Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 09 13:41:38 EDT 2002 | cp743
Mr. Bentzen, Good morning. We at Fuji have no record of any customer bringing to our attention this issue. We have never had an issue handling these parts to date. The errors that you are encountering are related to an incorrect vision type. You s
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 26 10:10:03 EDT 2010 | kapa
We are currently using Mydata (12 and 15) and are now looking at Fuji CP-743 and IP-3, what quality expectation can I have? I am looking for First Pass Yield data from your production with CP-743 and IP-3 machines. Please state type of products you p
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 24 12:34:44 EDT 2001 | 061032
Hello all, Has anyone out in SMT land have any feed back on the Fuji Cp743 placement machine. We have older CP4-2 machines and they have held up pretty well...but we jumped on the Siemens band wagon 18 months ago and whamo...we have had more servic
Electronics Forum | Mon May 14 16:39:38 EDT 2001 | T.F.
Siemens makes feeder hold down brackets for the F5 that does prevent the operator from leaving the feeder in a position that can cause a crash. The brackets attach to the feeder table so you need one bracket per table. The part part number for the b
Electronics Forum | Fri May 04 14:52:57 EDT 2001 | jdtpfacreate
Lee, There must have been a reason you liked the modular type platform. With that in mind we have modular equipment that has the reliability of you are looking for. Our PM schedule is minimal and the machines aren�t temperamental, they just run.
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 24 14:19:50 EDT 2001 | CAL
Fuji has always had stable machines CP,IP,Qp machines are true Fuji Form.I would shy away from the NP series though (for now). What I have found with Fuji - once it goes down it is down hard (Not taking the part shipped in from Japan into considerati
Electronics Forum | Mon May 21 20:55:19 EDT 2001 | dougk
We have both CP 4/2's and 4/3. We're also running Siemens S20's & F4's. The 4/3's vision is more temperamental and slightly harder to program. Machine startup and nozzle centering takes longer, but placement time is slightly better. Honestly, for wha