Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 08:33:27 EDT 2006 | kelleyk2
I suspect the problem has been resolved or in some manner, gone away, but decided to reply anyway. After the demise of Fritsch USA, there was a void in the support chain for Fritsch Germany, the actual manufacturer. I've recently met with the owne
Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 10 21:24:16 EST 2007 | ChocBar
We are looking at purchasing either an Essemtec FLX2020 or Fritsch placeall600 pick & place machine. Just wondering if anyone has any comments (Good or bad) concerning these two.
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 07 12:37:43 EST 2006 | Fawad
We are using Semi-automatic PNP machine from Fritsch model SM-902...presently there is a problem with the machine and the production is held up becoz of that...i have tried to contact Fritsch on their website...but they have not replied yet...sorry t
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 21 09:22:38 EST 2000 | Stefan Witte
In case you are looking for prototyping ( manual, semi/automatic )benchtop machines you may want to concider Manncorp or Fritsch. Search this forum for prototype.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 23 04:24:29 EST 1998 | eyal dickerman
The best handling unit is made by -FRITSCH GmbH- they do have also rep in u.s.a eyal d
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 02 18:15:57 EST 2003 | Karl
Try Fritsch USA PO BOX 157, BOWMANSVILLE, PA 17507 1 717 445-4760 We use it all the time
Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 17 20:11:51 EST 2007 | ChocBar
Hmmm. Judging from the overwhelming response, I'd say these pick and place machines are not very popular.
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 19 11:11:31 EST 2007 | Rob
There's no real point in them now as for not a lot more you can get an I-pulse, Samsung, Mydata or Assemblion machine, or a good second user machine for the same or less.
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 29 07:57:57 EDT 2007 | vasily
http://www.fritsch-smt.com/en/indexx.htm PA 600 - Good repeatability, accuracy, huge amount of feeders, can be upgradable at your facility if you outgrow it also.
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 30 16:58:44 EDT 2007 | jasont
I know that Manncorp is the Autotronik machine re-branded. Another post mentioned Manncorp provides service for the Dima brand in USA as well. Does this mean they are all essentially the same machine? Who is the OEM? Thanks, Jason