Electronics Forum | Tue May 22 12:47:52 EDT 2007 | cyber_wolf
Is there anyone out there using this ? It looks like they only sell it for the 643 machines. Can it be adapted for 642 machines as well ? We have 2 major problems: 1. Operator makes width change adjust without removing supports from previous job. Ta
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 08 12:16:58 EDT 2008 | pstone
I have four IP3�s all that require different height board support pins. Is there a way to adjust the table height so all of the machines are the same?
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 10 12:28:49 EDT 2008 | cyber_wolf
Why not post the solution for all to see ? Answer: A-cuz then I can't spam.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 10 17:35:25 EDT 2008 | fujillews
if you need help just ask
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 10 18:00:14 EDT 2008 | tonysmt
Thanks llew explanation & information was a great help.
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 09 13:30:16 EDT 2008 | fujillews
Hi, Please email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org i will explain how and provide the information you require. Regards Llew
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 08 07:45:03 EST 2007 | hussman
We use the Gel Flex from MPM. Made a different base for each machine. Works well for most boards, but you may need additional pin support for larger boards. No tools, no vaccum hoses, no missprints (which Grid Lock is famous for), and best of all
Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 10 22:51:55 EST 2007 | realchunks
My oh my...
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 08 09:24:37 EST 2007 | pjc
Here's another outfit that makes a board support system: http://www.production-solutions.com/ The Gel-Flex may fit in a DEK. The gel blocks and pins in the kit are 4cm high. Not sure what the centernest depth (from conveyor belt to bottom plate) i
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 11 10:51:16 EST 2008 | cnelson
Does anyone know where I can find some good supports for my boards during the printing process. I have only managed to find Red E Set, which is along the lines I'm looking for. Thanks in advance.