Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 19 02:29:55 EDT 2019 | robl
Hi all, Is anyone else running RC5.16 with an electrical tester? After the last system update all 3 of our iineo's have picked up a bug: When we change an element the software forces all applicable parts in that trolley to go through electrical te
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 20 06:58:49 EDT 2019 | spoiltforchoice
Well they had an army @ WNIE Live, so maybe you'll have better luck now that is over.
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 23 02:20:40 EDT 2019 | robl
We reported it months ago, but they have promised to look into it again.
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 07 04:06:04 EST 2019 | mschiller
Hello Robl, This problem has been solved. I hope that you already had the information and your situation is no more a concern. If not, please contact your Europlacer customer service that we will help on your issue. Best Regards, Mathieu
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 07 04:59:00 EST 2019 | robl
Hi Mathieu, Thanks, an engineer came in this week and updated the software. Kind regards, Rob.
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 07 05:08:24 EST 2019 | mschiller
Hi Rob, I am glad you get through your issue. We always focus on customer services and partnership is a part of our DNA. We always feel concerned about the efficiency and reliablity of our products. Do not hesistate to get in touch for any needs.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 09 23:55:07 EDT 2015 | navworx
As mentioned, I'm looking for opinions, pro & con, comparing these two machines. Cost, performance, whether you think it's an apples-apples comparison, etc. Would like to hear from those who: 1. Have used Europlacer machines and now use MyData mac
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 13 11:22:17 EST 2015 | slarochellesmt
I can offer some background on the IINEO II as I feel it is much better than the Yamaha. I currently have 3 IINEO IIs in production that replaced 3 Assembleon lines. The IINEOs handle quick changeovers better than any SMT line that I have used to d
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 19 05:32:29 EST 2015 | aj
not a user of either machines but I have assessed quite a lot of machines and iineo II ticked every box for me... But like others have said, really depends on what you need to achieve with the machine....if you are an OEM and you have a fair idea of