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Looking for ex field engineer for uic gsm1 and gsm2 machines

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 28 20:19:14 EDT 2011 | edwaterfall01

Ex UIC FE (15 years) available for service work on all GSMs. If interested we can arrange to discuss further.

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 14 13:18:37 EST 2006 | mrduckmann2000

Let's think about this, there former filed service engineers. I bet they got out of field becasue of being laid-off. Typically the NON-Performers are the first to go. Hint hint.....former field engineers! Quad 4C's when they were new to the marke

Pick and placement forces

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 24 06:24:52 EST 2004 | Joe

Hi, I am an Engineering student doing some research on the component/nozzle interface on SMT Pick and Place machines. Could anyone tell me the force at which the nozzle hits the component as it is picked from the feeder or the placement force on a

Manncorp Pick and Place

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 06 11:16:20 EDT 2014 | clayton

While I have had very limited experience with mancorp, the experience I have had, has been less than satisfactory. However I do have a great deal of experience with Essemtec. I currently own two complete turnkey smt lines from Essemtec and couldn't

Mydata Pick and place

Electronics Forum | Wed May 09 12:07:52 EDT 2001 | caldon

My personal favorite is the Siemens F series and the UIC GSM platform. Both Siemens and UIC have awesome resources for csp, flipchip and baredie processing - Siemens= Dan Baldwin from GaTech; UIC = George Westby from UIC labs. My second choice would

Re: Intelliplace and Europlacer

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 03 11:01:03 EST 1998 | Walter Cole

Hi Scott, I am a regional manager for Multitroniks and would be glad to assist you with additional information on the systems you are asking about. Both of these machines can be demonstrated for you any time at our factory in Warren, NJ. Below I'l

mirae pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 11 16:11:32 EDT 2003 | stefwitt

The question new or used was discussed several times. If you start fresh and have no experience with one or the other machine vendor, I would get a new machine, whose supplier has a service tech in driving distance. If you select the used machine pa

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 04 12:17:32 EDT 2004 | dgjjr

Assembleon has/had a service engineer based in Portland. I haven't worked for them for about 3 years so I can't verify if he is still there. They also have a few guys based in Northern Cal.

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 12 10:24:22 EDT 2004 | sdsmt

i worked with cp6s in 1995 and 1996. we always had missing part problems that was machine related. we had to inspect every board for missing parts. it was a disaster, imho, but i expect a chipshooter to consistently load chips. otherwise, it was

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 03 20:15:23 EDT 2004 | Ken

My Machine guy was a 4 year ex-quad Service Engineer. Prior to that he spent 6 years in a CM programming and servicing quads from QX toQ3c/4c q100 series. These are opinions. Nothing more. I have noticed that the smallest players in the market

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