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Placement machines are the most critical and expensive pieces of equipment in SMT, which commonly constitute the bottleneck of the assembly line, and hence determine the throughput. Growing production volumes, reducing size of components and complexity of the boards reinforced the usage of full-automated assembly lines. Depending on the placement type, fullautomated placement systems can be observed in two main groups: simultaneous and sequential placement equipment.44

Keywords

Placement System Placement Machine Component Feeder Placement Operation Placement Head 
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