Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 20 07:25:47 EDT 1998 | Scott Davies
This really should not constitute verbal abuse; it is simply what has happened. Alphametals lied to me. They said hey, we're going to give you a great deal on all those frames you're not using for the MPM printer, just send them on in. Well, UPS cha
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 06 11:41:11 EDT 2006 | Bill
UP1500 was not a real MPM machine, so not relevant. UP1500 was an SMTech (UK) machine, different sofware, camera, etc.... than an MPM machine. AccuFlex is now real MPM.
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 16 15:00:20 EST 2004 | glaucon
Simple differences. Both processes require a very similar machine platform, controlled motion, vision fiducial recognition and alignment of a substrate (PCB or hybrid ceramic) to the "image", the image being either a stencil (hence stencil printing)
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 21:14:08 EDT 2006 | chrisgriffin
I'm with Chunks on this. In my experience MPM's are very accurate and reliable. There are so many out there because people like them. You can make a program with 2D inspection in about 10 minutes. Things do sometimes break on the 3000's, but not
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 12:51:27 EDT 2006 | john_smith
cn, Currently we have a DEK265GSX a DEK Infinity and a MPM UP3000 printers and previously had MPM Accuflex,MPM UP1500 and MPM AP24s. No advice for the UP3030. We always had to work on all of the MPM printers for one thing or another and every time we
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 11 10:58:11 EST 2011 | cpcompany
Hello Sir. I am now looking for some operational manual for Juki,MPM and Heller equipments urgently. If you can provide a manual in PDF file, then please help me out. 1.MPM UP3000 screen printer 2.JUKI KE750 / KE760 pick and placer 3.Heller 1707EX
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 07 09:59:21 EST 2006 | realchunks
Well, there you have it. When deciding between MPM or DEK, you should choose..... Ekra! Wow, um, thanks for clearing the air on that one Tyrone.
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 13:00:33 EDT 2006 | john_smith
CN, I forgot a couple things. The DEK printers are easy to program at about 3-5 min. The MPM is a little more difficult to program and it takes about 20-30 min. Resale value is also in DEKs favor. Just look around in the equipment section and see all
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 09 14:30:44 EDT 2006 | Brian
I agree with Chunks. Programming was much simpler. The 2D inspection is much better on MPM. I didn't have to use offsets on the MPM or the DEK very often, but did more on teh DEK. I didn't like the front justified stencils on the DEK. I also did
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 07 06:06:57 EST 2006 | Tyrone Hudish
Use a Ekra printer!