Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 13 20:12:53 EST 2000 | K. S. PARK
Hello . i am reviewing the s/p dek (dek 265 infinite) ,mpm (up3000). all user say the machines are good. but to me rheopump versus proflow. which one is better. someone out there using these head advise me. bad or good thing whatever it is
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 14 18:12:44 EST 2000 | Brian Book
I believe that the Rheopump is the better design. The proflow uses a square chamber that doesn't allow the paste to roll. The control is far better also, and the design allows the use of standard piles cartridges.
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 19 01:20:33 EST 2002 | djarvis
Armin, I installed a second hand Dek Ela in-line in November. Prior to that we had been running 2 x SMTech (Quad ) Vmp100s, an MPM SP-2000 and an MPM SP-20. All semi-autos. I believe the Vmp100s to be a great machine and have recommended them to all
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 14 16:33:32 EDT 2001 | pr
I have found all the advantages (that others have spoken about) are true. One thing to look at is the quick disconnect system that MPM offers which will reduce changeover times to almost the same as blades. It's well designed and so far, for us, has
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 29 13:54:43 EDT 2001 | Brian W.
I have had some conversations with MPM about the Rheo pump. They have some data to support the change from an ROI standpoint. One of their customers has seen a dramatic decline in the amount of wasted paste, resulting in a very large cost savings.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 13 21:25:48 EDT 2001 | dougk
We've tried the MPM rheo., with excellent results. We saw a decrease in fine-pitch pad coverage rejects from ~20% to bacicially ~0%. Print speeds went from 1-2 in/sec (metal blade) to 4-5 in/sec (rheo.). Could probably go faster. Great throughput. Li
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 22 13:54:40 EST 2002 | seand
Hello Armin, If you are putting a matrix together to determine the best equipment set to use then a good path would be to start with your product and production expectations. Is this to be utilized strictly for typical SMT products? Are there any