Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 29 15:13:29 EST 1999 | Larry Johnson
Yes, you can place BGA's with your GSM using that software. However, I don't know how critical you want to be when reading the bumps, if you want to read them at all. I did an experiment once using the same BGA, using both bump process A and E . E
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 29 18:01:13 EST 1999 | JAX
What's happenin Larry, I am not sure if bump proccess E is available on this particuliar software rev. but I have forgotten?????? It shouldn't matter; bump proccess A will work fine. The only things you have to do is make sure the pick up point
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 02 13:22:58 EST 2017 | jluiscp10
Hi. We Recently adquired a used machine universal GSM2, (product tree #46368504 L524), we need the operation, programming, platform operation, PTF basic machine operation manuals. Could you help me with this? Thanks
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 02 17:35:03 EST 2017 | dilogic
You can register your machine with Universal Instruments for very reasonable fee (I paid ~500$) and get access to their web-based support. Well worth the money. Also, you will be able to order spares, which you will certainly need...
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 19 15:36:14 EST 2003 | Jaime
The GSM simulator is good for estimating how long it will take,just to give you a ball park figure. That is my opinion. We do use GSM's, and I do use the simulator for HSP and GSM to balance the line. It's a good start point.
Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 09 11:15:48 EDT 2011 | temelyucel
we are looking for ex field engineer for uic gsm1 and gsm2 machines
Electronics Forum | Wed May 02 11:51:40 EDT 2007 | flipit
Check with Universal on service. The GSM is a solid machine. Very well built. The older machines will run under IBM OS2 OS. Nothing wrong with this OS. There have been some vision system upgrades also. The older GSM might have the AIS3500 or ne