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What is the lifespan of your SMT machines?

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 18 08:13:57 EST 2005 | Rob

I know plenty of 1980's CP3's & IP1's still out there, and the CP4's & 6's, IP2's & 3's are still going very strong after a decade or so & still commanding top dollar second hand. It depends on how well a machine is made & the type of engineering u

Need Advice on SMT Pick&Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 23 15:52:52 EST 2005 | jasont

Hi, Would you consider pre-owned SMT equipment for your production lines? Panasonic FA sells refurbished, certified machines. My preference in order as follows; - Panasonic - Siemens - Philips Assembleon Please contact me as we can help you with

Need Advice on SMT Pick&Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 24 21:58:40 EST 2005 | fastek

Sean- Can't imagine you will be pleased with pricing for PFA and Siemens equipment if Fuji is too expensive for your requirement. I don't feel they would be any cheaper then Fuji....and might even be MORE expensive. Based on the four platforms you m

Need Advice on SMT Pick&Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 01 16:29:18 EST 2005 | JW

Just want to thank you all for the great advice > to this thread!! SJ, Have you considered Juki SMT equipment. We are a small/mid volume, high mix OEM and we have had great luck with both the previous 700 series and now the 2000 series placement m

looking for the manual of Siemens HS180,SP120 and line computer

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 13 12:55:36 EST 2005 | Stefan

I don't know, what you are expecting? The complete set of manuals in folders weigh a few pounds and cost very likely ~ $400 in shipping and have to be paid in advance. There are manuals on a CD in .pdf format of about 200 Mb, which I offered to send,

Samsung SM320 VS Assembleon 8 head Opal XII

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 22 13:16:07 EST 2005 | Cmiller

You may want to take a quick look at the tier one equipment suppliers. Universal and Fuji have some very competitive equipment, not sure about Panasonic and Siemens but they have to be trying to compete as well. We are low volume and never thought we

Siemens Siplace S15 Operating

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 06 13:00:37 EST 2006 | global

We have a Siplace S15 and I would like to know if it is possible to make it skip a part during the placement operation with out aborting the job? In section of the user's manual it describes how to set a track to empty and proceed on with the

Need Help With Selecting Equipment

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 10 00:06:44 EDT 2006 | saiwong

Fuji GP 641 is really a bad choice. Bulky, heavy, accuracy is bad. At the price that you purchased, why don't you get the Dek infinity, Horizon or even a MPM UP 2000 HiE. You paid sky high price of this printer. The market value no more than $2k. At

Siemens SiPlace, Model 80 S20 FS02

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 28 04:35:11 EDT 2006 | Rob

IF you are in the UK then you are probably best to run from that particular model at a bargain price. A huge number were released onto the market when a certain handset manufacturer shut down, and they hadn't exactly been cosseted. Quite a few comp

rating smt machine

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 28 22:00:45 EST 2006 | Sue Kim

Hi all, I am doing some research on SMT machines. I would like as many people as possible to rate the following machines 1-6. The number 1 would be the best, number 6, the least desirable of the 6. I realize that there are dozens of factors to con

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