Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 02 02:29:16 EST 2019 | bane016
Problem solved. Burned electronic on cart.
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 02 20:05:04 EST 2019 | cbeneat
Glad to hear
Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 24 12:44:10 EST 2019 | bane016
I have problem with feeder cart.I have no voltage on any of the 17 feeder connectors, and when i insert the cart in the machine i get the message that the cart is not connected. I have a voltage to one separate connector normally.
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 25 20:52:47 EST 2019 | cbeneat
Are the arms pulling the cart all the way in? Possible part blocking the limit switch. does the cord have power? If I remember correctly, we once had to adjust the mechanical stops on one of ours so it would make the switch.
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 19 01:40:21 EDT 2006 | shrikant_borkar
Hello all We are thinking of buying a cm402 > machine just wondering if other people who > have panasonic machines are happy with there > service. any info on cm402 machine would be > helpful. Thanks HI We are Now about
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 19 09:39:41 EDT 2006 | wrongway
Hello all cm212 machine the max pcb size is 15.75 x 10 inches we have larger boards then that that was why we were looking at the cm402 model. as far as the feeders go we would be buying new feeders 8mm-56mm. I was also glad to here from someone th
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 04 00:03:28 EDT 2018 | gaintstar
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Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 15 16:37:26 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon
| 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
Electronics Forum | Fri May 16 12:14:04 EDT 2003 | pjc
The UIC HSP (Sanyo), like Panasonic MV MS and Fuji CP, are random access turret type chip-shooters. Having a split carriage, typically 2x 60, 2x 70 or 2x 80 input carriage tables, allows for faster changeovers provided you have enough positions on ea
Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 03 18:45:19 EDT 1999 | Scott Cook
| John, | | You said a bunch. My biggest problem running Fuji, Panasonic, or Sanyo high speed stuff is that they are meant to run free. They are meant, in my mind, to run as thoroughbreds. | | I watch 6" reels placed on feeders, placed on the carts