Electronics Forum: fuji cp6 or cp4 (Page 4 of 5)

Re: Fuji Feeder Alignment Tools

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 08 16:56:06 EDT 1999 | Md Cox

We are using some Fuji machines and have trouble picking parts up from damaged or mis-adjusted feeders. When I was working with Panasonic machines I was able to buy a feeder alignment jig from them to align the pick spot in the feeder, but Fuji

Fuji Universal tape covers

Electronics Forum | Thu May 03 13:37:07 EDT 2007 | cyber_wolf

We occasionally have this problem where the nozzles peck little holes in the component overlay tape causing it to break. It only happens on universal tape covers. We see it on our CP4 and CP6 machines. Has anyone else experienced this ?

Director Fuji Flexa + CP4

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 17 15:26:08 EDT 2012 | kruzer

Hi I use CP4, CP6, CP643, GLV and NXT, but i have a problem with CPIV, i cant use It with Director Fuji Flexa. i use snifer rs232 (rs232mon) to resolve problem and what i know: Computer send on rs232 to machine (every 1 min or something): vQN2105

Who makes the best after market Fuji nozzles ?

Electronics Forum | Tue May 20 14:25:06 EDT 2008 | cyber_wolf

We use SMT Research nozzles. They are excellent.As good as if not better than OEM...in my opinion. We have been looking at some other possible suppliers such as Metro. We have CP4's and CP6's Any insight much appreciated.

Fuji CP6 24V Power Supply shorted at power up?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 12 17:05:22 EDT 2017 | rodrigo

Hi all, Our Fuji cp6 woke up with a bad power supply (ps) this morning. The ps is one of two 24vdc (Corsel P300E-24). There is one inside the cabinet and one on the door where the cpu card is. The bad one is the one inside the cabinet. So we had anot

i have to buy one NXT from Fuji What do you think???

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 17 04:03:41 EST 2004 | Rob

Hi Vinit, Not entirely sure of the exact dates, but I think you may be being a little creative in your comparisions. The CP4 was definitely around by 1991, whereas I'm sure the base 1 FCM appeared around 1996. A fairer comparison would be the CP6

Fuji CP5

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 21 12:04:52 EST 2006 | Rob

From what I remember it was kind of obsolete before it started as the CP6 came along shortly afterwards & we all know how great they still are. It didn't offer much more than the CP4's so it was kind of squeezed out. I do remember hearing of one

Fuji universal tape covers

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 26 14:40:28 EDT 2006 | FredC

I just checked a hand full of scrap nozzles and the scuffing is usually on the right or left of the needle. If you have the cross pin facing you and looking down on the nozzle most of the scuffing or wear was on the left side, sometimes on both sides

CP4 of death

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 13 10:05:47 EDT 2006 | daxman

Okay fellas...I posted awhile back regarding CP4 and CP6 placement issues. I think we may have figured it out. XO/YO and mark read positions were not correct. However, we have a new problem with the CP4-2. I was running the Fuji board, placing a s

Re: Info on Universal Instruments?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 16 17:30:04 EDT 2000 | Eutectic state

Go with Universal. We had Fuji equipment for years. That is all but phased out now and we only are buying Universal. You cannot beat their service. The chip shooters are great. The only cons that I have dealt with is the learning curve on the n


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