Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 30 07:32:43 EDT 2002 | bpan
I currently use the Slim Kic 2000 and really like its results. Just would like to say that I recommend the product. It works well and the software is user friendly.Profiles can be achieved quickly with great results.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 01 06:52:12 EDT 2006 | geb
I'm based in the UK and need a new thermally protective case for my SlimKIC. We are running lead-free now and I'm concerned about the extra heat damaging my SlimKIC. I've been quoted �525 for a stainless steel Lead-free compatible case (KIC-1001), wh
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 30 18:26:38 EDT 2002 | burb1999
MYDATA MY12 for the pick and place
Electronics Forum | Fri May 15 18:02:25 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon
| I would like to hear any feed back concerning the Slim-Kic prophet system. | Does it deliver what is promised? | From what I can tell from the demo its a great idea. | Please let me know what you think | Mike Mike, Again, the thing works when enoug
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 29 17:03:03 EDT 2002 | burb1999
Just setting up a new SMT line and have questions on which profiling product to use. So far the two in consideration are Super M.O.L.E. Gold and Slim KIC 2000... Please share any thoughts, experiences you have had with either and your opinion....
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 30 14:07:01 EDT 2002 | cnoonan
Slim KIC would be my choice out of these two vendors. I have worked with several different makes and models and I would say DataPaq was my favorite. But it all depends on your needs and budget. They can all get the job done. Good luck with your
Electronics Forum | Tue May 17 13:10:50 EDT 2016 | rx8pilot
Thank you Bobpan - I tried that sequence but instead of LED's flashing - they were solid and it remains in 4mm mode. After looking closer at the feeders, it appears there are 'SlimPRO' and 'ThinPRO' versions. The ThinPRO version is what PPM manufactu