Electronics Forum | Fri May 31 16:16:42 EDT 2002 | Ozzy
Does Fuji even make the QP-132 anymore? I have not seen it at Apex for the past 2-3 years. This "inflexible" dinosaur was a commercial disaster for Fuji. Philips/Assembleon has sold countless more FCM than Fuji QP-132. The problem with both machines
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 11 18:56:59 EDT 2011 | csm
Dear All Can somebody recomend me a good Technician can train us in Phillips FCM 1 operation, maintenance, etc, we have 2 machines and want to make run, can be 2-3 Days only. Machines are in Mexicali BC Mexico, The Tech can be in California. Thank
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Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 15 16:02:39 EDT 2002 | tmv
Agreed that the FCM has been the choice in the past...but have you seen the 4797S HSP (TCM X100)? Usually (2) 4797S's can replace (1) FCM for about the same purchase price, and only a slighly larger footprint (consider the cost of ownership as well..
Electronics Forum | Fri May 03 01:25:33 EDT 2002 | gerits
Dear Sir, I do not want to mix in this "subjective" discussion but as an employee of Assembl�on (buider of FCM II, FCM multiflex 50, 75, 100) I can provide you with MTTR, MTBF, placement data (0201), software, and other (also customer) data on our e
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 16 01:59:25 EDT 2002 | bdiego
can you tell me about the bad things you heard about the FCM? it is verry important to us? thank u.
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 16 01:59:30 EDT 2002 | bdiego
what offline software did you use and was it good?
Electronics Forum | Sat May 11 00:53:02 EDT 2002 | csullivan
What is your email Jeff?
Electronics Forum | Tue May 21 09:43:14 EDT 2002 | Bob
I am, unfortunatly, not working with Fuji machines at the moment. Bob...
Electronics Forum | Fri May 24 17:28:04 EDT 2002 | fastek
Good points regarding Sanyo. I believe they were the first to introduce the "Direct Drive" concept. It's quite impressive. Panasonic probably ripped them off when designed their MSR's. It's interesting to note that an FCM-2 placing 96,000 comp. per h