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PCB assembly versus shared equipment
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Re: PCB assembly versus shared equipment

by SDMI on Thu May 21, 2015 2:16 am

I must be having trouble finding it, or may be too new to be allowed access to the feature yet.

I can pull up the user stats, but i don't see any "message" or "email" link or button.

Thanks!

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Re: PCB assembly versus shared equipment

by Funman1 on Thu May 21, 2015 5:49 pm

That must be an Admin only feature..
Users can not see that at all :(

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Re: PCB assembly versus shared equipment

by SDMI on Thu May 21, 2015 8:10 pm

Funman1, are you a member of the SparkFun Forum? Perhaps I could send you my info through the SparkFun boards private message board. My user ID on the SparkFun forum is sdmi
Hope to hear from you!

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Re: PCB assembly versus shared equipment

by alphatronique on Fri May 22, 2015 9:33 am

much simpler to simply put link to your company website ?
i assume you have company Qsp2 was not kind of machine that fit into home basement ;-)
ok i have myself 3 myData machine in my basement but was quite a exception lol

also you may still edit post later for remove it

call it public that you may do the job but then keep company secret look strange once look from the outside

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Re: PCB assembly versus shared equipment

by alexandru on Sun Jul 26, 2015 9:53 am

Guys, I am working to enable makers and electrical engineers to assembly their own products with our VisionBot - affordable Pick and Place machines. We are still in beta-testing but soon we will bring our machine to the makers world. VisionBot uses two digital microscopes to avoid any kind of electronic waste.

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VisionBot P&P machine will work directly with Gerber files thanks to your Gerber Editor Software.

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If you want to know what we designed VisionBot, you can view our hackaday.io project profile.

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