Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 08 14:48:54 EDT 2018 | tey422
Need help on how to fix or temporary fix to bypass the "Rear feeder bank in lower position" error for the Juki 2080 machine. Even replace with different feeder bank won't fix. Any suggestions?
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 03:44:46 EST 2006 | lov3ly_9irl
Hi, Can anybody know a company that sell vacuum filter for Juki and Yamaha machines? Tks. Lauren
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 07:51:27 EST 2006 | sagan
Any SMC resseler may have the Venturi filter for the Juki... as for the Yamaha, i don't honestly know.
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 10 03:30:44 EST 2006 | lov3ly_9irl
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 16:52:07 EST 2006 | darby
Which model Yamhah are you talking about and what is the make and model # of the manifold block for the micro ejectors? If it has the Koganei ME05M series then your local rep can supply the filters. It is a good idea to get spare O-rings for the filt
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 16 23:23:03 EDT 2011 | ckyien
Hi, my company is looking for SMT lines. Currently our target for pick and place machine is on Yamaha YS12P/YS12F and Juki 2080L/3020L. Kindly please share your comments of pros and cons of these machines. Also please recommend other brands and mod
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 17 12:14:52 EDT 2011 | emeto
We hacve Juki and I have to admit that they are very good machines. These machines are not very fast(I don't know how different is 2080. 1080 aned 2060 are almost the same and their real speed is about 6000cpm/h. Besodes that fact the machines great
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 03 18:55:23 EDT 2023 | previnmoore
Im having a problem with the Juki KE2080 it's telling me that there is a head lifter error.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 20 09:11:33 EDT 2008 | jsims
We ran 3 750's, a 2060, and a 2080 for about 10 years. If you'd like to talk about it offline, give me an e-mail. email@example.com. We had a positive experience. Good luck. John S.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 08 23:52:24 EDT 2021 | tey422
I would suggest getting KE-2060 or KE-2080 instead. It has better camera and easier programming if you are working with fine-pitch components such as QFPs & Micro BGAs.