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Review of NeoDen 4 pick and place machine with vision system

Posted on Saturday, October 1st, 2016 in tools by DP

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Ray Wang wrote up a review of NeoDen 4 pick and place machine with built-in vision system:

Recently NeoDen released a new model called NeoDen 4 — it’s their first desktop model that has built-in computer vision system. The vision-based alignment makes it possible to place fine-pitched components with minimal manual work. It has four pick and place heads, which means if can simultaneously pick up to four components at a time. It can fit a lot more feeders, and can handle a variety of component types, including matrix tray components, and any special components that you can lay out in a 3D printed tray. It has a vibration feeder for components in tube packaging. Although I rarely use tube packaging, one notable exception is the CH340G USB-serial chip, which is used in almost all my products, and so far it only comes in tubes.

More details at Rayshobby.net.

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One Response to “Review of NeoDen 4 pick and place machine with vision system”

  1. Ktype says:

    Is DP ever going to write a review for its neoden4?

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