The old days of predictable orders and uniform batch sizes are over. To succeed today you need to manage last-minute customer demands and disruptive peaks in production. In this environment, new opportunities depend on a solution that’s not just faster, but more agile. One that uses smarter material handling and information management to make you more responsive and get more jobs done, day after day.
With the MY200 series pick-and-place machines, there’s no need to make the usual trade-offs between speed and flexibility. With the fastest changeovers in the industry and workcell solutions reaching speeds of up to 180,000 cph, you can have both. All in one complete solution, with one integrated set of data and one tracking system for all components. Because the race to get ahead is no longer about machine cycle time. It’s about responding to your customers’ needs with the fastest, most agile solution on the market. Period.
- Top speed 40 000 cph
- Feeder capacity up to 160
- Reliability for 24/7 production
- Fast set-ups and changeovers
- All-in-one platform
- Reconfigurable to MY200HX
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