Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 13 20:12:53 EST 2000 | K. S. PARK
Hello . i am reviewing the s/p dek (dek 265 infinite) ,mpm (up3000). all user say the machines are good. but to me rheopump versus proflow. which one is better. someone out there using these head advise me. bad or good thing whatever it is
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 14 18:12:44 EST 2000 | Brian Book
I believe that the Rheopump is the better design. The proflow uses a square chamber that doesn't allow the paste to roll. The control is far better also, and the design allows the use of standard piles cartridges.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 22 14:31:03 EDT 2004 | northern
I have used both the MPM and DEK. The MPM's look nicer and have a few fancy features but the DEK printed more consistent time and time again. I believe you spend a lot more money for MPM's when DEK will give you what you need.
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 10 15:09:27 EDT 2012 | trifith
Hi guys... I have both of them, but I prefer MPM. DEK is too problematic on our production. The biggest difference between them is in 2D inspection. Setting 2D inspection on DEK is a nightmare. MPM is really clever machine, what do what you tell him
Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 23 11:16:05 EST 2002 | mark
Transition Automation is offering a unique offline tooling system, which definetely improves the mpm machines compared to dek. Considering the big cost gap between used mpm and dek machines, if you buy mpm, and buy transitions instant fixture upgrad