High speed Pick & Place for $3600

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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby protodrew » Sun Feb 17, 2013 4:45 pm

Hi - I've got an FTP server set up in my LAB (a little slow) - the username is 'dp' & password is 'dp' - address is rack001.no-ip.org port 21


Feel free to add the video (and any other) content here.


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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby tsillen » Sun Feb 17, 2013 5:12 pm

Or put it on dropbox / google drive
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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby DwayneR » Sun Feb 17, 2013 9:30 pm

I don't know if this helps, but Box.com and Dell are offering a free 50GB cloud storage solution. No cost and the 50GB is free for life (or however box.com is around). The only downside is that maximum file size is 250MB.

My thought would be to upload the videos to your account on box.com, then publish the link that they give you so that others can download the videos.

https://www.box.com/signup/o/dell_50gb_give_get

It might be worth a try.

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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby xinort » Sun Feb 17, 2013 10:25 pm

I'm uploading the video's to Drew's ftp server. Looks like it should be done in about 45 mins
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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby neslekkim » Mon Feb 18, 2013 1:24 am

share files => dropbox
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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby xinort » Mon Feb 18, 2013 1:59 am

The files are on Drews FTP server if someone wants to get them on dropbox or wherever that would be great. The file stalled at first and I don't have access to resume or delete so I re-uploaded with another file name. The first one won't unzip since it's only a partial file. Enjoy.
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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby tsillen » Mon Feb 18, 2013 5:22 am

The password was changed of the ftp ? i used dp and dp but coulden't get in.
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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby ian » Mon Feb 18, 2013 6:42 am

I talked to the factory and worked out 'the' deal :) Emails out to everyone signed up previously. If you are a dedicated buyer and willing and able to wire money to china today, you can own a TM220A for less than 21500RMB or the TM240A for less than 28,000RMB. Shipping is another $300-$400 USD depending on location and model. Contact me somehow and I'll give you complete details on the "special" price.

If you are reading this after Tuesday February 19th it is too late!
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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby ian » Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:35 am

The ULP for exporting is off to a great start. I started a new thread (with pictures) here:
viewtopic.php?f=68&t=5214&p=50325#p50325

Stack setup and configuration is working. Still very alpha though.
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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby Sjaak » Mon Feb 18, 2013 4:29 pm

Does someone have more info about the internals of the machine? I can imagine you don't wnat to disassemble a 4000$ machine you are depending on..
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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby DwayneR » Mon Feb 18, 2013 7:50 pm

Sjaak wrote:Does someone have more info about the internals of the machine? I can imagine you don't wnat to disassemble a 4000$ machine you are depending on..


I'm certainly planning to see what is inside the head. I would imagine that the rest of the machine is fairly standard in terms of CNC stuff - steppers driving belts that move the gantry and head around. And - popping the bottom cover off to look at the stepper drivers and power supply should be fairly easy.

But I suspect the real magic is inside the head.

I'll take photos and such - and would very much like to see and hear about what others discover about their machines.

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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby ian » Tue Feb 19, 2013 1:54 am

It is SO tempting to pull it apart, I have resisted because it looks like a big pain, and I'm supposed to be doing actual work with it ;)
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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby JuKu » Tue Feb 19, 2013 6:15 am

ian wrote:It is SO tempting to pull it apart...

Go for it! And please have video camera at hand. :)
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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby richardw » Wed Feb 20, 2013 9:24 am

ian wrote:I talked to the factory and worked out 'the' deal :) Emails out to everyone signed up previously. If you are a dedicated buyer and willing and able to wire money to china today, you can own a TM220A for less than 21500RMB or the TM240A for less than 28,000RMB. Shipping is another $300-$400 USD depending on location and model. Contact me somehow and I'll give you complete details on the "special" price.

If you are reading this after Tuesday February 19th it is too late!


Do you think there will be another round of orders at some point? I am still very interested but I was not ready to put the funds in on time for this one.
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Re: High speed Pick & Place for $3600

Postby ian » Wed Feb 20, 2013 9:52 am

I think you can just ping me. We're pretty much a 'dealer' now I guess.
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