Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 23 15:38:31 EST 1998 | bill yates
I will convert your cp6 paper[red]8x4 feeders to plastic[yellow] feeders.email for more details
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 24 17:47:50 EDT 2010 | smtmax
I'm looking for CP6 fuji feeder. 16mm x 12mm (KO=8.3mm) 24mm x 20mm (KO=10.9mm) Please help! Thanks!
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 31 08:27:54 EDT 2006 | aj
Machine is Fuji CP6
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 16 09:45:03 EDT 2004 | John
I have a CP6 and two CP643's, and was wondering why you need to "calibrate" your CP6 feeders? We have had no problems with ours. John
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 29 23:48:39 EST 2006 | ____
Look on the serial number on the body of the feeder. If it starts with "W" it is a CP6 feeder. If it starts with "K" it is for the CP7. It really doesn't matter for which machine, it all depends on the bucket style feeder. If the feeder is a bucket s
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 13 14:52:15 EDT 2004 | cabjerk
Hi All: I posted this thread a while back and got no response. So, I'm trying it again. We have found a machine called the GAM-20F to calibrate our Fuji CP6 feeders. Has anyone ever used one of these? The price is in the 5-6K range and is from SMT
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 31 21:44:47 EST 2006 | fastek
Correct....if the feeders you purchased have 7" pans then they will work fine on a CP-6 or CP-7. If the pans are 13" and they are truly CP-6 feeders, they won't work on a CP-7. If you need to change out your pans I can help. I have a bunch of 13"
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 24 00:42:47 EDT 2004 | Justanobody
Carl, Fuji has a unit that is approx. 12k. But it does alot for the CP6/7/8 and XP1 series feeders. All-In-One feeder jig.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 17 08:36:01 EDT 2004 | rlackey
CP6/7 feeders are mechanical indexing machines, and the springs, cams etc wear over time leading to misfeeds & increased attrition. You can just strip & repair but especially on the 8x2 feeders the pick up position is critical. John, I'd check with
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 17 10:44:44 EDT 2004 | cyber_wolf
Carl, That machine looks way expensive. We found a used Fuji microscopic jig for 3500.00 It came with the master jigs and master tapes. It doesn't have all the bells and whistles, but it does exactly what it is supposed to. John, I am curious as t