Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 27 10:13:00 EDT 2016 | cyber_wolf
I'm sure Juki would be happy to explain the difference to you.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 19 12:36:03 EDT 2016 | jbuckley
My company uses both Juki electric and mechanical feeders. Yes, electric feeders are much more efficient than mechanical as far as pick speed and general feed speed. However, if a reel runs out, it usually takes our operators under a minute to change
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 28 10:42:25 EDT 2016 | mnorthey
We use the Juki electric feeders, I have not seen the mechanical ones. The reel holder is the only problem we have had with these feeders(cheaply built). That said our operators are trained to change a feeder in less than one minute, (originally it w
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 19 12:43:05 EDT 2016 | cyber_wolf
A 200% + increase in load time certainly erases any thoughts of efficiency in my mind.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 24 22:36:17 EDT 2016 | yokywong
now days, I face a problem for JUKI electric feeder and machinery feeder. i do not know about any of electric feeder. until now, we all use machinery feeder for CF081ER 7' real holder and 15' real holder,CF03HPR ,FF12FS,FF16FS,AF24FS-OP. but this tim
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 25 03:39:25 EDT 2016 | rob
A 200% + increase in load time certainly erases > any thoughts of efficiency in my mind. We have tried the Visker Electric feeders out (Yamaha & Juki)and they are nice and smooth, with a faster recovery rate, also adjustable pitch. However, with