Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 21 10:42:13 EDT 2006 | lfaustini
With out a doubt! --Lou
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 22 09:49:43 EDT 2006 | lfaustini
I will try it.. Thanks for the info..
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 21 09:26:39 EDT 2006 | Rob
Hi Lou, Although I admire and applaud your application and achievement, I can't help but think that perhaps you should get out more. Rob.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 22 09:32:13 EDT 2006 | Loco
Dont know if this might help, but berotek http://www.berotek.de still stocks spares and for feeders you could try adopt http://www.adoptsmt.com I have no affiliations with the above mentioned companies. btw: :o
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 21 09:19:35 EDT 2006 | lfaustini
Hello, I recently purchased a used (obviously!) Siemens ms72a pick and place machine. This is an old unit, that was "run" by an old HP9000 computer, over IEEE488 bus. Also, the machine came with no (zero!) documentation ! (not one book!) Hav
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 29 14:49:02 EST 2004 | stefwitt
Most of the Siplace users import their data over the Ethernet. In order to do that as well, you will require a physical LAN connection and than a software capable of talking from Windows to Unix like Samba. http://www.samba.com Once you can access th
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 08 07:26:22 EDT 2010 | walkbury
Yes... I can generally get away with it for all but the low profile stuff such as tssop packages. The plastic tubes are so shallow anyway that once you've used a scalpel to create a pick up window, you've virtually got no side-wall left. Anything b