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PM 460 problems and solutions

Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 24 11:20:57 EDT 2004 | sagan

Hello everyone. The company i work for owns a PM570L and a PM460. The PM460 recently came from service repairs and it has a problem that me and the technicians at Zevatech AG are trying to solve but i would like to hear from anyone with experience o

PM 460 problems and solutions

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 27 07:20:42 EDT 2004 | sagan

Thanks for the tip, Frank. I'll try that!

PM 460 problems and solutions

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 26 19:53:38 EDT 2004 | Frank

That PM460 is quite old. It would be not be the least bit surprising if either of those controller boards in the PC were not functioning. They are what 15+ years old? I would contact the US service dept. 919-460-0111, and ask to speak with Rick.

low volume /semi-automatic solutions

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 17 13:12:57 EDT 2003 | Jipp

We designed small PCBs (typically 2"x5")for our some of our products for quite some time now. We did not use PCB extensively and just hand-produced everything but... We now use them more and more and they got more sophisticated. we're heading for 20

low volume /semi-automatic solutions

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 17 15:51:42 EDT 2003 | equipres

Jipp, we sell used equipment for PCBA. I could most likely steer you in the right direction if I knew a little bit more about your product. Feel free to e-mail sales@equipmentresource.com or give me a call at 303-287-9333. Ken Fry Equipment Resource

low volume /semi-automatic solutions

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 18 06:41:34 EDT 2003 | emeto

Hi Jipp, If we are talking about 200-500 boards per month the main question is"Is it reasonable to go for semi-automatic production?". You will nead at least 1.Manual stencil printer 2.P&P machine 3.Infrared dryer or reflow oven Most expensive par

low volume /semi-automatic solutions

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 19 10:02:48 EDT 2003 | caldon

Russ- You are correct!! Manncorp is not an OEM, but they do have exclusive North American rights to certain Product lines. OEP is better named Original Equipment Provider. I do disagree with you though on the service issue. Siemens Has a problem th

low volume /semi-automatic solutions

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 17 16:10:01 EDT 2003 | russ

First, what would you define as semi-automatic? For SMT production you might need a screen printer (these can be anything from full manual to full auto. The low end printers manual require each board to be aligned with a piece of mylar prior to p

Bar Coding - auto print and apply solutions

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 07 12:25:49 EST 2007 | Pete

Looking for a reliable solution to printing and applying bar codes to pc boards for manufacturing processing and traceability

Bar Coding - auto print and apply solutions

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 08 02:04:50 EST 2007 | AR

I agree with John S., laser is definitely the way to go. More flexible and maintenance-free than applying printed labels. John S., are you using Yag or CO2? rgds AR

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