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Are US OEM Manufacturers Dead?

Electronics Forum | Tue May 28 08:55:25 EDT 2002 | pjc

Rick, Here is a piece written in, I belivee the April issue SMT Magazine: Binghamton, N.Y. Sanyo High Technology and Universal Instruments Corp. have renewed an agreement whereby Sanyo will continue to provide the HSP line of chipshooters sold und

Re: SMT Equipment/ a better idea

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 02 08:45:19 EDT 1998 | Jon Medernach

Mike, I tried to email you but your address is NG. I have a better idea, faster, more flexible, more accurate, less expensive, with a larger install base worldwide than Sanyo. Call me at 508-485-6239 Hello all! My name is Mike Cannon and I'm a sm

tcm3000 miniature bearing servicing

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 14 17:25:17 EST 2003 | mikeo

Hello, As an Ex-Sanyo engineer I agree with the previous reply. Use EP1 sparingly. You may find that the nozzle sleeves are scored when you remove them. This is from lack of cleaning. You can only buy the sleeve and bearing from sanyo which is a was

Help needed for choosing chipshooter

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 21 11:22:20 EDT 2004 | rlackey

Hi Arvydas, Do you want a machine specified at 20K per hour or to run at 20K per hour? Regarding Chipshooters I've worked with Siemens, Philips FCM's, Fuji's, Panasonics & Sanyo/Universal and the best in terms of reliabilty by a long way were the J

Re: Universal 4760 HSP

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 04 19:10:46 EDT 1999 | Ed R

Jason, Are you aware that this UIC machine is a Sanyo 60 series HSP. You can contact NSA(US agent of Sanyo) in Irving, TX for service info. I don't know if UIC is supporting the 60 series any longer. Their phone number is 972-831-9700. Hope this h

Re: chip shooter

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 13 22:11:49 EDT 1999 | Dave Kalen

I am begining to evaluate hi speed chip shooters. We are interested in the Panasonic MV2E. Does anyone have any experience with the turret style placement equipment, Panisonic in particular. Thanks, Jeff Jeff, I think you should also conside

Re: SMT Equipment

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 01 09:46:12 EDT 1998 | J Coogan

Mike FYI SANYO chipshooters are sold/serviced worldwide through two sources; Nissei Sangyo Trading Co. (which is a division of Hitachi), and Universal Instruments Corp (http//www.uic.com). Contrary to popular belief, SANYO High-Technology Co., Ltd.

Re: SMT Equipment

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 31 06:38:31 EDT 1998 | Process Engineer

Hello all! My name is Mike Cannon and I'm a small business owner looking at some of the SMT equipment today. I've been interested in Sanyo chipshooters due to the cost, but I'm not sure if it's the right decision. I've been on chipshooters.com (m

Are US OEM Manufacturers Dead?

Electronics Forum | Fri May 24 17:37:58 EDT 2002 | fastek

Seems like the landscape is changing in SMT equipment for US manufacturers. I have heard the following but I don't claim they are anything more than rumors: 1) Sanyo and Universal are parting ways and Sanyo will market their machines in the US direc

Universal HSP 4791

Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 31 11:28:12 EDT 1999 | Lee Radney

We recently upgrade our Universal/Sanyo 4791 chipshooter to incorporate the NN heads. Since that time (four months ago) We have had several springs break in the new heads. Anyone had a similiar experience? Any idea what might be going on? Thanks


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