Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 28 05:16:01 EDT 2019 | wippsen
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 29 13:14:28 EST 2005 | bobpan
Anyone familiar with making smema work on the ekra x5. I believe is was manufactured with a siemens (not smema)setup. We found the cables to make the siemens work but i am not sure if i can short a couple of inputs on the cable to make the smema func
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 08 09:49:10 EDT 2018 | oriolsancheza
Hello! We've recently bought an Ekra E5 that is actually in German. Managed to get it working fine, but we would like to know how to change the language to English. Is that possible? We also have the full manual printed, but also in German, anyone
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 22 16:09:09 EDT 1998 | jvo
Does anyone know of a German company by the name of Wolf, I was told they make selective soldering machines, which by the way, is something I'm looking into.
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 15 10:53:21 EDT 2001 | Stefan
I would not mind some more business either. Although capable of installing all machine brands, I would like to restrict my expertise in the large vendor of German placement machines. email@example.com
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 03 17:15:00 EST 2002 | pjc
Try this link for Omikron Plus http://www.floridacirtech.com/newprod.asp and this one from the Germans http://www.ormecon.de/Research/IPC_99.html and this French one http://www.nts.fr/English/Products/Leveling/tin_finish.htm
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 27 08:22:26 EST 2002 | Stefan
Did you consider legal actions? Rumors are that one of the Big one lost already a case with these restrictive services. In comparison, I get my German car serviced anywhere in U.S. even if I had bought it in Germany.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 25 22:42:07 EDT 2002 | caldon
Siemans is the Chinese "Knock-off" Version of the German Electronics Company....the real deal is the SIEMENS version. Sorry just a little humor on a touchy topic....no need to respond.
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 05 11:26:57 EST 2003 | pjc
Arguably the finest axial lead cut and form machine ever created. They go for like $25K new. Can do almost any type of form. Good German engineering!
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 05 08:19:01 EST 2003 | stefwitt
if you wish, I could call the German vendor and ask for an US distributer. My e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org My information may be outdated, but I would call: Tesa-Steier in Hamburg, Germany. Part# 3.0740.00 Call 011 49 41214730