Electronics Forum: fuji and cp-2 (Page 1 of 23)

obective comparison between siplace and fuji pick and place equipment

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 10 08:12:50 EDT 1998 | Rick I.

we currently have a siplace line(80s/f) and are inhereting a fuji line from another site. I need an objective comparison between the two. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the fuji with regard to programming, operating and maintenance. any cav

Re: obective comparison between siplace and fuji pick and place equipment

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 12 07:00:48 EDT 1998 | Jim McCarten

Which Fuji Machines? | we currently have a siplace line(80s/f) and are inhereting a fuji line from another site. I need an objective comparison between the two. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the fuji with regard to programming, operating

Re: obective comparison between siplace and fuji pick and place equipment

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 10 09:01:46 EDT 1998 | Al Carrillo

| we currently have a siplace line(80s/f) and are inhereting a fuji line from another site. I need an objective comparison between the two. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the fuji with regard to programming, operating and maintenance. any c

Re: obective comparison between siplace and fuji pick and place equipment

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 10 18:35:18 EDT 1998 | phillip hunter

| we currently have a siplace line(80s/f) and are inhereting a fuji line from another site. I need an objective comparison between the two. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the fuji with regard to programming, operating and maintenance. any c

Fuji CP3 and 2mm pitch tape

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 14 15:38:28 EST 2003 | fujispares

Hi, CP3 will have trouble placing 0603 parts - I wouldn`t use a CP3 for these parts - A CP4 will be more suitable. A older CP4 feeder will fit and function on a CP3.

Fuji CP3 and 2mm pitch tape

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 14 11:02:59 EST 2003 | soupatech

I found a feeder with a 2mm pitch and was told that although it was made for the CP4, it would work with the CP3. Before we throw out a thousand bucks, has anyone had experience loading parts off of a 2mm pitch tape with the CP3? The part is a 1.6

Re: Siemens HS50 and F5 and S25

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 06 23:12:09 EST 2000 | Brad

Chris, Have you considered Fuji? The robustness of Fuji is proven. I have recently done floor space analysis and cost per placement/sqr foot studies. I have also performed ROI studies on these machines. The new CP7 machine from Fuji outperforms th

Fuji cp3 and ip2 placement speed

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 12 14:47:01 EDT 2002 | soupatech

Hi, Does anyone know the aprox. parts per hour a cp3 and ip2 should place assuming the program is optimized and everything else goes well (yeah right!)? I understand there are a lot of factors involved to get the correct numbers but what is the BEST

Fuji cp3 and ip2 placement speed

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 13 10:08:44 EDT 2002 | dougt

Tony, I'm in Ken's corner.....the speeds the manufacturers offer are pretty much meaningless when it comes down to your particular board. Brand X can say they will do 1,000,000 cph but when you put your board on the machine with multiple parts at di

Fuji cp3 and ip2 placement speed

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 13 13:34:39 EDT 2002 | soupatech

Thanks for all the input everyone..... At least I have a starting point and have something to compare my actual numbers with. It seems to me the most important thing to worry about is feeders and writing the program correctly. I have spent most of my

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