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SMT Equipment

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 29 22:35:03 EDT 1998 | Mike Cannon

Hello all! My name is Mike Cannon and I'm a small business owner looking at some of the SMT equipment today. I've been interested in Sanyo chipshooters due to the cost, but I'm not sure if it's the right decision. I've been on chipshooters.com (my fi

What's the most reliable chipshooter ???

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 08 08:28:11 EDT 1998 | FRANK

I am looking for a chipshooter capable of installing tape fed smt parts on tape up to 32mm. Chipshooter speed on 8mm components must be a minimum of 12K per hour. Reliability, customer service and price are the gating issues. Please help me make a

Best IP to get?

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 28 07:01:42 EDT 2006 | Rob

If you are looking for an IP (defined as IC placer), and you liked the GSM1 with the worlds most hidious software, then look at the newer Universal Platforms - very good machines & they've sorted the software. Fuji Chipshooters & Maintenance? the IP

Re: SMT Equipment

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 31 12:48:01 EDT 1998 | Michael Allen

We own two Sanyo chipshooters (TCM-1600 & TCM-3500), and our experience w/ this equipment has been very positive. Contact me w/ any specific questions. Hello all! My name is Mike Cannon and I'm a small business owner looking at some of the SMT equ

Re: SMT links

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 25 22:39:04 EDT 1998 | Brandon Nemen

Greg, Here's a few more you may want to try out... 1. AssemblyNet (www.assemblynet.com) 2. Chipshooters.Com (www.chipshooters.com) Hope it helps. Anyone have any good links about electronics manufacturing process such as Throughhole Technology or S

Re: SMT Equipment

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 31 06:38:31 EDT 1998 | Process Engineer

Hello all! My name is Mike Cannon and I'm a small business owner looking at some of the SMT equipment today. I've been interested in Sanyo chipshooters due to the cost, but I'm not sure if it's the right decision. I've been on chipshooters.com (m

Re: What's the most reliable chipshooter ???

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 08 11:10:19 EDT 1998 | Wayne Bracy

I am looking for a chipshooter capable of installing tape fed smt parts on tape up to 32mm. Chipshooter speed on 8mm components must be a minimum of 12K per hour. Reliability, customer service and price are the gating issues. Please help me make

Re: What's the most reliable chipshooter ???

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 15 08:29:28 EDT 1998 | Dave Kalen

I am looking for a chipshooter capable of installing tape fed smt parts on tape up to 32mm. Chipshooter speed on 8mm components must be a minimum of 12K per hour. Reliability, customer service and price are the gating issues. Please help me ma

Need opinion about KE740 and KE760 !

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 28 13:04:23 EST 2005 | fastek

Mike- This is sort of how it goes with Zevatech/Juki. 710-chipshooter, 720-Flex mounter 730-chipshooter, 740- Flex mounter 750- chipshooter, 760- Flex mounter (at about this time, Juki took over). So yes....the 730 is compatable with either the 74

Re: SMT Equipment

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 08 10:00:58 EDT 1998 | John Ryder

Mike, Check out the Philips website at www.philips-ia.com and look at the FCM and the GEM Sapphire. The Sanyo/Universal is a fine chipshooter, but the Philips FCM is unmatched in pure speed, cost per placement and cost per square foot. If the Sanyo/U

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