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
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 21 18:44:23 EST 2018 | ramsus
hello I chose to change the wet cleaning paper and dry paper with wet cleaning mode activation but I have a solvent leakage problem (solvent leak alarm) I detected a leak at the level of cleaner. can you get an idea about this problem and can help m
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 | Wed Sep 10 06:58:30 EDT 2003 | fpcb
these machines are controled by a panadac 783 which has memory for 8 programs. How you can control these machines by a computer ? There is ,as I have heard, a Panasonic program host. what can it do , Is this the solution ? Thanks John
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 25 11:39:00 EDT 2001 | pbarton
Hi All, We are having difficulty in obtaining a few feeders suitable for a Panasonic MV2V (medium) in the short timescales we require (i.e. we need them now) these feeder types are: 2 off 12x8, 2 off 16x8, and 2 off 8x4 These are all 'Q' type.
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 01 23:02:27 EST 2001 | Cosine Theta
You can easily get 99.8% for 0603 and 99.6% for 0402 out from a Panasonic MV2F, and these machines have no adaptive pick-up. To get 99.8% from HS-50 for 0603 or 0402 should be piece of cake. Anyway, is getting 99.8% pick-up = 6 sigma process?
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 07:08:38 EDT 2001 | pbarton
We are having difficulty in obtaining some feeders for Panasonic MV2V (medium) in the short timescales we require. The feeder types are as follows: 2 off 12x8, 2 off 16x8, and 2 off 8x4. All are 'Q' type. Is there anyone out there who has any spare
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