Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 19 13:53:37 EST 2006 | dman97
Does anyone know exactly why these machines bombed the way they did? I have never heard of anyone out there who still has these machines. Were they recalled from fuji? What exactly happened to all the machines that were out in the field? Anyone know?
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 26 14:55:17 EDT 2001 | mparker
Why not a stink bomb during regular work hours? (If you can get any methyl mercapton, that stuff is very odorific. Smells like baby's barf. A little dab'll do ya!) That way you could gage the complaint ratio as time goes by. Could save you much elbow
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 30 14:05:13 EDT 1998 | Ross Perot
I didn't use my real name because I don't want to get bombed with phone calls and emails. We are an OEM looking to put in a SMT line soon. Is this GSM a decent machine? How much does it cost? Also and info on decent screen printers and reflow o
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 22 13:11:07 EDT 2002 | slthomas
After considerable hemming and hawing, we decided to drop the bomb on 'em....give us ORL0 (which we use here) AND no bottom side solder balls or belly up to the bar with some favorable Appendix B test results on their preferred flux. As usual, Mr. F
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 25 09:45:03 EDT 2004 | rlackey
Wow, you really can do great things with Meccano. Thats it, I'm throwing away all 8 of my ultra fast bomb proof Fujis and swapping them for a brand new Fisher-Price "My First SMT Machine". Cheers Greg, I've now seen the light!