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Anyone with Shindenshi (Qualectron) AOI machine?

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 09 09:51:48 EST 2006 | stepheniii

I will probably be having a conference call with Qualectron about the Shindenshi AOI machine. I was wondering if anyone has any experience with this machine. Especially if the newer one is notably different than the ESV-304.

Anyone with Shindenshi (Qualectron) AOI machine?

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 10 21:48:34 EDT 2006 | Tony Bush

505 already replace 304. It is very good machine.

Anyone with Shindenshi (Qualectron) AOI machine?

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 12 08:00:51 EST 2006 | charls

Dear friend, at any cost donot consider ESv-304 m/c. m/c is totally fail to detect solder joints. Software part is aloso not strong.From which country you are & who is supporting to you.

Anyone with Shindenshi (Qualectron) AOI machine?

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 11 12:50:48 EDT 2006 | Frank R.

I work with this ESV-304 inline machine. We had a lot of problem with software (library) but now we know enough bugs to be able to create new parts without problem. Last week I went to a company that use a Yestech and for sure it's nothing compare to

Shindenshi Qualectron esv-304 AOI programming

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 26 14:47:04 EDT 2010 | bwolgemuth

I'd like to know if anyone else is using this system? If so, I'd like to know the .asc format required by the machine for importing CAD and/or board data. It asks for .asc files. Programming without any data has been extremely time-consuming. Any h

Anyone with Shindenshi (Qualectron) AOI machine?

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 13 15:03:49 EDT 2006 | stepheniii

When I started using our ESV-304 the CAD converter would crash if there was a part already in the library with an alias. With the two cameras we can only put parts from one camera in the library. And our current library would be totally useless with

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Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 05 08:30:55 EST 2003 | pjc

If your operation is hi-mix low-volume, consider taking a look at some of the bench-top units out there. They are lower cost but can give similar performance as higher cost in-line systems. Some of the bench-tops cannot do solder fillet inspections t

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Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 10 15:45:02 EST 2003 | Carl

If your operation is hi-mix low-volume, consider > taking a look at some of the bench-top units out > there. They are lower cost but can give similar > performance as higher cost in-line systems. Some > of the bench-tops cannot do solder fillet

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Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 26 07:18:13 EST 2005 | clampron

Good Morning TM, We have a table top AOI (actually several of them) We did a side by side evaluation when we first looked at it. We looked at Qualectron, NSpec and Mirtec (Samsung at the time). Some of the criteria that was important to us: *Librar

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