Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 13 01:01:25 EDT 2004 | Vinit
Hey Grant, It's been nearly 5 months since this post started. Have you already purchased the desired equipment? If yes, why not let it open to all so that this thread ends! If not, it surprises me!! You could've rather earned $$$$$ in these 5 mont
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 13 08:17:14 EDT 2004 | stefwitt
I wonder, how valuable this piece of information is. How careful did you look at the machine and found out that it is actually written SIEMENS? Are you sure it is a Siemens machine or maybe it is Sony? It also starts with a Z.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 17 05:28:05 EST 2006 | Rob
Well said Grant. Sad thing is people fall for glossy brochures, hype, sales pater & numbers etc. and not actual facts. If you want something that will run 24/7 forever you buy a Fuji, it has the proven pedigree. Pete, don't you sell Mydata's?
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 09 10:16:14 EDT 2007 | davef
Pick and place: * Fuji: The largest pcb size is 20" by 18" for pick and place; 18"x14" for chip shooters. Fuji NP XL series allows 27 by 23 inch boards using a conveyor. * MYDATA has machines that can be configured to 34" X 44" X 0.500" * HSP 4796A a
Electronics Forum | Tue May 11 01:18:35 EDT 2004 | fastek
Grant- Just so happens I was offered an almost new one today. Check them out and if a CP7 is indeed what you decide to get let me know and I'll likely be able to save you some money off of new. Rick firstname.lastname@example.org
Electronics Forum | Thu May 20 17:52:28 EDT 2004 | Grant Petty
Hi, Thanks for the info, and because both types of machines look similar, it's hard to tell which one would be best. So this kind of info really helps. What kinds of issues do you see when running each type of machine, and how reliable are they at