Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 09 10:46:44 EDT 2008 | muarty
Consider an Excerra printer. I currently use DEK printers, but also have a lot of experience with MPM printers too. 2nd user I wouldn't look beyond UP2000 or DEK Infinity. But I've also demo'd the Excerra recently and was very impressed, price isn't
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 14 09:30:00 EST 2003 | blnorman
We currently use Epibond 7275 with MPM printers. Unfortunately we've had problems with Vantico (formerly Ciba) providing a consistent product. Last summer we had extreme difficulty printing due to excessively high adhesive viscosity (20% higher tha
Electronics Forum | Tue May 20 11:57:06 EDT 2008 | toddl
Thank you all for your input, I knew this would be a feature that could cost us money in the long run and your responses confirmed it. I believe we will still try the autopaste to prove/disprove the usfullness of the feature. Regards.
Electronics Forum | Mon May 07 09:11:15 EDT 2018 | dleeper
Try Precision Placement Machines: http://www.goppm.com Or Cardinal Circuit: https://cardinalcircuit.com Both offer support for MPM printers. Insert standard "I receive no benefit nor compensation for the aforementioned companies."
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 10 15:09:27 EDT 2012 | trifith
Hi guys... I have both of them, but I prefer MPM. DEK is too problematic on our production. The biggest difference between them is in 2D inspection. Setting 2D inspection on DEK is a nightmare. MPM is really clever machine, what do what you tell him
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 02 16:55:27 EDT 2015 | aemery
Been working on MPM printers for 20+ years; it's what I do! (CM, Speedline FSE/Trainer, Independent contractor) If MPM built, I keep them running. AP's to Accela's. email@example.com 858.449.0007