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Tanaka; Yuji
Kurume, JP
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6524052 Electronic parts-feeding tray feeder and electronic parts-feeding method February 25, 2003
A tray feeder sequentially takes pallets, each holding a tray storing electronic parts, out of a magazine and feeds them to a pick-up position where the electronic parts are picked up by a transfer head of an electronic parts-mounting apparatus. The tray feeder comprises the magazine
6210081 Parts supply apparatus April 3, 2001
A parts supply apparatus for moving individual electric parts from a bulk supply of electric parts to an outlet where a part mounting apparatus picks each part up. A parts guide path is located below the bulk supply so that the parts are moved therethrough by force of their own weight. T
6098838 Bulk feeder August 8, 2000
In a bulk feeder, chips, stored randomly in a storage chamber, are fed one by one into a pipe extending vertically downwardly from the bottom of the storage chamber, and are further sequentially fed to a pickup position. In order to prevent the incomplete feeding of the chips into the pi

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