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Juki 360 pick and place rebuild at Null Space Labs

Posted on Saturday, September 10th, 2011 in hacks by Ian

Pick and place rebuild at Null Space Labs:

Gleep found us a Juki(Zevatech) Placemat 360 (that seems to  have been upgraded to a 460 ) pick and place machine. It was sold as ‘working’, the sellers definition was, if I’m completely honest a stretch (outright lie)

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  1. megabug says:

    Very nice stuff there!

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