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T tech vs LPKF

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 01 04:16:31 EDT 2006 | sant

Hi In my previous organistaion I had worked with LPKF m/c model C60 and have seen the T-tech m/c working also. I'll give the weightage to LPKF because of its performance. For your application I feel 100Krpm spindle will be more suitable. Support/serv

T tech vs LPKF

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 11 15:06:40 EDT 2006 | Echo

I had an LPKF and nothing was as good as advertised so I contacted T-Tech and never been happier. I have the 100K motor and it works great, even the software was simple.

T tech vs LPKF

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 10 18:17:13 EDT 2006 | Dave from Ohio

We currently use both machines side by side in our lab now and LPKF is by far the better machine. Both are comparable systems to each other but the T-Tech machine always seems to have problems of some sort and their tech support department isn�t ve

T tech vs LPKF

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 31 18:19:27 EDT 2006 | dmascare

I am currently contemplating the purchase of a pcb prototyping machine. The machine will be used to prototype some patch antennas, microwave circuits, embedded systems, boards for various surface mount chips evaluations, possibly milling PZT materia

T tech vs LPKF

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 01 07:51:14 EDT 2006 | Loco

Just out of curiosity, what do machines like that cost?

T tech vs LPKF

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 01 10:12:06 EDT 2006 | dmascare

I forgot to mention, for the 60K rpm spindle with 13" X 19" work area I am in about the $21K to $24K price range. The 6K price differential is due to t-tech offering a 15% percent educational discount. LPKF would only give me at most a 3% GSA disco

T tech vs LPKF

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 12 16:27:20 EDT 2006 | EK

I'm in the market, also, but vasilating over cost vs performance. I've also used both. In general, the LPKFs have more bells and wistles. On the LPKF S62, I love the tool magazine, and vacuum table. And, the fiducial recognition camera is great o

T tech vs LPKF

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 01 10:08:08 EDT 2006 | dmascare

The machines I have been looking at range from about $13K to about as high as $30K. These numbers reflect a complete system with all the various sound enclosures, vacuum systems, starter kits etc. Right now I am looking at 60K rpm spindle machines

SPEA 4040 service tech needed

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 07 15:44:47 EST 2012 | esolano

I am looking for a flying probe specialist who is familiar with the SPEA 4040 platform in the San Diego area (technicians from other areas will be considered too). I'm looking to have a health evaulation and some trouble-shooting done on a SPEA 4040.

Line tech in need of help

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 09 10:58:00 EST 2001 | davef

Wait, wait, wait ... I'm not completely sure what a line tech does, but I was his / her boss, I would not be happy if the first thing my new line tech [or any other employee] did was to suggest that I go out and spend BIG $$$ [especially before he /

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