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TUTORIAL TUESDAY – Today we bring you Pick and Place tutorials!

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TUTORIAL TUESDAY – Today we bring you Pick and Place tutorials!


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3 Comments

  1. This is perfect! I’m in the process of making a CNC Pn’P right now.

  2. Thanks for all the hard work on this. Definately curious about the closed loop vision tommorow to see if it can improve my QFN/QFP success rate.

  3. So do you eventually plan to offer assembly services for third parties? If I make a board that I can no longer hand solder, I could send to board, parts, some sort of CAD file, and a fee, and get it back assembled?

    What sort of CAD files to the P&P machines take, and what tools are capable of creating (and simulating?) them?

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