Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 09 18:40:43 EDT 2006 | darby
Seeing you are already using Quad; I'd look at a Samsung CP-45V. I believe your feeders will be compatible but please cheeck to make sure! These are a six head, on the fly machine that will do just about anything you want apart from gripper applicat
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 10 15:14:43 EDT 2006 | mfoster
Hi Phil, Most parts are still available for the Quad/Samsung QSA-30, through Dynatech (in North America). It is actually a single gantry, 3 spindle machine with rated speed of 14,000 cph. As with any used machine, it could be a great deal or a not
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 09 07:50:22 EDT 2006 | quad
We currently run two Quad IVC's (we are very pleased with them) and two Versatronics for simple small volume batch work. We now need an additional machine capable of placing components at least three times as quickly as a IVC. We don't do anything ve
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 09 13:36:30 EDT 2006 | ppminc
Phil, The QSA-30 was built by Sam Sung, Sold by Quad. Single Head 2 Nozzles around 11K CPH Quad does not support the machine but I believe you can get parts direct from Sam Sung. I am not sure if they have a registration fee. The QSA used Quad made
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 31 20:49:11 EST 2004 | marcowong
We are trying to buy used double wave solder and ICT machine and we need some advice on selecting the machine and things to be cautious with. It will be greatly appreciated if someone can offer us good suggestions that will help us to minimise mist
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 31 21:02:53 EST 2004 | darburch
If you find your self interested in an electrovert machine we have a UP600 for sale, a good machine if you have experience with electrovert. As for a buying guide I'm not sure if there is a reliable source who has compared the different models.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 31 21:27:00 EST 2004 | marcowong
Dear Darren, Please provide more information of your machine, selling price and where it is at the moment. If it is not in Penang malaysia, please also let us know the transportation cost too. Thank you.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 01 08:44:58 EST 2004 | pjc
Be smart, be skeptical and be educated on the machines you are looking at. If you are going to do business with someone you don�t know, check them out. Ask others in your region and get at least ten customer references from them.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 02 02:37:43 EST 2004 | darburch
We are asking $10,500us for this machine, as for shipping I will see what I can come up with as we are in Canada. This is a dual wave machine with foam fluxer. It has not run in 3 years but when we had it in production results were favorable and cons
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 09 14:10:24 EDT 2001 | cal
I am confused. You are using pressure sensitive tape. the pessure sensitive tape i have seen does not use cover tape.The pressure sensitive tape I am familiar with is called "Surftape" could you provide some more clarification?? Surftape is more co