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mydata tp9 vs philips topaz

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 19 15:21:44 EST 2007 | wayne123

I was not trying to imply that you didn't know how to run these machines I was simply saying that alot of problems that people may encounter can be solved with operating them correctly, I am sorry if you took offense to this, I too have performed all

MY 19 Issues?

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 04 09:09:46 EST 2009 | bandjwet

We are considering purchasing an MY-19 refurbished from the factory. We were not initially looking at this model but it became available. Are there any issues with this model. (We already have an MY-9 and are familiar with the MYDATA and their suppor

Mydata My100 or Siemens D1?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 25 00:56:38 EST 2010 | sparrow

Hello, Mydata p&p machines are built for high mixed and low/mid volume production, so if you talk about very low volume - no doubt, mydata is what you can use. You can consider 2 models for your application - MY100SX or MY100LX, depending on the min

Manncorp Pick and Place

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 05 03:48:56 EDT 2014 | spoiltforchoice

If you are considering MyData (a fine choice) I would also consider Europlacer. They are in many ways, machines designed for similar markets with slightly different approaches and advantages. I would suggest much of your experience with Manncorp woul

MyData Video Monitors

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 05 11:41:40 EST 2007 | pms

Rob, I feel your pain brother...... The problem is that the old Mydata system is considered a "slow scan" system. Can't just use any monitor. We had to go with a replacement monitor from a company called Vartech Systems Inc. (www.vartechsystems.com

Assembleon / Ipulse / Mydata... opinions?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 26 09:49:48 EDT 2008 | gabriella

Hi, all of them are good machines. The others talked more about ass and mydata. I-pulse is also a good machine. A friend of mine bought one 6 months and is happy with it. Just not sure about the model. Did you send them a board? You should do that

Using Stripfeeders on MyData Tray Wagons

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 27 13:33:59 EDT 2014 | rgduval

I agree with all other posters...strips on the Y-Wagon have always worked out, rather easily. Some people I've met consider it a benefit to having a MyData. However, I would add that MyData's handle strips in the feeders better than most other pick

Quad Machines? Good Points / Bad Points

Electronics Forum | Thu May 02 17:00:39 EDT 2002 | gregp

I don't have Quad machines but I would like to say that all Quad machines are not manufactured by Quad. IIC, IVC, QSP-2, APS-1, QSX, AVX are Quad. CP series are Samsung. Meridian series are Mirae. The reliability and ease of use of these models may v

BGA rework systems

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 22 13:12:07 EST 2002 | bcceng

Maxtim, the rework stations you mentioned are the lower end low cost units, all great machines. Now days you can get a real deal in the used market on the top of the line models offered in rework stations. There are three rework station that I consid

Re: Quad vrs. Mydata

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 19 13:06:35 EST 1998 | Robert Horowitz

Maybe you have not considered all your options at this point. My name is Robert Horowitz, I am the Sales Manager at Contact Systems and have had a lot of experience in comparing the Mydata machine and the Quad machine. Contact systems is the ONLY 100

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