Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 13 12:30:20 EDT 2006 | ianlg
Hi If you are looking for a good solid reliable printer you might like to compare the Dek 248 and 100MV's with the R29-V from Reprint in the UK. It has great software and vision system and is built on a new platform whereas the Dek 248 and 100MV/Mi
Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 25 22:06:12 EST 2015 | deanm
I bought a pair of used holders with squeegees from Precision Placement Machines (goppm.com). They can support your printer with parts and accessories. I am in no way affiliated with PPM.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 26 07:38:23 EST 2015 | jasper
Hello, we can get your the original squeegees if you like. we have those in stock. Please send an email to email@example.com and we will quote you.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 26 12:16:09 EST 2015 | dilogic
To DeanM - I tried to send you an e-mail, but it bounced back. Can you e-mail me please?
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 27 03:23:09 EST 2015 | nvn
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Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 23 02:01:33 EST 2015 | dilogic
If someone has printer from subject, I have some questions regarding squeege holders (dimensions). I bought used one without squeege holders, found a company that can make it but I do not know exact fixing screw positions and height.
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 10 16:50:44 EDT 2001 | jeff
The "UP100 " is currently built by Speedline. However only the models UP100S (No Vision and manual adjust table ) and the UP 100MV (Vision and manual adjust table). These are batch printers not in-line. The IS model has been out of production for ab
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 05 17:38:27 EDT 2006 | flipit
I have a lot of experience on 1995 vintage Dek 248 and Dek 249. The 1995 to 1997 vintage were not the best. If Dek has improved them, great! If not, then I would not buy one. Dek 265 is a great printer. Dek did not put a lot of support into Dek
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 04 08:49:12 EST 2004 | ianlg
Hi Kistech is a UK based company. The MD is a David Wheatley who was one of the founders of SMTech Ltd who designed and manufactured the 100MV prior to the company being purchased by MPM. The microflex is a re-engineerd version of this machine. The
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 15 16:58:11 EST 2007 | flipit
Phil, I used to print solder paste on 2" X 2" and 3" X 3" 96% Alumina substrates all the time. I used standard solder printers and stencils. Screens are difficult to use and don't print well. You can use a stencil on a DeHart, CW Price, or AMI Pr