Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 02 11:45:26 EDT 2013 | garyck
Need to pick between an inexpensive Manncorp manual axial lead former or the Manix unit. Any one have any experience with either of these two units?
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 05 10:26:31 EDT 2013 | garyck
Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 03 10:39:38 EDT 2013 | jaimebc
Which model of Manncorp are you looking in to, we recently purchased from Manncorp and I can tell you from our experience what to expect.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 06 14:56:48 EDT 2013 | garyck
Thank you very much, just the type of information I have been looking for. Gary.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 07 11:07:14 EDT 2013 | garyck
On last question. Is it possible to feed loose resistors into the machine one at a time?. We use a lot of parts where yearly usage is less than 1000 per year. Gary.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 07 12:27:48 EDT 2013 | jaimebc
It is possible. You can do one or up to 5 at a time. But yes you can feed loose resistors. We do it as well.
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 05 22:10:38 EDT 2013 | jaimebc
We have HRFT-301U ( staple bend) is fairly easy to set up. All you need is t-handle Allen that I believe is provided with the machine. All adjustments to form a part, both pitch and lead length are mechanically adjusted by sliding the forming and c
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 31 19:02:30 EDT 2012 | joeherz
Would like to hear from anyone using (now or in the past) Manix trim/form equipment. Looks like a very capable machine but little chance we can get a demo on it. Any input appreciated.
Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 01 10:46:22 EDT 2012 | davef
Years ago, we almost bought a Manix axial lead former / trimmer, but found a used Hepco at the last hour and went that route. I can't remember, but as I recall, we wanted to be able to do standoffs and there was some issue on standoff tooling with on
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 21 14:00:53 EST 2005 | JF
Try Manix inc. I know they Support this Reflow Oven Model.