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Lasercut strip feeder for your pick & place

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Do you need a strip feeder for your pick & place?  Felix of LowPowerLab  shows you how to easily make a DIY strip feeder: So let’s make a strip feeder. I have lots of components that are less than a full reel (exotic resistors, transistors, crystals, caps, mosfets etc). Most...

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DIY low budget manual pick & place

Saturday, November 24th, 2012

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkYNBFXlJYQ[/embed] Vpapanik shared a tutorial on how to make your own SMD pick and place machine: If you are dealing with tiny SMD parts (e.g. 0402 resistors and capacitors), a manual pick and place machine is a helpful piece of equipment for prototyping and small-batch manufacturing. On the other side, traditional...

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