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most demanding assemblies with >80
cm2/second inspection speed that does
electrolube—booth a4/271
not compromise measurement accuracy
XD7600NT100 offers the ease of use for
At Productronica 2009, Electrolube are
and repeatability. Building on CyberOp-
which Dage systems are universally rec-
launching a new product in the Safewash
tics’ reputation as the provider of solder
ognized making its superior functionality
range. Safewash Total is a specially formu-
paste inspection systems with industry-
readily available for the most demanding
lated blend of non-flammable solvents
leading volume accuracy, the SE500 and
x-ray inspection applications.
which form a micro-emulsion when mixed
larger board SE500X systems can inspect
www.dage-group.com
with water. Designed for cleaning printed
pad sizes down to 01005 component size
Data i/O—booth a2/329
circuit boards, it is ideal for the removal
(150 x 150 µm) while keeping up with ever-
Data I/O’s latest extension of the Flash-
of leaded, lead-free and no-clean flux
increasing line speeds. Both the SE500 and
CORE II architecture greatly improves
residues. The cleaner is also suitable for
the SE500X will be demonstrated during
the throughput rate for NAND devices by
the removal of pastes and adhesives from
the four day event. www.cyberoptics.com
significantly reducing programming and
screens, stencils, boards and accessories
verifying times, thus reducing production
as well as general degreasing applications.
costs and time to market. With Flash-
www.electrolube.com
CORE Boost, NAND program and verify
speeds are increased by as much as 300-
ersa—booth a4/177
400%, which cuts down on total produc-
ERSA returns to Productronica with their
tion costs in some cases as much as 3 or 4
latest innovations. The 2007 saw the
times, reducing labor expenses by tens of
introduction of the VERSAPRINT screen
thousands of dollars. www.data-io.com
printer with 100% integrated in-line, in-
process AOI. This year they’ll be featur-
DelO—booth a3/367
ing reflow, selective and wave soldering
Faster production processes and the as-
systems, rework and inspection equipment
sociated cost reductions are a competitive
and much more. www.ersa.com
factor for many manufacturers. DELO
Industrial Adhesives has developed and
europlacer—booth a2/439
patented a new adhesive system consist-
Europlacer brings its IINEO-2 SMT
ing of a new fast-curing adhesive and the
platform to IPC Midwest, along with the
Dage group—booth a2/361 special “heat pulse process.” The epoxy
IINEO-2’s new Wireless Stock Manage
Visitors to productronica 2009 can resins called mCD (modified polycarbamin
expect to see the recently announced acid derivates) newly developed by DELO
XD7600NT100 digital x-ray inspection are characterized by extremely fast curing at
system received with much acclaim by users temperatures below +90 °C and especially
and already the recipient of several key by high curing speeds. The new adhesives
industry awards. The new system provides are available as non-conductive adhesives
genuine x-ray feature recognition down to (NCA), anisotropic conductive adhesives
100 nm (0.1 microns) and comes equipped (ACA), isotropic conductive adhesives
with a high performance imaging system (ICA) and die attach adhesives, and vari-
offering oblique angle viewing of up to ous DELODUALBOND adhesives with
70 degrees in any position around a large combined light and heat curing.
407 x 458 mm inspection area without www.delo.de
compromising system magnification. The
42 – Global SMT & Packaging – October 2009 www.globalsmt.net
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