Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 16 17:30:04 EDT 2000 | Eutectic state
Go with Universal. We had Fuji equipment for years. That is all but phased out now and we only are buying Universal. You cannot beat their service. The chip shooters are great. The only cons that I have dealt with is the learning curve on the n
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 01 09:46:12 EDT 1998 | J Coogan
Mike FYI SANYO chipshooters are sold/serviced worldwide through two sources; Nissei Sangyo Trading Co. (which is a division of Hitachi), and Universal Instruments Corp (http//www.uic.com). Contrary to popular belief, SANYO High-Technology Co., Ltd.
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 12 15:35:46 EDT 2000 | Christopher Lysik
Universal Instruments sells the Sanyo chip shooter as the 4791 and 4796 chip shooter. If you go to www.uic.com you can get all sorts of info Universal is located in Binghamton N.Y. Universal has a office in the Chez Republic. They may also be able to
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 17 14:47:24 EST 1998 | Dave F
| What is the CPH for Universal/Sanyo chip shooter? Spec. needed only. Thanks | Mike: Universal�s High Speed Placement (HSP) machines are booked at: 4791 - 30k cph 4796 - 36k cph
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 17 12:47:23 EST 1998 | Mike
What is the CPH for Universal/Sanyo chip shooter? Spec. needed only. Thanks
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
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 28 12:04:07 EDT 2011 | esoderberg
I would agree up until 2005 - 2006. Universal did not have a good SMT solution. Their GSM's were limited and combined with the sanyo chip shooter - software was a nightmare. What years did you have universal?
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 08 18:51:05 EDT 2000 | JAX
I haven't tried their chip shooters but I haven't found anything(SMT) that couldn't be placed by a GSM. They are very user friendly and come with good support. If you need specific answers to questions, feel free to ask.
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 30 02:57:56 EDT 2019 | reckless
In search of my ultimate chip shooter I need a machine faster than 2 universal instruments lightning heads. I am aware Fuji has a turret head and Yamaha. Are they as reliable/fast as the lightning head? Who else makes turret heads?
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 11 08:23:50 EDT 2003 | rmurtuza
I am running A Universal Chip shooter 4792 HSP machine. I would like to know the optimum speeds this machines can be run at. I am currently running the machine at a tact time of 18S-14S depending on the types of components and the complexity of the b