ACE Upgrades KISS-205 Selective Soldering Print E-mail
Monday, 14 January 2013 09:44

KISS-205 inline automated selective soldering now combines fluxing, preheating and soldering into simultaneous functions, reducing TAKT up to 50%. A PCB is fluxed and brought to preheat temperature, then sent to a second conveyor for soldering while concurrently applying flux and preheating the next PCB. Programmable features set all process parameters, including immersion depths, preheat dwells, travel distances and speeds, solder temperature and wave height. SMEMA-compatible. Offline programmable.

ACE Production Technologies, ace-protech.com

Last Updated on Monday, 14 January 2013 09:50
 

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