Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 25 14:34:24 EDT 1998 | D Wanzek
I am looking for advice on feeders for the MPAV Panasonic machine. We are about to encounter our first experience with Panasonic. We are unsure of which style feeders to buy for tube parts. Parts mix includes all sizes of D-paks, SOICs, PLCCs and so
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 26 07:00:16 EDT 1998 | Wayne Bracy
I am looking for advice on feeders for the MPAV Panasonic machine. We are about to encounter our first experience with Panasonic. We are unsure of which style feeders to buy for tube parts. Parts mix includes all sizes of D-paks, SOICs, PLCCs and
Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 25 19:02:45 EDT 2003 | Gabriele
Main difference is the reel holder position and for sure the clamping pin location. Tape feeding system is different. Any way they cannot be compatible among them. Q type feeders must be used for MV Q-Type placer and K-type feeders must be used for M
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 13 10:38:38 EST 2004 | fastek
This I have heard from (2) different sources. Fuji feeders for CP series machines are now being counterfeited in China and are being sold as original. They will in all appearences look completely legit in original boxes and with Fuji bar-codes. Once
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 14 03:45:31 EST 2004 | rlackey
I don't think that the ones I encountered were "fake", I think that they were cheap copies - ie. actually meant to work, not just to part someone with their cash - engineered to a price (just a very low one!). It does seem a bit strange to go to the
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 13 12:02:20 EST 2004 | Rob
I've seen 2 types from China, one type was an amazing copy (Fuji supplier's factory back door possibly?) and the other was a cheap copy. The cheap copy was adequately functional, but I wouldn't want to bet on it's long term life.
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 13 12:29:12 EST 2004 | fastek
Interesting Rob. The fake ones that I was told about would fail within minutes as the index wheels would be reduced to metal shavings right away.