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Manual Pick and Place Manuals

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#67245

Manual Pick and Place Manuals | 13 September, 2012

I recently purchased two used manual pick and place rotary carousel machines. They did not come with any literature and I've searched Google, this forum, and a few others with no luck. Does anybody know where I could find the owners/operator manuals for the following machines?

Make DIMA Model SMFL2000

Make O.K. Industries Model SMT-8000

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

TIA

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#67246

Manual Pick and Place Manuals | 13 September, 2012

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#67266

Manual Pick and Place Manuals | 15 September, 2012

The first one I found on Google images. Just a strait search http://www.google.com.au/search?q=Model+SMT-8000&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a Third item down. I used to own a near identical model except tat it had a Festo abel on it. The machines operation is basically self explanatry and so doesn't really require a manual. Similar story with the second item. First image in Google.

regards sarason

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#67271

Manual Pick and Place Manuals | 16 September, 2012

I did not desire the manuals to learn how to operate the machines, rather I wanted to know technical data such as the proper PSI for the air supply lines.

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#67282

Manual Pick and Place Manuals | 18 September, 2012

Try this page for the updated machine

An FP-100

about 85 psi. for this model. The basic machines are near identical , just newer plastic moldings.

I think I ran mine off a car inner tube and a 12V tyre pump, originally. So that would have been about 30 PSI.

Since the lines are not long and the air volume is not large (it is not running a vacuum generator like on a big SMT machine, something small and low pressure will work.)

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