Printed Circuit Board Assembly & PCB Design SMT Electronics Assembly Manufacturing Forum

Printed Circuit Board Assembly & PCB Design Forum

SMT electronics assembly manufacturing forum.


Dynapert Sequencer- inserter

#31650

Dynapert Sequencer- inserter | 10 December, 2004

Sorry to bother you guys but I am way out of my leaque here. A tenant left me with a bunch of stuff including a Dynapert vcd-e/k2 inserter and a model b sequencer-- instead of the rent. They light up and move, but this stuff is not what we do. I can't find much about them. Do these machines have any value and to who? Or should I just scrap them and take a write off. Any thoughts or leads would be appreciated. tx

reply »

#31651

Dynapert Sequencer- inserter | 10 December, 2004

Martin What is the location of this equipment?

sales@northeastmachines.com

reply »

#31654

Dynapert Sequencer- inserter | 10 December, 2004

Dynaperts are good machines. If yours works, it should more than cover your costs.

Alternatives are: * There is a large number of used assembly equipment resellers out there. Some of them buy banners here on SMTnet. You can find lists of them by searching the SMTnet Archives. Look in the SMTnet "Industry Directory" [on the left of the screen, in the blue bar] * List your equipment for sale in the SMTnet "Equipment Mart" [on the left of the screen, in the blue bar] * List your equipment for sale on eBay or one of the other on-line auction house.

reply »

#31657

Dynapert Sequencer- inserter | 10 December, 2004

Dynapert VCD E/K2 is a very old machine, from the 1980's, runs on DEC PDP8 and its way obsolete. Worth scrap value.

reply »

#31663

Dynapert Sequencer- inserter | 10 December, 2004

The machines are in Auburn CA which is 30 miles from Sacramento on I-80. Zip is 95603

reply »

Reflow Oven