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Universal instruments registration

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 20 01:28:49 EDT 2002 | lysik

My only comment on this e-mail is VERY GOOD POINT. All the best Christopher

Universal instruments registration

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 18 23:15:26 EDT 2002 | fastek

If Universal for example decides they want to implement a registration fee to pursade customers from buying used then why have they dropped their shorts from $20,000 to register a GSM in 2000 to $2,000 recently? Guess they were tired of losing custom

Universal instruments registration

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 19 13:28:39 EDT 2002 | pjc

To CS: If you "build" in this cost for telephone support on new and recond machines, because that's all we're talking about here since you are being paid for parts and field service, and the original purchaser sells the machine then they won't be ca

Universal instruments registration

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 20 01:25:39 EDT 2002 | lysik

It is not just the rgistration fee. It is the fact that often after you register the machine you sre still denied a certian portion of service. UIC is very in check with their registration pricing. OEM's do however have a clause that says we can not

Universal instruments registration

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 18 09:30:30 EDT 2002 | davef

Brian, Such a deal, how could you NOT take it? Two comments: * In the words of our ex-president Wild Bill, �Ah feel yer pain.� * TANSTAAFL [There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch] from RA Heinlein's �The Moon is a Harsh Mistress� That being s

Universal instruments registration

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 16 20:55:49 EDT 2002 | lysik

I do think that people should have to pay a registration fee. It costs a lot of money to run a company like Universal. R&D, help dest etc. They deserve to turn a profit. I also think Universal makes great machines. I am probably their biggest fan. So

Universal instruments registration

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 17 14:03:37 EDT 2002 | lysik

Pansonic is Real good about support once you have registered a machine. But They are in serious violation of the law if you have a part number and want to buy a part. In the USA a OEM must sell you parts no questions asked as long as you have a part

Universal instruments registration

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 17 18:18:52 EDT 2002 | bsteelglove

I recently bought a DEK 265 Mark 1 on the used market for $1,500 dollars along with a ABW 1210 Reflow oven which I really wanted. I knew the DEK had not been refurbed but that was fine because I was willing to pay there extremely high prices to have

Universal instruments registration

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 17 23:00:11 EDT 2002 | lysik

A DEK 265 Mark 1 is an old system. That does not mean that it does not work well. It is a very good system. It has however past it's 7 year support life. As far as a person that works for a OEM working on your machine there is no law that says he or

Universal instruments registration

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 18 09:20:58 EDT 2002 | huey

Having been the G.M. of Universal's remanufacturing division for 10 years I am familiar with the "Third Party Support Policy" as I was the primary author of it. The primary reason the policy was developed was to make it more difficult for other rese

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