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universal gsm 2 (ship shooter)

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 02 17:35:03 EST 2017 | dilogic

You can register your machine with Universal Instruments for very reasonable fee (I paid ~500$) and get access to their web-based support. Well worth the money. Also, you will be able to order spares, which you will certainly need...

PTF, how to feeder teach universal instruments

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 05 09:14:14 EST 2022 | peterm

Invoke. The PTF Setup Procedure dialog box displays. 4. Select Product. The Select Product File dialog box displays. 5. Select the same product used in the Open PTF Teach Product section above. 6. Enter the Slot number for the PTF and select Full

Universal instruments registration

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 18 23:15:26 EDT 2002 | fastek

If Universal for example decides they want to implement a registration fee to pursade customers from buying used then why have they dropped their shorts from $20,000 to register a GSM in 2000 to $2,000 recently? Guess they were tired of losing custom

Universal instruments registration "UIC IS EXAMPLE ONLY"

Electronics Forum | Sun Apr 14 00:04:50 EDT 2002 | lysik

Just to let all the folks no. If you register (and pay the fee) a machine with any (OEM) company in the USA You have the same rights as a new user. Companies like UIC, Gen Rad, Agilent, etc came up with these fees to discourage buying used equipment.

Universal GSM 2

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 20 10:08:42 EDT 2014 | rgduval

Had someone in from the broker that we bought this machine from, and he did some poking around. We've learned some things, but, unfortunately, are still no closer to getting the machine running :( We discovered (based on double checking other machi

Re: Universal GSM/Response No. 2

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 02 07:26:50 EDT 1998 | smd

I didn't use my real name because I don't want to get bombed with phone calls and emails. We are an OEM looking to put in a SMT line soon. Is this GSM a decent machine? How much does it cost? | | Also and info on decent screen printers and reflo

Universal GSM

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 03 10:52:32 EDT 2014 | rgduval

Thanks for the suggestion, Arifa. However, it doesn't look like any of these are for the Universal Instruments GSM2 pick and place machine. The Keller-Druck link is for a GPRS Modem with a datalogger. The Sparkfun and Cybrotech sites seem to be

OS/2 Warp GSM not playing nice with the network

Electronics Forum | Mon May 18 13:37:44 EDT 2009 | thenrz

Hello, Has anyone had luck with getting a GSM 1 machine talking on a windows network? We are looking to do backups every so often. We purchased a 10base-2 to 10base-T converter and it talks to the rj-45 Windows end, but there is no communication

Re: Info on Universal Instruments?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 08 20:02:24 EDT 2000 | Dreamsniper

We have GSM1 model 1995. It's very stable. About their chip shooters, Robert Bosch here in Australia just bought 2 more chip shooters from Universal Instruments. And they already have 8 of those. Looks like it's quite okay. I just read that news abt

Universal GSM Progarmming and Operation

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 05 10:43:29 EST 2007 | MGC

Universal Instruments provides certified on-site training. You may contact your local UIC Sales or Service team or one of these numbers: http://www3.uic.com/wcms/WCMS2.nsf/index/Contact_Us_94.html

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