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July, 2020


Elk Grove Village, IL — Janome In- dustrial Equipment USA is back in the office to support customers’ au- tomation needs. The company will maintain timely order fulfillment of in-stock products, under the suggest- ed CDC guidelines as they apply. Its warehouse remains open to receive new product shipments to keep es- sential operations in motion. Janome’s JP5 series servo press


enables users to collect data and re- alize results quickly. Simply add parts and a fixture to begin configu- ration. A repeatability of 0.0002 in. (±0.005 mm) ensures materials are mated with precision. Utilize the judgment window functions within the press to trigger an alarm if things do not meet expectations. See the resulting force-over-distance curve displayed on the front of the press.


The company’s JC-3 Cartesian


series offers the option of a three- or four-axis robot. Utilizing this model will allow customers to work over conveyed, large and oddly shaped parts with ease. Create the orienta-


Test Research Expands 3D SPI Solutions


San Jose, CA — Test Research, Inc., (TRI) has presented its new 3D sol- der paste inspection (SPI) solution, the TR7007D/Q Plus. The TR7007D/Q Plus 3D SPI


platform is equipped with an im- proved motion controller (EtherCat) and an enhanced 2D light module.


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tion that best suits specific needs and rotate about the z-axis for improved articulation. Onboard I/O and all ports are mounted conveniently on the front of the control box. Janome’s JR3000 series


desktop adjustment package offers a complete dispensing solution based on its JR3000 series desktop robots. This fully integrated system al- lows for rapid teaching via the camera’s crosshair mark, imported CAD data, work- piece detection, and position correction. The integrated Cognex vision system allows users to create the ultimate


dispensing system in three- or four- axis configurations. Janome has also partnered with Marantz to bring an automated opti-


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cal inspection (AOI) solution to mar- ket — the i22X series AOI. This sys- tem is based on the company’s 7.9, 11.8 and 19.7 in. (200, 300 and 500 mm) work envelopes. Cus- tomers may choose the lighting that best suits their challenges and addresses inverted, miss- ing or unsoldered parts. PCBs can be mapped quickly via the


embedded automatic functions. Contact: Janome Industri-


al Equipment USA, Inc., 751 Landmeier Road, Elk Grove


JR3000 series desktop robots.


Village, IL 60007 % 847-357-8870 E-mail: pcohen@janomeie.com Web: www.janomeie.com


TR7007Q Plus 3D SPI system. The new motion controller


achieves real-time measurements and processing on the fly, while the new light module realizes higher uni- formity inspection, less shadow and improved imaging. The system can accurately in-


spect low solder bridges and compen- sate board warpage for eliminating local PCB deformation. The TR7007D/Q Plus is equipped with up to four projectors to ensure a shadow- free inspection. The SPI solution eases data exchange between the production line and the MES of the customer’s choice to enable data


traceability for the connected factory. Contact: Test Research USA,


Inc., 832 Jury Court, Suite 4, San Jose, CA 95112 % 408-567- 9898 fax: 408-567-9288 E-mail: triusa@tri.com.tw Web: www.tri.com.tw


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