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 | Fri Jul 15 15:26:42 EDT 2011 | vickt
what region? and to contract or for hire?
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 27 13:41:55 EDT 2011 | mmjm_1099
I am looking for one in the Wisconsin area. I have a GSM1 I purcahsed and need sonmeone to come in get it up and running so I can resell it on the used market.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 28 20:19:14 EDT 2011 | edwaterfall01
Ex UIC FE (15 years) available for service work on all GSMs. If interested we can arrange to discuss further.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 10 16:23:11 EDT 2004 | davem
Hi Grant, In previous positions I've had experience with the Fuji CP43, CP6, CP642, CP643, CP65, IP3 & QP242. In operating, training and process engineering capacities. Presently, I'm working with 2 SMT lines (in a process engineering capacity) wit
Electronics Forum | Fri May 07 07:02:52 EDT 2004 | rlackey
Hi Grant, We use the CP series from Fuji - so not quite the same, but the quality of engineering and company philosophy will almost certainly carry over into the XP range. Our machines are totally bombproof reliability wise, and the programming i
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 17 16:22:29 EDT 2006 | jaimebc
Are there any users currently working with Unicam and Universal HSP and GSM? If so, what offline interface are you using? USOS or UCT-52. Was there any conflict between Universal's interface and Unicam? Thanks
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 18 16:30:17 EDT 2006 | ratsalad
At my previous employer we ran HSP - GSM lines. Some sites used CIMBridge, others Unicam. We all used UCT52, not USOS, for the HSPs. At that time we had 4796's, 4791's, and USOS 4.X on our GSMs.
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 18 18:52:29 EDT 2010 | edwaterfall01
There is a retrofit kit to take care of the head cable problem that you mention. The s/n with 7P in it represents what is called the 7 Plus level of the head. There was one more level after that (09) for the GSM. The better heads mentioned in the
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 28 16:28:14 EST 2000 | CAL
Chris- The machines you identified are stable products and have been around for over two years now and most bugs have been worked out. The F5 IC head has not changed much since its introduction over 5 years ago. Remember these machine like to run, r