Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 03 09:50:18 EDT 2023 | poly
I've got an old MPM Acella that I got very used. It had a few problems due to its age and being beaten up a bit but it's an excellent machine and after a bit of love and attention is working very well. Mpm / itw eae were very helpful with getting m
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 03 09:13:59 EST 2003 | vinhmach1
Hi, Each people will have diff idea. If you ask me... with that $90k in hand you can get a used MPM 3000 fully automate from some dealer/broker. Very nice machine. Prices will be depand on age and option. Good luck.
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 15 11:38:19 EDT 2006 | scott
I want to thank you for your help. MPM SN's are continuous (7001 to the more current 7780's), no date included. I had already contacted MPM and their Technical Support personnel could/would not pin-point the year it was manufactured, hence the reas
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 03 16:46:59 EDT 2001 | davef
It's OK to have a thin film or haze of paste left on the stencil. Printing nice bricks of paste is the important thing. Assuming you know these things, so tell us more about your situation. PRINT QUALITY: What do your paste deposits look like?
Electronics Forum | Fri May 09 20:17:58 EDT 2008 | fastek
Seems that if you are worried about the paste staying in the machine for too long then you are not the type of user "auto paste" was designed for..........and you will see zero benefits from it. This feature was designed to try to squeeze another f
Electronics Forum | Tue May 10 21:13:03 EDT 2022 | kumarb
We have an Ekra X4 that we purchased ages ago but the line was idle due to numerous SMT supplier faults including defective used feeders and other issues. Now all is working well and we may consider to upgrade to a current Yamaha or Juki RX-8. Doing
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 04 12:56:41 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon
| Any of you Process/Manufacturing Engineers, techs, etc..or those of you who 'have a clue' about this stuff been victimized by (clueless and uneducated) Manufacturing Supervisors and (clueless and uneducated) Managers who blame EVERYTHING on YOU, th
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 04 15:43:06 EDT 1999 | JohnW
| | Any of you Process/Manufacturing Engineers, techs, etc..or those of you who 'have a clue' about this stuff been victimized by (clueless and uneducated) Manufacturing Supervisors and (clueless and uneducated) Managers who blame EVERYTHING on YOU,