Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 28 08:24:33 EST 2004 | stefwitt
35 hits on the search result of this forum entering agilis in the search window. There is at least some user feedback.
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 02 08:57:26 EST 2004 | pjc
Contact Mydata and they can give you a lengthly list of Agilis users to contact.
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 03 00:00:17 EST 2006 | John
Mydata sells clips you put on the cover tape after it is removed from the agilis feeder.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 27 10:12:21 EST 2004 | ldavis
Has anyone completed time studies on Mydata's Agilis feeder system? Is the time to load / unload reels any faster than traditional feeders? Any comments regarding the Agilis feeders would be greatly appreciated.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 27 15:14:53 EST 2020 | SMTA-Alex
This happens with either old tape, the cover tape doesn't stay sealed on the left side, or is the seal is too far to the right, the knife lifts the cover tape. There isn't much you can do in this case. Your choices are: switch the component into an A
Electronics Forum | Fri May 24 09:42:36 EDT 2002 | Johan Bergstrom
Yes, traditionally feeders are using two pulling mechanisms; one for the base tape and one for the cover tape. Agilis only need one. Therefore there is no precision conflict regarding possible play between the sprocket and the tape. Johan Bergstrom
Electronics Forum | Wed May 29 14:48:39 EDT 2002 | Roger
With all due respect I would like to see feedback from Agilis users. The Yugo was a very reliable car according to the Yugo salesman. Then the muffler fell off on the way home from the dealer.
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 15 13:49:19 EDT 2003 | pbc1963
We just started using the 8mm Agilis feeders and found componets are lost during loading and unloading. Thinking about keeping the feeders resident on about 75 of our high runner reels and stocking as point of use. Has anyone run into a similar sit
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 07 10:06:34 EST 2005 | jsk
what we do is cut the excess overlay tape off. With agilis you do not need a "leader". Can't help you on the 10 parts that you are losing.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 28 07:56:13 EDT 2005 | cmiller
Is anyone else having problems with the large Agilis feeders? I believe they make an adjustable style Agilis feeder now. Anyone try them?