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Accuplace 3065 Manual

And with more than 15 optional accessories, you can transform the AccuPlace Model 3065 to maximize your capabilities for speed, capacity and complexity. And our robust design makes operation easier for operators of all skill levels. This allows optimal adaptation to your specific requirements. Various placement actuator options allow practically any kind of part placement. The model 3065 is the most capable and accurate machine of its kind. Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers. Start Free Trial Cancel anytime. Report this Document Download Now Save Save AccuPlace 3065 For Later 0 ratings 0% found this document useful (0 votes) 36 views 2 pages AccuPlace 3065 Uploaded by vink Description: AccuPlace 3065 datasheet Full description Save Save AccuPlace 3065 For Later 0% 0% found this document useful, Mark this document as useful 0% 0% found this document not useful, Mark this document as not useful Embed Share Print Download Now Jump to Page You are on page 1 of 2 Search inside document Browse Books Site Directory Site Language: English Change Language English Change Language. All bidders must complete the registration form provided including name, company (if applicable), mailing address, and phone number. Bidders are also required to provide a valid email address. Credit card info is required at the time of registration. Visa, MasterCard, or American Express credit cards will be accepted for registration only. Invoices emailed: Invoices will be emailed to successful bidders within 24 hours of the close of the auction. Payment Instructions, including Wire Transfer information, will be included, as well as instructions for removal. By using or accessing any and all HGP Services and or Websites you agree you have read and understand the Terms and Conditions stated herein and are bound to these Terms and Conditions.

You may not use or access any and all HGP Services if you do not agree to the Terms and Conditions stated herein.No statement (oral or written) in the catalog, at the auction, or elsewhere shall be deemed such a warranty or representation, or any assumption of responsibility. Prospective bidders are urged to contact HGP directly for detailed information regarding any item for sales. WITHOUT LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, THE WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY are expressly disclaimed.All bidders must provide their name, company (if applicable), mailing address, phone number and email address prior to the auction. By registering, you represent and warrant any and all Buyer Information is accurate and complete. It is solely the Buyers responsibility to maintain current Buyer Information for completeness and accuracy. HGP reserves the right to deny and or terminate Registrations at any time at its sole discretion without notification. HGP reserves the right to deny usage and access of HGP Services and Websites at any time without notice or liability to any persons or third parties. When applicable, Electronic Bidders are required to provide a valid Visa or MasterCard number. At its discretion, HGP may charge a registration fee for Electronic bidding. This fee will be clearly displayed during the registration process.By registering, the Buyer represents, warrants and undertakes that it is or acts for a business and not for consumer transactions and has given correct information about its business and contact details as requested in HGP's registration procedure.This can be in the form of cash, a cashier's check, or business check with a bank letter of guarantee. For Electronic Bidders, at its discretion, HGP may contact bidders via email or telephone before or during the sale to obtain a bank letter of guarantee or wire transfer as a deposit.

If HGP does not receive a response from its attempts to contact Buyer or if the Buyer does not provide a deposit, HGP reserves the right to refuse or cancel Buyer's bids. For Onsite and Webcast auctions, winning bidders can request a printed paper invoice from the Accounting Manager at the sale location during or after the sale. Electronic Bidders will be sent an electronic invoice to the email address provided during registration. Detailed payment instructions for each sale are available in the printed lot catalog at the sale location on the day of the sale. Electronic Bidders will be sent detailed payment instructions via email along with their invoice. All payments must be by federal wire transfer of immediately available funds. Credit cards are accepted (only) for Electronic bidding registration and for Liquidated Damages in the event of a default. No title shall pass to Buyer until the total purchase price and all Taxes have been paid to HGP in collected funds. To receive the benefit of any tax exemption, Buyer must supply HGP with a sales tax exemption certificate acceptable in form, scope and substance to HGP in HGP'S sole discretion.If the auction is conducted as a webcast sale (simultaneously conducted live on-site and streamed over the Internet for online participation), a different Buyer's Premium may be applicable and will be announced at the time of that specific sale.HGP does not pack, ship, store, crate or rig items for removal. Buyers may either pick up Goods at the designated auction site themselves or can contract with a third party agent to manage the removal process for them. Before Goods can be removed by an Agent, Agent must provide HGP with (1) proof of payment in full (Paid in Full Invoice) and. Goods weighing more than 100 pounds must be removed by a qualified, insured rigger.

Before any removal, Buyer must provide HGP with a certificate of insurance from the rigger, which certificate must be in form, scope and content acceptable to HGP in HGP'S sole discretion. HGP shall have no responsibility to disconnect utilities to the sold asset, including electric, gas, waste and water lines. Buyer is solely responsible to properly remove and store in appropriate containers all fluids, oils, hazardous chemicals, etc., from machinery purchased. Buyer does hereby indemnify HGP, the Consignor and the owner of the premises in which the Goods are located, from any and all claims, damages, and losses arising from Buyer's actions or actions with respect to the Goods and Buyer's presence on the premises in which the Goods are located, including without limitation, injuries to persons or property and environmental violations or contamination. Risk of loss on any Goods shall pass to the Buyer upon payment in full to HGP of all sums due from Buyer in respect to the Goods. HGP shall have no responsibility whatsoever for any missing or lost items that can be removed by hand if such items have not been removed within forty-eight (48) hours of the conclusion of the sale. There will be NO removal of any lots until the auction is complete.All items awarded to high bidders are contractually theirs and must be paid for by the Final Payment Date and removed by the Final Removal Date.Failure to pay invoices in full by the Final Payment Date in accordance with payment terms will subject Bidder to pay as Liquidated Damages a sum equal to the lesser of (1) 20 percent of the invoice price of the item(s) as to which the default has occurred, or (2) the full amount of the difference between the original invoice price and the re-sold price plus any expenses incurred to re-market or re-sell these items.

IF HGP HAS NOT RECEIVED PAYMENT FOR WINNING BIDS WITHIN 24 HOURS OF THE FINAL PAYMENT DATE, THE BIDDER AUTHORIZES HGP TO CHARGE LIQUIDATED DAMAGES TO THE CREDIT CARD LEFT ON FILE DURING THE REGISTRATION PROCESS. Failure to remove items by the Final Removal Date in accordance with removal terms will subject Bidder to pay as Liquidated Damages the full amount of the expenses incurred to store or transport items until they are re-sold.Buyer must make all requests for adjustments in writing to HGP before any item is removed from the premises where the auction is conducted.Without limiting the foregoing, HGP shall not be responsible for damages or losses caused by strikes, civil disorders, or acts of God.HGP reserves the right to temporarily or permanently end an auction prior to or during the stated auction period at is sole discretion without notification. HGP, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to extend the stated auction period without notification. If for any reason HGP is unable to deliver any Goods purchased by Buyer, HGP'S sole liability shall be to return all sums paid by Buyer to HGP in respect of such Goods.HGP, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to establish a reserve or minimum price on any Goods without having to announce, post or publish notice to attendees and buyers at any auction. HGP reserves the right to confirm or reject the final bid. ALL BIDS ARE FINAL AND BINDING and DO NOT include any applicable buyer's premiums and sales taxes. HGP will bid up to the specified maximum bid amount to win the item, using only the amount needed to win the item. HGP has complete discretion whether and when to accept Proxy bids. The auctioneer's announcements at the time the lot is sold take precedence on any and all published materials. Proxy bidders will be notified only if they have been declared the high bid. Notification will take place in the form of an electronic invoice which will be sent to the email address provided during registration.

HGP, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to refuse the bid of any person without providing any notice or reason therefore. HGP reserves the right to deny the usage and access by any person or third party of any and all HGP Services and Websites without notification.HGP reserves the right to reject any bid that is only a minimal increase over the preceding bid, that is not commensurate with the value of the item being offered or that HGP believes was made illegally or in bad faith. In the event of a dispute among bidders, HGP may, in its sole discretion, either accept what it deems to be the final bid or solicit further bids on the item in dispute. No returns or refunds will be permitted, unless authorized by the Consignor in writing.Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, HGP may accept a complete lot bid and then conduct an item by item auction which auction shall be effective only if the total proceeds there from exceed the amount of the complete bid.All information provided by HGP to Buyers, including without limitation, any advertising, lot sales catalogs or otherwise, is subject to deletions, errors, additions, and changes without notice. Although information is gathered from sources thought to be reliable, HGP shall have no responsibility whatsoever for any information provided to any attendee or buyers. All buyers shall rely solely on their own investigation and inspection of any Goods.HGP reserves the right to amend any and all of the Terms and Conditions stated herein at any time without notification at HGP's sole discretion. It is the Buyers responsibility to read and review the Terms and Conditions for each sale. HGP provides the Terms and Conditions through its Websites and in printed form at on-site auctions.When HGP is selling or auctioning any Goods on behalf of a Consignor, HGP shall act as an agent only and shall have no liability whatsoever for the acts of any owner or principal.

Buyers agree to comply with all United States export control and related laws, as well as acknowledge that HGP is not the exporter of any purchased item. Buyer also agrees not to export any item to countries which are subject to comprehensive embargoes or support terrorism. These countries include, but are not limited to: Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria. The list will change from time to time. HGP makes no representation or warranty concerning Restricted Technology or conducted an investigation to ascertain, which items, if any, constitute Restricted Technology.Heavy equipment may be operated and electrical circuits may be live. Every person enters the auction site at his or her own risk with notice of the condition of the premises and the activities that will be or have been conducted on the premises. No person shall have any claim against HGP, the seller or their respective agents for any injuries sustained or for damages to or loss of property that may occur at the auction site.If the Buyer fails to comply with any of the Terms, HGP shall have all rights and remedies available to it at law and in equity. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, HGP may retain all deposits and partial payments received from Buyer and may resell any Goods that Buyer fails to purchase. Buyer shall be responsible for all costs, losses, and damages suffered by HGP (i) as a result of Buyer's breach of any of the Terms, including without limitation, lost profits and consequential damages and (ii) incurred in connection with the enforcement of HGPS' rights, including, without limitation, legal fees and costs and expenses related to the resale of Goods, including storage and rigging fees.Any and all forms of collusion between Buyers is forbidden. Buyers agree they will not place bids using false names or Buyer Information.

Buyers agree they will defend, indemnify and hold harmless HGP, including its affiliates, directors, officers, employees, agents, shareholders, co-branders, or partners, from and against any and all claim, loss, damage, liabilities, judgments, fees and expenses incurred by HGP, including its affiliates, directors, officers, employees, agents, shareholders, co-branders, or partners, through the use of HGP Services and WebsitesA) Each Registrant will specify a unique User Name and Password and it is solely the responsibility of the Registrant to maintain the confidentiality of this User Name and Password. B) Registrants are solely responsible for any and all transactions or transmissions using their User Name and Password. C) HGP is not responsible for any and all unauthorized or compromised usage of the Registrant's User Name and Password. Registrants are responsible for contacting HGP in writing for any and all unauthorized usage of their User Name and Password. D) Registrants agree they will not:Registrants are forbidden from misrepresenting a Registrant's employment by or affiliation with any third party.E) HGP is not responsible for any and all products, content, information or material provided by links to or statements regarding third party services. This includes but not limited to riggers, shippers, partners and any third party services listed. F) Registrants agree HGP and its affiliates, including partners, officers, directors, employees, agents, shareholders or co-branders, are not responsible for any and all damages, actual or alleged, resulting from the downloading of any information or materials from HGP Websites.NOR-CAL MOVING SERVICES (Agent for Allied Van Lines)Hayward, CA 94545. Contact: John Cook. Phone: (510) 780.2733. Fax: (510) 780.2649Move It (DOMESTIC) Move It (INTERNATIONAL). Contact: Jason HackerFoster City, CA 94404. Contact: Kamal. Phone: (650) 341.4000. Fax: (650) 341.5005. Navis Pack and ShipSan Francisco, CA. Phone: (415) 227.0776.

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The combination of using a die-cut pressure-sensitive adhesive with precision-placement technology to assemble flexible circuits creates tremendous benefits in manufacturing costs, quality and throughput. Challenge The increasing demand for consumer electronic products, such as digital music players, PDAs, mobile phones and even storage devices, continues to drive these markets to smaller, lighter, and less expensive devices than ever before. The designs of these products include more complex flexible circuits that, in many cases, serve as the backbone of distributing signals to components throughout these devices. With this in mind, it becomes increasingly more important to make certain that these devices and their internal sub-assemblies are manufactured efficiently and cost effectively. More traditional methods of manual assembly can be cumbersome and time-consuming as these packages become smaller. In many cases, the accuracy required of placing adhesive components on these flexible circuits, or the actual placement of the flexible circuit itself, creates excessive scrap and rework, which makes it tedious if not impossible to repeat the process on a manual and cost-efficient basis. The use of precision-placement technology with die-cut pressure-sensitive adhesives creates a unique solution to reduce overall assembly costs while increasing throughput and quality. The combination of applying adhesive components to these flexible circuits, then placing the assembly onto the end component, creates an even greater possibility of generating the most benefits from this placement technology. The use of adhesive-backed components is steadily growing as a method for assembling much of today's technology. Computers, mobile phones and handheld electronic devices all employ adhesive components. Labels, insulators, shields and screens are a few examples of the components used.

Flexible circuit design and use has also increased tremendously as products have become smaller, thus requiring greater technology during assembly. The marriage of flexible circuits and precision die-cut adhesives requires a technologically superior yet standardized solution to address the endless uses that exist in the marketplace. Two possible methods of assembly of these PSAs onto flexible circuits are manual assembly and automation. The benefits of automating this process with a standardized solution far outweigh the reasons to continue manually or even with custom-made tooling. The benefits of standardized automation include production throughput increases ranging from 50% to 350%, accuracy and repeatability of 0.05mm (or possibly greater using vision), reductions in scrap, and the following. Technical support and maintenance are simplified. Decreased downtime and quickly reconfigurable equipment are distinct advantages where product lifecycles are short and time-to-market is critical. The reusability factor of standardized equipment exceeds 95%, while the reusability of customized solutions cannot be forecasted. Shorter lead times of standard equipment allow crucial decisions to be made later in the planning process when more information is available. Time-proven, predictable production-rate data will provide extremely accurate planning and forecasting. Prototyping runs and capability studies can be performed early in the process, prior to production exposing any problems. Capital costs are spread out, significantly reducing overall assembly costs. The APAC system. Case Study One example showing the benefits of joining flexible circuit assembly and the complex adhesive components placed on these circuits involved the use of an AccuPlace APAC fully automated X-Y gantry robot system.

The end user had been manually placing seven individual adhesives to a populated flexible circuit, then assembling this sub-assembly into the target frame with different X-, Y-, and Z-axis locations. This process was taking an average of 15 minutes per completed assembly, with much waste and scrap due to the manual placement of adhesives using tweezers. The process began with the populated flexible circuits and frames introduced to the APAC system by the use of trays. The robot vacuum head picked up the flat flexible circuit and brought it to the AccuPlace RM3065 adhesive component feeding system, where it placed the flex circuit atop the seven-piece adhesive array. The RM3065 peeled the liner from the steadied part at the same time, affixing the adhesive array to the flex circuit. The robot vacuum head then moved the sub-assembly to a nesting station where the flat flexible circuit was worked to a set three-dimensional form to match the target housing perfectly. Once worked into shape, the robot head placed the flexible circuit into the housing in the exact location, with the pressure-sensitive adhesives affixing the circuit in place. The integrated vision system ensured that both the adhesive and the flexible circuit assembly were perfectly aligned. This fully automated system reduced the overall manual assembly cycle time of 12 minutes per sub-assembly to a cycle time of 18 seconds per sub-assembly, including vision inspection. And with the capability of re-tooling and re-programming the APAC system for future programs, this solution is as flexible as the circuits themselves. At present, die-cut adhesives are readily available through a number of various converters and can be incorporated into the automation process. This allows standardized adhesive component feeding systems, such as the AP1515 or AP3065, to accurately place adhesives onto target parts.

As the die-cut conversion technology continues to evolve, flexible circuits will eventually be able to be presented in the same fashion, allowing even greater benefits to automation with the marriage of flex circuits and adhesive components. When available, these converted flexible circuits will be integrated directly with standardized automation equipment, creating a plethora of opportunities to increase accuracy, improve throughput and reduce costs. Conclusion Many organizations recognize the benefits of standardization in their assembly processes. These organizations have focused on varying methods of standardization on the manufacturing floor, and continue to move to standardized methods throughout the supply chain. Although die-cut pressure-sensitive adhesives vary in all shapes and sizes, the technology to present these PSAs to standardized automated placement equipment is becoming more widespread. In addition, the increasing use of flexible circuits within smaller and more precise applications creates a unique challenge to standardize the assembly of these components using PSAs. The ability to incorporate standardized assembly equipment in the manufacturing process by marrying the accuracy of die-cut adhesives with the proliferation of flexible circuits will only multiply the many benefits that both of these technologies bring to the marketplace. And as the conversion of flexible circuits onto die-cut reels increases, these flexible benefits will grow exponentially, as will operational profits. Continued cooperation between flexible circuit manufacturers, die-cut adhesive converters and standardized assembly equipment suppliers will proliferate the blending of these technologies into creative and profitable market-driven solutions. For more information, visit. Tell me how we can improve. Please tell us why.

Registered attendees will enjoy advance access to the virtual platform, flexible scheduling, access to all sessions streaming on-demand, virtual networking, live chat and appointment making, and the opportunity to engage with experienced assembly manufacturing professionals. We detail bio-based materials, sustainable packaging, efficient mixing operations, and more. Manufacturer: Accuplace Condition: For Parts or Not Working. Cosmetic condition is Fair-to-Good overall. There are also lots of hammer marks on the lateral adjustment. The air pressure regulator is missing, and the air valves have a couple of missing gaskets (huge air leak). Notes: This unit does not power on. The power supply is bad. No other testing was done. Questions? Give us a call. (877) 328-9236 or (512) 933-0081 Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 5:30 pm CST. Se habla espanol! DougDeals is an ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 registered company. DougDeals Terms and Conditions DougDeals Terms of Use By bidding, purchasing via Buy-It-Now or submitting a Best Offer you agree to the DougDeals terms of use located at: Payment Paypal Orders are shipped to the confirmed PayPal address. DougDeals accepts PayPal from select countries. DougDeals directly accepts US and Canadian issued credit cards only. DougDeals accepts international cards via PayPal. Orders shipped to Texas will incur State Sales Tax at a rate of 7.25%. Shipping This item will be shipped on a pallet via LTL Freight. Please fill out this form to receive a shipping quote. Buyer pays for all shipping costs. Handling time is two to three business days after receiving cleared payment. Transit time varies. Please contact us for details. DougDeals does not ship on buyer accounts or allow the buyer to arrange shipping. Local pick up is available for buyers and their direct employees. There are no returns, refunds, or exchanges.

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