Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 12 09:19:06 EST 2005 | Scott B
If you go into 'Magazine' menu and select 'Hydra preparation' then select the layout you wish to optimise (thats the stinger, you can only optimise for a single layout). You will then be presented with optimisation options which can be adjusted ('sa
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 17 01:36:18 EST 2014 | leeg
I have figured it out from a basic optimising point of view, still struggling with some aspects of the software. Is there a way of fixing the setup as it is so we can just produce a setup sheet to reflect the program in the machine?
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 13 10:44:37 EST 2007 | slthomas
Since no one has responded I'll give you what little I know. My last place of employment used MSH-IIs and an MPAV-2B. As far as I know there is no optimisation capability at the machine like there is with your Topaz. The programmer used Panasonic
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 21 16:17:42 EST 1999 | Paul Isaacs
Does anyone know of effective pick and placement optimisation tools for the Yamaha YM84 (Phillips CSM84). We are small manufacturers that have 2 YM84 machines, 1 being a triple pick machine for placing jelly beans and the other for placing IC's. We a
Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 16 16:49:32 EST 2014 | garym4569
Have you figured how to use the cluster option?
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 22 03:48:28 EST 2016 | hait
We are using Juki Fx2. Is the cluster programming is possible?
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 19 20:58:45 EDT 2007 | Steve
I have a project I would like to consider a Juki machine for. I am trying to find out if a Juki 2000 series machine can pick up parts from 12mm and 16mm simultaneously with all heads for good optimisation performance? IE are the heads spacing the sam
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 29 16:11:59 EST 2014 | leeg
Anyone have any idea how to use the HLC software and in particular the Production Planning side whereby you can cluster a number of sides or Jobs? I want to fix side 1 of a program and optimise side 2 around side 1 fixing common parts and then fillin