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obective comparison between siplace and fuji pick and place equipment

Rick I.

#13876

obective comparison between siplace and fuji pick and place equipment | 10 October, 1998

we currently have a siplace line(80s/f) and are inhereting a fuji line from another site. I need an objective comparison between the two. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the fuji with regard to programming, operating and maintenance. any caveats will be appreciated.

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Al Carrillo

#13877

Re: obective comparison between siplace and fuji pick and place equipment | 10 October, 1998

| we currently have a siplace line(80s/f) and are inhereting a fuji line from another site. I need an objective comparison between the two. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the fuji with regard to programming, operating and maintenance. any caveats will be appreciated. | Hi Rick, I have in plant a fuji cp 6 and a siplace 80s20, is easier to programming the 80s20 y better in acurancy specially when you have a big components and the pcb is crowd, The optimizacion is better than Fuji.

The Fuji is easy to program but not as Siemens

Mechanically I have not ever had any big problem neither with fuji nor siemens.

good luck

Al C.

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phillip hunter

#13878

Re: obective comparison between siplace and fuji pick and place equipment | 10 October, 1998

| we currently have a siplace line(80s/f) and are inhereting a fuji line from another site. I need an objective comparison between the two. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the fuji with regard to programming, operating and maintenance. any caveats will be appreciated. |

Can you be more specific on the Fuji equipment? In order to answer your question it might help to know the model numbers.

I can tell you with regards to the CP4.3 series (I have 3) that maintenance and opeation is a breeze. My down time for electrical or mechanical failure is less than 1 % (over their operating life time in my factory)! The fuji software F4G is a little clutteed but it was written to encompass all types of Fuji machines. Once you get a handle of it, it too is a breeze. Overall, for a chip shooter, it's a dynamo!

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Jim McCarten

#13879

Which Fuji Machines? | 12 October, 1998

Jim McCarten

#13880

Re: obective comparison between siplace and fuji pick and place equipment | 12 October, 1998

Which Fuji Machines?

| we currently have a siplace line(80s/f) and are inhereting a fuji line from another site. I need an objective comparison between the two. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the fuji with regard to programming, operating and maintenance. any caveats will be appreciated. |

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