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panasonic mv2 and mpa3 secret screen passwords

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 19 01:36:55 EDT 2010 | jola

Been a while since I used those machines but I found a list on how it was on ours anyway: MV2-F,C: F8-F1-F7-SHIFT-M-V MPA-V: F8-F1-F7-SHIFT-M-P-SHIFT-A-SHIFT-V MPA-G1: F8-F4-F7-SHIFT-M-F7-P-F7-SHIFT-A-F7 Always start from the main "run" screen. Go

Pick and Place Nozzles

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 18 15:03:38 EDT 2008 | awegener

I'd like to get more information about pick and place nozzles. How can I learn more? ... What do the nozzles look like? Are there different shapes? Are custom nozzles sometimes used for custom parts or are the nozzles mostly standardized? What kind

Panasonic MV2C pick and place.

Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 18:19:38 EDT 2020 | ccouture

here is how to access the secret screen: MV2-F,C: F8-F1-F7-SHIFT-M-V found it after googleing it. Hope it helps.

Panasonic MV2C pick and place.

Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 19:54:00 EDT 2020 | ccouture

could you post a photo of the keypad of the MV2c? maybe that would jog my memory. I'm about to get off work, so I won't be able to answer before tomorrow.

Mydata Hydra and 0201 components

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 02 07:38:13 EDT 2005 | DannyJ

Hi Mike, I haven't tried the 0201s with a Hyrda, but after seeing 20 reviews of your message without a response, I'll try and share my experience with 0402s on a non-Hydra machine. The 0402s are slow, but I managed to get some speed by maxing out

Market share fo Panasonic, Fuji and Aseembleon

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 07 12:29:57 EST 2006 | fastek

It makes sense if you think about it. Siemens was a dead company ready to fold up their tents back in the 80's and early 90's. To their credit they stuck to their platform...got somewhat lucky and the market sort of came to them as the wave of users

Die placement with MPA-G3 pick and place

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 06 07:53:51 EDT 2002 | Jim M.

Has anyone had much luck Picking and Placing die with a Panasonic MPA-G3?What special setups or considerations are required? Currently we pick and place one die with our Universal GSM using only one nozzle. The nozzle must be painted white in order

Re: Pros and Cons of Panasonic MV series chipshooter ?????

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 15 19:23:18 EDT 1998 | Jimmy Strain

I am thinking of purchasing a Panasonic MV series chipshooter. If you own a Panasonic MV machine I would like to hear what you like and dislike about it. Is the service good? Are spare parts readily availiable? Does Panasonic support and follow up

Operative system for Reflow RF10A-M and PRU of SP10P-M

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 22 18:15:52 EDT 2003 | samaniegocesar

The Machines are Panasonic KME Create 1991, if you know some place to get the Operative systems I will apreciate the support. Regards..

Re: Pros and Cons of Panasonic MV series chipshooter ?????

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 23 12:18:58 EDT 1998 | Peter

I am thinking of purchasing a Panasonic MV series chipshooter. If you own a Panasonic MV machine I would like to hear what you like and dislike about it. Is the service good? Are spare parts readily availiable? Does Panasonic support and follow

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