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Need Philips CSM84 PA1306/20 service manual

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 18 13:10:16 EST 2008 | andersenequipmentllc

I need a service manual for a Philips CSM84 type > PA1306/20. I have the PA1306/40 manual, if that > is any use to anyone. The 1306/20 was the last > model with analog servo amps and DC brush motors, > the 1306/40 was the first with AC brushless

schematic needed for Philips CSM / Yamaha YM boards

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 06 00:43:37 EST 2008 | jmelson

Well, as usual, you can't trust ANY documentation to get it right! I have a CSM84, model PA1306/20, the last model with DC brush motors. I have the service manual for the machine, it has schematics of much of the machine, but skips the servo amps a

Good Lead-Free soldering Iron???

Electronics Forum | Thu May 01 18:26:50 EDT 2008 | jmelson

I am partial to Weller for the small rework irons. I use both the WSL with WMP (current model) and some older EC1302 irons with their power supply (I forget the model, but the one with analog setting knob and digital temp readout). I actually prefe

Stencil Printer?

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 13 11:02:46 EST 2009 | isd_jwendell

I use the LPKF model S. Operator uses a urethane(?) squeegee. Pressure and speed are controlled by the operator, which hasn't been a problem for me. The only problem I had was that I would forget to raise the PCB before I would start to squeegee the

Assembleon / Philips support. Ask your question.

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 28 12:40:47 EST 2010 | jmelson

I'm in St. Louis, MO, US Midwest. I wrote my own CAm interface, and it works REALLY well. It is only about 2 pages of c code. Of course, it only translates from one CAD package's format to one P&P machine's format. That makes it much simpler to w

Quad 2C ICOS Error

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 18 17:10:23 EST 2011 | gosswald

1. What version ap and central controller? AP 5.31 CC 7.54 2. What version of windows? Windows 95 3. What size are your vision models? 50 mil circle 150 mil search area. 4. What options are selected in teach fiducials......globabl fiducial cor

PCB static electric arcing problem

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 19:02:48 EST 2012 | jmartens1978

My first attempt was similiar to that. It was a straight ground trace running past the circular pads that were recieving the shocks. It was hit and miss when the arcs would occur. When I cut notches in the trace so the ground line had a point next to

through hole today

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 11 20:36:04 EDT 2013 | action_101

UIC still manufacturers new thru-hole machines. Both axial and radial insertion models are available. They stopped making the multi-mod dip inserters in '91 or '92. And parts are easily acquired for any older models, there were a ton of machines out

Prototype SMT Printers

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 03 09:43:04 EST 2015 | spoiltforchoice

Most decent manual printers should work out OK for what you are asking. There are also some fairly nice semi-automatic machines that take the basic clamshell design of many manual printers and add some cameras to help with alignment and powered squee

SMT Machine preference

Electronics Forum | Mon May 16 16:44:34 EDT 2016 | joe98375

Hello, I am interested to see what kind of preferences pop up in regards to SMT PnP machines that fit our production model. Currently we have an old Contact 3Z machine that is giving us nothing but problems in regards to support, spare parts, feeder


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