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Suzuki 1200 Pick&Place

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 21 10:13:24 EDT 2006 | nemachines

Hello All Software needed Suzuki 1200 1990 Model Pick&Place machine. Can anyone Help ? Thanks

Suzuki 1200 Pick&Place

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 24 08:17:06 EDT 2006 | nodlac

Northeast Machines- For a machine that is 16 years old the best thing to do is contact Suzuki direct. I asume it is a TAB Machine. I know most of the time people hate to be refered back to the OEM but in this case it is best. www.suzukinet.co.jp For

BGA -X-Ray Services

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 05 10:55:15 EDT 2001 | caldon

ACI in Philadelphia can do this inspection. contact Barry Bloom at 610-362-1200 x 222. We can quote it per board, lot, component, time. what ever fits your need. Caldon W. Driscoll ACI USA 610-362-1200 cdriscoll@aciusa.org

SMT-1200E system disk boot

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 29 21:45:34 EST 2011 | sonavc

Hi I have this SMT-1200E Suzuki . the system disk is bad. would someone copy me one. Please I do pay for your time . my email is son@enableit.com thank you for read my post Son Nguyen

CL-1200 High Precision Automatic Solder Paste Printer

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 04 06:21:36 EDT 2017 | sachinverma

Dear All, plz share your experience with CL-1200 High Precision Automatic Solder Paste Printer. which type trouble shooting you are face in your experience ?

Lead Free Process

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 21 11:58:15 EDT 2001 | caldon

The data for this is overwhelming. My best advice would be to contact our lead-free specialists Lee Whitemann or Blaine Partee. Blaine's email is bpartee@aciusa.org Phone 610-362-1200 x 209. Lee's email is lwhitemann@aciusa.org Phone 610-362-1200 x

PTH insertion

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 04 11:58:14 EST 2005 | pjc

Its an operator dependant system. I've had operators range from 600 to 1,200 CPH.

Ionograph Testing

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 05 08:47:48 EST 2006 | pjc

If no replies, why don't you call the mfr. ? (800) 356-8260 or (317) 244-1200

We are now building 48 inch (1200mm) SMT assemblies.

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 29 08:26:32 EDT 2016 | proceng1

What info on the process would you like to know?

We are now building 48 inch (1200mm) SMT assemblies.

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 07 12:40:34 EDT 2016 | sumote

Thank you! Very nicely done.

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