Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 13 11:29:39 EST 2020 | rlising
We are planning on installing an SMT Line in our building. We own 75% of the building, there is a crossfit gym next door and they tend to drop weights where we can feel the vibration. Should we be concerned with the SMT Line being set up on that end
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 13 14:44:19 EST 2020 | dwl
I wouldn't think the vibration from weights dropping would be significant enough to effect the SMT machines. If you are concerned, look into placing vibration dampening pads under the machine feet. you don't need anything fancy, just neoprene pads wo
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 03:44:46 EST 2006 | lov3ly_9irl
Hi, Can anybody know a company that sell vacuum filter for Juki and Yamaha machines? Tks. Lauren
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 07:51:27 EST 2006 | sagan
Any SMC resseler may have the Venturi filter for the Juki... as for the Yamaha, i don't honestly know.
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 10 03:30:44 EST 2006 | lov3ly_9irl
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 08 16:52:07 EST 2006 | darby
Which model Yamhah are you talking about and what is the make and model # of the manifold block for the micro ejectors? If it has the Koganei ME05M series then your local rep can supply the filters. It is a good idea to get spare O-rings for the filt
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 16 07:55:37 EST 2007 | ronsou
Anyone have any experiance with these Juki machines? I have no experiance with Juki except for a Zevatech place-mat 360 many years ago. Currently using Siemens and Mydata. How is the accuracy, speed, durability, and programming. Any help would be a
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 13 10:20:57 EDT 2008 | kmeline
You might want to look at Juki's. They have a great warranty. Not that you would need it.
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 18 13:59:05 EDT 2009 | cyber_wolf
Can anyone tell me the difference between these two machines ?
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 21 12:51:12 EDT 2009 | cyber_wolf