Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 23 11:28:57 EDT 2004 | Frank
We have placed labels using the Hover-Davis label feeders on our Juki machines and we used standard nozzles. Are your labels an odd shape where a standard nozzle won't work?
Electronics Forum | Fri May 31 16:26:22 EDT 2002 | Feederman
Steve, you might want to check out the pre-printed and print-on-demand label feeders that are available through Hover-Davis. These types of feeder remove the potential human placement errors which sometimes occur. The feeders are available for most p
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 09 23:35:40 EDT 2015 | wedo
Why do you say that MyData tech support is no help?
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 09 11:12:43 EDT 2015 | quaker332007
We have a mydata MY100DX and A Hover-Davis label feeder. I'm have issues picking up the label. The machine will place it fine for a few then stop and refuse to pick up the label. Is anyone using this configuration and if so do you have and points
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 10 08:36:48 EDT 2015 | quaker332007
Why do you say that MyData tech support is no > help? Because I was on the phone with them for more then an hour with no help. Tech support has no experience with this feeder. That is why I'm asking if anyone here does.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 10 08:50:04 EDT 2015 | jax
Is the feeder working properly... presenting the label at the same location each time it indexes? If yes, I would look at changing nozzles on the machine. sometimes a rigid tipped nozzle cannot maintain suction on thin items like labels that can ben
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 07 12:57:15 EST 2007 | John S.
Hover Davis makes a feeder that can be fitted to many pick and place machines. Runs about 7k. I've seen print on demand feeders at tradeshows for about 30k. If you've got enough volume, you could also laser etch. There's more capital involved, bu