TM220A pick and place

Posted on Friday, February 15th, 2013 in #liveupdates by Ian


Experimenting will probably continue all day. A sturdier table is going to be a must.

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8 Responses to “TM220A pick and place”

  1. gecko says:

    I would like to see a video in action!

    • CopperMaze says:

      Agreed. A video and some screen snap would be nice.
      I’m using a MadelTech DP2006 at work, integrating a vision system (up and down). Works very well but a little bit slow with small parts. Could be interesting to use a TM220 along for Res and Caps.

    • eLLi says:

      Yes, please!
      Also, it would be nice if you could show how to program the thing.

  2. sparksofnothing says:

    The pick and place machines we had at work years ago actually required quite a bit of mass under them (one larger one needed almost 20 kg) to help minimize sway even after we had them on super study tables… something to think about.

  3. Drone says:

    Just take a couple of L-brackets and sink some screw anchors into the wall. Fasten the table to the wall using wing-nuts to the L-brackets, so you can remove them easily and move the table. This will add the needed stability to your table. This will even work with dry wall if you provide enough anchors.

  4. Peter says:

    Pick and place. Serious geek cred.

  5. Haimi says:

    hello,everybody here
    we are the original manufacturer of TM240A,if need any help about operation or any question about our machine,pls feel free to contact
    Thanks and best regards
    Haimi –Neoden

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