Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 08:29:33 EST 2004 | Tim Goodman
well to add to your information .you are correct that you will get a cp8 instead of a cp7 and its cheaper.the cp7 range has been replaced by the cp8 because of the y 2 axis control that allows beter pickup of 402 and 0201 components.my moneys on the
Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 26 10:54:44 EST 2006 | smtek_cc
Would like to know if Fuji have made the CP7 0804P feeders in black body type. I currently purchased some 0804P feeders in black body type with the double safety lock. Someone said this is CP643 type. Not sure if this can be treated as CP7 feeders.
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 | Wed Jun 23 00:47:54 EDT 2004 | Justanobody
Really? Unhappy with the support structure within Fuji. Is that why Jabil Brazil and Guad. are buying a boat load of Fuji's latest machine. Plus, the CP7 isn't sold any more. Get up to date, its a CP8.