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mydata tp9 vs philips topaz

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 19 13:27:21 EST 2007 | etienne

People not knowing how to use them...surely not my case........I have worked for more than 7 years with a Topaz and always performed the maintenance and repairs on my own without the assistance of field service engineers!!! Please respect cause I kno

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

Mydata vs Siplace

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 24 02:07:27 EDT 2001 | joe

It's not so much of a change but a new investment. We have Siplace lines now, and very pleased with the performance. The reason for looking at the Mydata is to remove all the small stuff from the faster lines and reduce changeover times. The idea is

Rating SMT Machines

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 21 17:36:44 EDT 2002 | rubenh

Hi I have work with different brands Fuji, my data, quad, Panasonic. In my experience as a programmer/operator/maintenance (trouble shooting). After working with OEM and CM. I still like Fuji over the other brands Customer support: Fuji


Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 23 18:17:31 EST 2007 | SMT

Always base your decision based on the need, rather than mearly comparing the specificaiton. The specifications are only indicator and not true performance for a specific application. Mydata and their agilis are good for high mix medium volume produc

MyData Placement Accuracy

Electronics Forum | Wed May 17 14:03:26 EDT 2006 | smt_guru

I have performed research on the latest P&P equipment, and Mydata Company is among the best in terms of placement accuracy to within +/- 5 microns to be exact, and at 20,000 CPH rate outperforming players such as Fuji, Universal, and Panasonic. I wil

FUJI Line vs MY15 line

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 06 16:09:03 EDT 2005 | avalancher

Grant, As a MYDATA user, your comments worry me. You state that the MDYATA's are not stable or reliable? I am currently placing 0201's with the HYDRA head (at appx 15K/hr) with 0.01% fallout/bad placement. I also place a large range of fine p

MYDATA MY9 Machine

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 16 00:10:46 EDT 2022 | SMTA-64387687

Yes, your TM magazines will work. However, you will lose some performance.

Machine good/bad points

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 22 18:35:05 EST 2002 | cnoonan

It depends on your application. Are you going for high volume low mix, or low mix high volume? What is your expense budget? What are your factory space requirements? I have worked with Fuji, Siemens, Universal, Panasonic, and Mydata. My pref

Programming Mydata

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 09 14:51:53 EST 2009 | jlawson

vPlan from Valor also is strong with Mydata, from general validated, scubbed, centroid corrected, rotation corrected outputs (same sort of times as mentioned with Aegis users to full optimistation part data generation on demand....(Aegis can not offe

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