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DIY SMT pick and place prototype


DIY SMT pick and place prototype.


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5 Comments

  1. Ah, a Canadian! 🙂

    (It took me ages to make myself stop saying “zed” after moving to Chicago…)

    That’s really quite something; he’s managed to get very good results out of a very low-cost configuration.

  2. Anybody know what software he’s using that supports the vision system?

  3. Fantastic!
    Is this an Open Project? Does he share the code and the designs anywhere?

  4. @Ed Marshall – Thanks for noticing
    @Britt – Vision is not running in this video but I have been using openCV
    @Amin Zayani – As of yet its not open, I will likely steer in that direction.

  5. @Ed Marshall – Thanks for noticing
    @Britt – Vision is not running in this video but I have been using openCV
    @Amin Zayani – As of yet its not open, I will likely steer in that direction. It would be nice to make back what I have put into it.

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