Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 14 09:27:17 EST 2018 | cyber_wolf
On AP machines it is possible to mount the camera 180 degrees out. Not sure if this can happen on Accuflex.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 15 13:46:16 EST 2018 | aemery
Griinder, Maybe it's me, but I think what you might be saying here is that you see a reflected image of the PCB or Stencil when you and teaching the fiducials and it is interfering with the teaching routine, is that correct? If this is true it is c
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 26 11:13:49 EDT 2002 | Marco Prince
There is a new tooling invention called the Instant Fixture System. It is a mechanical "cartridge" style dense pin-array system. There is a kit for MPM-UP 2000, and AP Series, and also for DEK-265 platforms. This instant fixture system offers very
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 21:14:08 EDT 2006 | chrisgriffin
I'm with Chunks on this. In my experience MPM's are very accurate and reliable. There are so many out there because people like them. You can make a program with 2D inspection in about 10 minutes. Things do sometimes break on the 3000's, but not
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 19:00:42 EDT 2006 | SWAG
We've always been MpM so no comparison from me on DEK. All I can say is we have had 3000 series that seemed to need constant attention and almost daily wrenching. We got a couple of AP25 HiE's and they are easier to use, way more reliable and simpl
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 12:51:27 EDT 2006 | john_smith
cn, Currently we have a DEK265GSX a DEK Infinity and a MPM UP3000 printers and previously had MPM Accuflex,MPM UP1500 and MPM AP24s. No advice for the UP3030. We always had to work on all of the MPM printers for one thing or another and every time we
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 09 04:24:14 EDT 2006 | Rob
We had one of the crap UP3000's. However it was still better than a 265. If you don't need the extra large board size look for an AP2* or a HiE, especially if you are looking at using paste inspection.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 02 16:55:27 EDT 2015 | aemery
Been working on MPM printers for 20+ years; it's what I do! (CM, Speedline FSE/Trainer, Independent contractor) If MPM built, I keep them running. AP's to Accela's. firstname.lastname@example.org 858.449.0007