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Advice Needed between a DEK 265GSX and a MPM UP3030!

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 09 20:14:29 EDT 2006 | marcelll

I'm repairing SMT for 20 years and I've worked with both machines. From my experience, I always had a bunch of problems with DEK printer and the service is terrible if your not a big one. MPM is more reliable, parts cheaper & service much better. Pro

Re: Help on Qualification of Printer and Pick Place

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 26 20:54:10 EST 1998 | Jimmy strain

I'm very new to the SMT process but I'm tasked to qualify a MPM Printer and a Panasert PnP m/c. The product consists of 6-10 different parts of a total of around 70. Please advice on the parameters for each m/c which I should focus on for optmizati

Advice Needed between a DEK 265GSX and a MPM UP3030!

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 19:00:42 EDT 2006 | SWAG

We've always been MpM so no comparison from me on DEK. All I can say is we have had 3000 series that seemed to need constant attention and almost daily wrenching. We got a couple of AP25 HiE's and they are easier to use, way more reliable and simpl

Advice Needed between a DEK 265GSX and a MPM UP3030!

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 20:48:06 EDT 2006 | darby

We run Dek ELAs and MPM UP1500, Everyone here prefers the Deks. Set up, software, maintenance, operation etc. There's not a lot in it - the guys just prefer the Deks. However we are an OEM and so get control on board design, finish, fiducials etc. So

Help on Qualification of Printer and Pick Place

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 26 01:37:43 EST 1998 | Samson

I'm very new to the SMT process but I'm tasked to qualify a MPM Printer and a Panasert PnP m/c. The product consists of 6-10 different parts of a total of around 70. Please advice on the parameters for each m/c which I should focus on for optmization

Advice Needed between a DEK 265GSX and a MPM UP3030!

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 09 04:24:14 EDT 2006 | Rob

We had one of the crap UP3000's. However it was still better than a 265. If you don't need the extra large board size look for an AP2* or a HiE, especially if you are looking at using paste inspection.

Advice Needed between a DEK 265GSX and a MPM UP3030!

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 16:45:19 EDT 2006 | realchunks

Wow, I'd have to say the exact opposite. Compared to MPM the DEKs were WAY longer to program. But find out for yourself CN. Program each and get back to us. Don't forget to program in 2D as well. That will be the kicker! As for spending money,

Re: Help on Qualification of Printer and Pick Place

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 26 20:09:19 EST 1998 | Dave F

I'm very new to the SMT process but I'm tasked to qualify a MPM Printer and a Panasert PnP m/c. The product consists of 6-10 different parts of a total of around 70. Please advice on the parameters for each m/c which I should focus on for optmizati

Re: Help on Qualification of Printer and Pick Place

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 27 15:25:02 EST 1998 | Stefan W.

Hi Samson ! In order to give you more detailed information I would like to know what your component range is and how many boards you supposed to do. Panasonic and MPM are a good choice, however, Panasonic has not many P&P machines on the U.S. market,

Advice Needed between a DEK 265GSX and a MPM UP3030!

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 06 14:54:30 EDT 2006 | Cmiller

I believe the early UP3000's had some significant mechanical issues. We have 3 UP3000 Ultraflex machines. We bought them used. These are great machines and easy to program but you need to have operators that really understand the machine. I dont thin


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