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ipulse M4e surface mount machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 09 16:04:56 EST 2007 | tiucric

Firstly , we are installing an ipulse m4e smt machine later this year. If any are being used in your production process please let me know just how good or bad the machine operates, any advance of information regarding problems : placement , nozzles

Amistar software search

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 30 20:30:19 EDT 2006 | darby

i-Pulse MAY help you. http://www.ipulse.co.jp/

Yamaha iPulse vs Assembleon MG1

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 19 19:43:38 EST 2023 | smtusa

How does the Yamaha iPulse line compare to the Assembleon MG1? My friends had amazing experience with the MG1 and prefer them. I have never seen an iPulse in person. The heads and software look very similar between the two machines. The M2 seems

SMT LINE CHOICE

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 21 17:45:48 EDT 2018 | stephenj37824

We heard back from Ipulse/Yamaha today. I'll have the quote back on the Ipulse M20 tomorrow. I'll keep you posted but the Ipulse seems to be much more cost effective. We are looking at the 12 head version. You guys are great.... Thanks so much!

Amistar SMT equipment

Electronics Forum | Wed May 16 08:24:57 EDT 2001 | caldon

Davis- From my understanding Amistar does not sell SMT equipment any more. Tenryu(Amistars machine) is now IPulse. http://www.ipulse.co.jp/ENG/ This is right from Amistars web page "On April 1, 2000, Tenryu Technics was acquired by i�PULSE, a whol

Yamaha iPulse vs Assembleon MG1

Electronics Forum | Sun Jun 25 15:55:23 EDT 2023 | smtusa

The specifications are very similar. Is the key difference speed between them? MG1 being ~10% faster? Will the ipulse take abuse like MG1? MG1 is 2x more expensive, can buy 2 ipulse M2s instead of 1 MG1.

Placement machine comparison

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 20 17:40:03 EDT 2002 | pjc

Depends on which Assembleon machine, aye? The "GEM" line, Topaz & Emerald, stuff is Yamaha- Japan, which I consider more along the lines of Juki and i-Pulse (Tenyru/Yamaha), and maybe Samsung. The "Power" line, ACM & FCM, on the other hand is pure Du

I-pulse SMT machines formerly Tenryu

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 02 06:26:57 EDT 2003 | loz

Hi all. Can anyone offer any feedback from prior experience of I-pulse M1 SMT mahcines. Usual stuff, ie capability strengths, weaknesses etc.Also any quirks in the platform? Thanks in advance. Loz

iPulse M4e Pick and Place Machine

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 20 20:48:54 EDT 2005 | darby

Mike, I was wondering why you are comparing a 6 head machine (Samsung) to a 3 head machine (i-Pulse). I sort of thought you would look at the M2 to compare to the SM320. Just curious. Darby.

i-PULSE placement systems

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 22 04:44:55 EDT 2006 | basem

We choose i-PULSE as our#1. However, we have concerns in regards to maintainance, reliability, and accuracy. High density, small form factor, and high performance products. If you think the M4Es can do the job for us, then let us know. Thanks, Bas

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