Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 14 22:04:09 EST 2019 | liangshimoli
dear all, sorry for interupt, but i need a big amount of UIC feeder, who have source please contact me or introduce me. my email: firstname.lastname@example.org Hope to see your voice. thank you!
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 18 08:38:46 EST 2019 | davef
Go to the SMTnet "Used SMT Equipment" page [ https://smtnet.com/mart/index.cfm?fuseaction=rfq ] and submit an RFQ
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 24 21:48:22 EST 2006 | bigdaddysoy9
Universal has GSM feeder manuals in .PDF format on their website. http://www.uic.com/ You have to register to view them.
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 27 12:19:43 EDT 2008 | evtimov
Hello all, can anyone tell me where I can buy front connectors for UIC feeders? Or at least the probe pins. From Universal connectors cost a small fortune. Emil
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 20 17:47:52 EST 2007 | gregcr
Hi All does anyone know the size of the o-ring on the front coupling on the GSM feeders? I know I can get them from UIC, but maybe there is a size I can buy in bulk to maintain my feeders. thanks
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 27 15:17:16 EDT 2008 | dwelch123
I assume your talking about GSM feeders, and your right, they do cost a small fortune. You would be better off trying to buy used feeders,,at this point they are everywhere and pretty cheap.
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 28 13:07:09 EDT 2008 | evtimov
Yes dwelch, mostly GSM feeder, some Advantis feeders have same connector indeed. There has to be another opportunity. Somebody is doing that for them anyway.
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 09 17:57:16 EST 2005 | mika
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Electronics Forum | Fri May 30 17:41:40 EDT 2003 | davef
Some say that Hover-Davis [www.hoverdavis.com] builds feeders for UIC.
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 28 09:44:11 EDT 2005 | PWH
I'm considering buying a UIC Advantis P&P machine. I'm worried about the huge, additional cost of new feeders. We've been running GSM's for years so we have tons of GSM vibe bases, tracks and feeders. UIC tells me that old pneumatic GSM feeders ca