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High speed passive component pick and place machine for $3600

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Mats tipped us to this high speed pick and place machine that's currently about $3600 on Taobao. It features 15 automatic reel feeders, and the top speed of the machine is 6000 parts per hour. The placement head can handle parts as small as 0402, but it doesn't use a...

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DIY manual pick ‘n’ place machine

Monday, December 3rd, 2012

Bored with having to pick up every component with tweezers, and having them always fall off at unfortunate moments. Build a manual pick 'n' place machine. Basically it's a suction cup on X and Y movable axis, with a USB camera attached for higher precision. If you are dealing with...

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