Electronics Forum: grid-lok or quiktool (Page 1 of 1)

Benefit of GridLok screen printer ?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 06 16:58:45 EST 2020 | cbeneat

I would recommend quik-tool. Jim Bernhard essentally the inventor of Grid lok left when they went to DEK. Started quik-tool, we use grid-lok in our printers, quik-tool in our Panasonic P&P instead of support pins. Like quik-tool alot more. JBernhard@

Red-E-Set Support Damaging Double Side Components on DEK

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 30 11:39:20 EDT 2020 | dontfeedphils

I used it years ago on an old semi-auto printer and thought it was alright for the application and asking price. Set it up once with a sample board, which takes maybe 5 minutes, and you should be set for the entire run. I still prefer something mor

Ekra X3 printer

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 16 19:19:55 EDT 2011 | rsikora

I had a look at the Ekra printer at a local industry show last year. It seems to be a solid machine. Their current customers that I visited were extremely satisfied w/ the machine and with Ekra's technical support (Location = In the USA). The pcb

SPI/AOI Board Support - Correcting for Sag/Warpage

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 29 10:40:37 EST 2020 | tamasmagyar

Hi there, I used Grid-Lok and some other PCB support from Quik-Tool (don't ask me model :) ), which is pretty similar to Grid-Lok, in Viscom machines. We also had jigs for high volume products similar to those you would use for PCB routing, but with

New Printer :- Dek Horizon 03i or MPM 125 ??

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 14 19:03:54 EDT 2008 | diesel_1t

currently we have a new Horizon 02i, new software "instinctive" is pretty easy to program and operator friendly, i love to work with proflow. Gridlock is not working so good as they told. I don't like that the paper doesn't roll while you're under cl


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