Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 19 04:16:29 EST 2007 | Rob
Hi Steve, Depends where you are in the world too - if in the UK I would go for the Topaz - easier to program & use than the GSM2, if not as good a machine. However there's a lot of 3rd party Quad support if you're in the states.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 22 09:55:24 EST 2007 | slthomas
Trust me Peter, I've put my time in with the EM! I'll be a happy camper when they'll set up the search to include/exclude by location. It's less a matter of knowing what's out there and more about knowing what will suit all of our needs best.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 10 14:27:07 EST 2005 | cyber_wolf
First of all, whom are you getting it from ? Mydata, or a used equipment broker. If you can tell me what machine type you are looking at, then I can tell you what to look for. (MY-series, or TP series) Most important things right off the bat: *Machi
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 18 12:37:21 EST 2007 | slthomas
At this point I'm comfortable with my suppliers, although we will definitely look at the machines running and verify they'll build our products to our satisfaction. All three machines meet or exceed our requirements for component range, speed, accu