Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 24 14:56:15 EST 2011 | jameskelch
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 24 14:52:29 EST 2011 | davef
The above link appear to be broken. Try this: exporttexas.com/northtexas/doc/Sample%20TCP.doc
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 01 08:35:26 EDT 2014 | mun4o
Thanks. I am from Bulgaria.I am litlle worried that YS24 and YS12 are old models.If I am not mistaken YS24 = MC24 (ASSEMBLEON).But assembleon mc24 no longer produced?
Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 03 14:39:32 EDT 2011 | christian01976
Hello. We use an Assembléon MC24 (similar to the Yamaha YS24, the fast version of the YS12) and I can say it is a really good machine. Low maintenance and a good userfriendly software. We run our MC24 with 35.000 cph. And the machine is really small.
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 01 13:46:11 EDT 2014 | max83
Yes, MC-24 and YS-24 are same platform, because Assembleone was selling Yamaha`s machines under name Assembleone till 2012 in the EU, Assembleone was distributor Yamaha in the Europe. Now Assembleon and Yamaha different machines. YS machines not so
Electronics Forum | Wed May 24 19:20:55 EDT 2000 | Jerry
Are QP242E and MPIII feeders compatible? Or is there a way to make them compatible by modification?
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 24 10:05:59 EDT 2002 | Yannick
I don't know the name of the flux. but is a no-clean solder paste.
Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 17 02:24:10 EDT 2004 | D. Sanders
What are the lengths/depth/height of these two machines? They will be used in-line with conveyors. Thanks, Doug
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 21 15:24:29 EST 2007 | wavemasterlarry
I saw that software used by our guys. Takes an Army of guys to run it, not worthit to me.
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 24 12:25:32 EDT 2007 | grics
What about when using noclean and alcohol based fluxes? Could humidity still cause issues?