Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 22 13:02:10 EST 2007 | shap
We are looking at replacing our aging 4790 for something. We are replacing our GSM1 with an Advantis. We are a prototype shop and do runs of 5 to 30 normally and once in a while a run of 300. So we are looking for flexibility and ease of set up.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 25 15:52:07 EST 2007 | electrovert
What is your budget? Hsp 4796 from Universal is great. You can still use Hsp4790 feeders with the Hsp 4796. Hsp4796 is very durable and it is can self taught a component. This is very helpful for you since you do a lot of prototype. Universal (Gsm) h
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 22 15:22:26 EST 2007 | vickt
Rip, When you say you are looking at Universal, I assume you mean the AdVantis AC-30L? Why go with another aging chipshooter like the 4796 or CP6, when the AC-30L can supply higher throughput, similar # of feeder inputs, larger component range,
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 02 14:56:57 EST 2007 | Wagoner
Mimot is another machine that is well suited for prototype runs. It's slower than a chip shooter and it is really a flex placer. You can keep a lot of fixed feeders and it is pretty easy to set up. Operator interface is excellent and programming i
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 25 11:55:56 EST 2007 | Cmiller
If you are already getting an Advantis flex placer the AC-30 is a no brainer. It will also be a lot easier to balance the line than with another brand chipshooter. We have a video of ours running at http://www.adltech.com. We have had our first Advan
Electronics Forum | Thu May 06 21:21:34 EDT 2004 | samaniegocesar
I'm looking support in California or other state in the border near Mexicali City that can give us training to operate and programing the SMT chipshooter Universal 4790. If exist some person available let me know the cost of trainig during 5 days..