Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 16 15:23:04 EST 2005 | Csabee
I think the Samsung SM320 is quite good machine..But I suggest that must assembly feeder cover to the feeder trolleys, because without that the tape feeders are not safe for the heads. Feeders should broke the head. chip components wrong light sett
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 10 05:23:45 EDT 2006 | Loco
spam master larry?
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 25 23:29:45 EDT 2006 | T-Bone
Must be Larry "White Boy" in Chi Town.
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 22 09:49:16 EDT 2007 | Manyhatz
You shouldn't have any problem with the SM320 doing what you're asking above. In fact I think it will do it quite better. We have a two machine TP-11 Hydra line and a two machine SM320 line and I can tell you one SM320 can get the job done better.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 06 10:03:42 EDT 2018 | reckless
Samsung charges $5,000/year to keep a machine under warranty. I thought that was too high. The SM320/SM482 are on my wish list but annual maintenance contract & support are pushing me off. Definetly heeding your advice for dust free enviornment.
Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 17 02:37:21 EST 2005 | manyhats
Hi, it seems like you have some experience with the SM320... How do you feel about the reliability, and consistency of it? does it generate alot of error on a run? and what do you mean about feeders breaking the head? Also you're telling me that this
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 17 07:58:31 EST 2018 | lokiz
Greetings, I have been told that auto rail width with the Samsung SM320 is a purchased option opposed to a standard feature. What I would like to know is what all comes in the auto rail width kit. It looks to me like the wire harness where the rai
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 20 20:48:54 EDT 2005 | darby
Mike, I was wondering why you are comparing a 6 head machine (Samsung) to a 3 head machine (i-Pulse). I sort of thought you would look at the M2 to compare to the SM320. Just curious. Darby.
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 14 11:59:27 EST 2006 | Mike
Hello, we run the machine since january and produced severalthousand boards. We are really happy. The machine is easy to use and runs very reliable. Support is also excellent. Best Regards Erik
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 07 19:05:49 EST 2007 | JD
Anymore comments on the Assembleon. I am in the midst of this same decision now. Throw in the Juki 2060 and we have a ballgame...