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Mydata vs Siplace

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 23 10:02:47 EDT 2001 | Cal

Mydata machines are great for large back planes close to 23" wide. The foot print of the Mydata machines are concerning- being a "T" design it sacrifices floor space. Also, Mydata is not considered to be in the same classification (my opinion) of equ

MYDATA vs ASSEMBLEON

Electronics Forum | Tue May 24 15:42:21 EDT 2005 | Aramis

My friend, Are you located in South America?? If yes, I am responsible for all MYDATA training in this area and I can help you (anetto@envoy.com.br) If you are not in South America, please contact MYDATA at http://www.mydata.com, they can help you.

Mydata

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 07 04:01:23 EST 2007 | AR

Hi all Everybody seems to be touting the fast changeover capabilities of the Mydata machines. What is it exactly that makes Mydatas so great in this (very important) area, above other brands? I am not attempting to play down the Mydata, I am just ge

Mydata's UPS suggestions...

Electronics Forum | Thu May 20 16:17:59 EDT 2010 | kpm135

I agree I thought all MYData's had them built in. If not I'd contact MYData and see what they recommend. You can find their contact infor on their website http://www.mydata.com.

Mydata

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 08 18:32:06 EST 2007 | stepheniii

You mean the only machine other than Mydata. I've run jobs where not all the feeders would fit. On Panasonic I needed two programs and non-intelligent feeder swaps. On Mydata push the button on the feeder magazine and pull it out and then put in the

Way to port SMT program from Mydata to Panasonic?

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 16 09:26:26 EDT 2008 | mi

Hello, I have programmed SMT placement for Mydata My9 machines. I have ported programs between Mydata-to-Mydata machines. Also from Mydata to AOI machine for SMT inspection. Is there a way to port a placement program from Mydata to Panasonic MSH2

MyData Equipment Users - Roll Call

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 07 09:06:48 EST 2002 | JMcMahon

MYDATA files are standard ASCII format.

MyData and their position on used equipment.

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 11 14:02:03 EDT 2002 | lysik

Tey will support it but it is like pulling teeth. Do you service MyData machines?

MYDATA Training

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 02 14:13:47 EDT 2002 | pjc

I will send you documents that describe the Mydata training to your SMTnet mail box.

Mydata Line Scan

Electronics Forum | Thu May 13 13:41:06 EDT 2004 | pjc

What, no answers from Mydata tech support? 978-948-7378.

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