Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 04 12:25:25 EST 2018 | reckless
I am looking at a Universal Instrument Machine that accepts 24V/42V feeders. What is the benefit of the newer feeders? Which ones are more reliable for 8mm? Why are they so expensive? Pneumatic Yamaha run $50 new from china.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 30 15:02:17 EDT 2004 | shk5678
Dear Michael Usually the equipment you need is: Universal Instruments 6772 Multi Mod IC Inserter. Universal Axial Inserter either a combination unit or 2 stand alone units one that sequences the parts and one that inserts them. Universal Instrume
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 12 15:35:46 EDT 2000 | Christopher Lysik
Universal Instruments sells the Sanyo chip shooter as the 4791 and 4796 chip shooter. If you go to www.uic.com you can get all sorts of info Universal is located in Binghamton N.Y. Universal has a office in the Chez Republic. They may also be able to
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 28 12:04:07 EDT 2011 | esoderberg
I would agree up until 2005 - 2006. Universal did not have a good SMT solution. Their GSM's were limited and combined with the sanyo chip shooter - software was a nightmare. What years did you have universal?
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 08 20:02:24 EDT 2000 | Dreamsniper
We have GSM1 model 1995. It's very stable. About their chip shooters, Robert Bosch here in Australia just bought 2 more chip shooters from Universal Instruments. And they already have 8 of those. Looks like it's quite okay. I just read that news abt