A list of official OpenPnP designs and community contributed hardware that is OpenPnP compatible. If you would like your design featured here, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
OpenPnP OpenBuilds by OpenPnP – An OpenPnP machine reference design based on OpenBuilds linear motion hardware and 3D printed parts.
DIY Pick and Place by Teton Technology – An Open Source DIY cartesian PnP machine using Rails / Carriages for high speed and accurate part placement.
Zeva 460 Retrofit by Daniel Dumitru – Documentation on adapting a Zeva 460 Pick and Place to use OpenPnP.
LitePlacer by Juha Kuusama – “The Low Cost Prototype Builder’s Pick and Place Machine”. To use OpenPnP software with LitePlacer hardware, see the wiki page.
Please see the Motion Controllers Wiki for help in choosing an OpenPnP compatible motion controller for your pick and place.
OpenFeeder by William Hare – An Open Source, adjustable tape feeder.
Strip Feeders and Modular Tray by Malte Randt – A customizable, modular strip feeder set with magnetic fixtures.
3D Printable Semi Auto Feeder by alexavr2 – A 3D printed, head actuated auto feeder.
Rooibos 3D Printed Drag Feeder by Reiner – A 3D printed, manual drag feeder.
3D Printed Full Auto Feeder by Morteza – A 3D printed, full auto feeder using hobby servos.
ICEpick Direct Drive Head by Peter Betz – A dual nozzle, rack and a pinion based head designed to complement Teton Technology’s DIY Pick and Place.
Quick Change Juki Nozzle Holders by Peter Betz and Mark Harris – Open Source, high tolerance Juki nozzle holders.
T-962 Oven Open Source Firmware by Unified Engineering – Open Source firmware improvements for the inexpensive T-962 reflow oven.
RobotDigg sells a variety of pick and place specific hardware such as heads, nozzles, and feeders along with lots of general robotics and CNC equipment.