a much faster rate.
Electronics Manufacturing: The most common application of a pick and place machine is in the electronics manufacturing industry. The machine is used to automate the process of placing electronic components onto a printed circuit board (PCB), improving production efficiency and accuracy.
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