Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 13:20:45 EDT 2007 | SMT Guy
Where are you located? If in US, support for DIMA equipment is through Manncorp. Not a source I would put my money on.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 27 08:26:43 EDT 2007 | basem
The machines will be located in Damascus, Syria and so we can't/don't want to acquire any U.S. assembled machinery for several different reasons. As far as I know, My Data is U.S. made? Correct? Please let me know. Our support for DIMA will be thro
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 27 16:43:21 EDT 2007 | grantp
Hi, MYDATA is made is Sweden. Grant
Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 29 14:29:09 EDT 2007 | brianwi
I had very poor luck with Manncorp.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 27 12:38:40 EDT 2007 | Cal
Basem, I worked directly with both Essemtec and Dima and if you send me an email I can help provide direction. cal_Driscoll@hotmail.com Unfortunately,I have been out of the SMT world for almost 4 years now. I would lean more towrds the Essemtec as
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 15:57:08 EDT 2007 | grantp
Hi, I would get a second hand MYDATA, and that should do the trick. Lots of feeders available, and easy to program. Good for small volume, but not high volume.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 12:06:08 EDT 2007 | basem
$100K for this entire line. We are thinking of getting a Chinese made reflow oven that looks pretty good at $25K. Also, we need to deposit solder using a dispenser as stencil printing will be reserved only for higher volume boards. It will not be pra
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 11:01:59 EDT 2007 | Rob
Hi Basem, What's your budget? You may be able to get a decent second user machine and a bundle of feeders for the same price as a new one of those (Mydata, assmeblion, I-Pulse, Samsung etc) and not have to change it in a year or two.. Cheers, Rob.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 05:12:24 EDT 2007 | basem
Hello, I'm trying to setup a low volume SMT production line with many changeovers per one day. Looking at the several options out there, I have considered the following: 1) ESSEMTEC http://www.essemtec.com 2) Autotronik http://www.autotronik-smt.de
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 13 00:13:43 EDT 2012 | vikings
I recently purchased two used manual pick and place rotary carousel machines. They did not come with any literature and I've searched Google, this forum, and a few others with no luck. Does anybody know where I could find the owners/operator manuals