Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 11 15:56:43 EDT 2002 | mjabure
Actually F4G is a programming environment similar to panatools, not a machine, it stands for "Fuji 4th Generation". The connection being questioned is to the communication network, and yes with the proper hardware you should be able to connect more t
Electronics Forum | Tue May 03 07:54:40 EDT 2005 | scotceltic
Does anyone have any contact info. for affordable custom tube feeder setup for a FUJI QP3 Machine ?? I have already tried Component Express. Although their application would work it is just too big for us.
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 26 14:22:42 EST 2007 | scotceltic
If it is anything like my Flexa then you would have to purchase the IP2 module license in order to communicate with the machine from flexa. I have had to purchase separate licenses for my different pieces of equipment. CP6, NXT, QP3, CP7
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 13 15:35:14 EST 2007 | mulder0990
Our plant does not use an automated process, but I have done some research to the LPF Label Feeder by hover davis. It is for the Fuji IP, QP2, QP3, XP. Hope that will point you in some direction or get this thread started.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 24 13:27:13 EDT 2003 | mark_m
I am looking for price quotes on some cheap low profile stick feeder for our QP3. They are not US Vibra feeders and I cant seem to find a proper part number for these. They are the FUJI stick feeders anyone care to help with a number or a nice place
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 07 05:18:08 EST 2008 | muarty
If there is a budget available, rather than looking at a Fuji CP7. Being issued with small strips of components would prove to be a nightmare with this style of placement machine. I would try to consider the Fuji AIM machine for use as the chipshoote