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 Aug 20 13:15:58 EDT 2009 | ratsalad
Yes, you should be able to. The feeder interface for the GSMs (not Advantis or Genesis) has been the same as far back as I can remember... And we used to have a D-block machine. We use some of the same feeders from that old D-block GSM on the GSM
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 23 09:53:33 EDT 2005 | PWH
Thanks all for the opinions. Our shuttle/GSM1/PTF install was done by an ex-UIC engineer. Have never utilized shuttle so appreciate the advice on pros and cons of it all. We have 1.0 mil on PTF side and 4.0 on shuttle side. C4 head on both sides
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 09 01:49:46 EST 2018 | reckless
Which machine did you like more and recommend? My feeling is the Juki is simpler and easier by design thus making it easier to maintain. The GSM is very robust, highly over engineered making it more costly to keep going. Harder to work on for
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 23 04:12:11 EDT 2005 | siverts
Installation/set up of the component shuttle is critical. The shuttle must be perfectly squared and leveled, since it has a 4 spindle pick/place head on it. This shuttle head can pick up to 4 comps. from the shuttle feeders (gang pick) and will deliv
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 01 21:45:45 EDT 1998 | Jason
Ross, I am a process engineer now but in the past I was an automation Engineer also responsible for maintenance of Mixed tech production lines. The Universal GSM and GSM2 are very reliable machines and have excellent support from Universal. I r
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