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Page 37 Essemtec Offers Highly Versatile Dispensing Platform


Pitman, NJ — Essemtec’s Spider, a compact and high-speed dispenser, can be adapted for a wide range of dispensing applications, including solder paste and SMT glue, LED encapsulation, silver epoxy, dam and fill, underfill, cavity fill, and 3D dispensing with laser height mapping. The state-of-the-art platform requires only


10.8 ft2 (1m2) of floor space. It can run two process- es at the same time with the ability to use two valves. The Spider’s plug-and-play valves make


swapping them out easy. The piezo jet valve is high speed for low-viscosity medium. Additional pumps and valves include time-pressure, volume, screw, and pneumatic jet. The spider offers fully graphical software,


with a 21.5 in. (546 mm) 16:9 HD touchscreen, fin- gertip operation, universal CAD conversion, zoom-


Scienscope Improves Inventory Management at ESI


Chino, CA — Scienscope Internation- al has sold an AXC800 III X-ray com- ponent counter to Electronics Servic- es, Inc., (ESI) an EMS company based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. ESI has an excellent reputation


for its service. Celebrating 40 years in business this year, ESI provides a full range of electronics manufactur- ing services to OEMs in the industri- al, commercial, medical, energy, agri- culture, and HVAC markets. After researching several differ- ent models at different companies


Spider automated dispensing platform.


in camera windows, all-in-one job planning, setup optimization, stock management, ERP/MES inte- gration, data analysis, and line management. The intuitive software platform guides opera-


tors seamlessly from one task to the next. Context- sensitive help provides detailed information with the touch of a question mark icon, taking an oper- ator directly to the information he or she might need.


The spider offers maximum productivity with


up to 150,000 dots per hour with the piezo jet valve and up to 2,000,000 dots per hour in line mode. The system also has a stable mineral-cast chassis


and maintenance-free linear drive motors. Contact: Essemtec USA, 420 Andbro Drive,


Unit 3, Pitman, NJ 08071 % 856-218-1131 E-mail: sales-usa@essemtec.com Web: www.essemtec.com


AXC800 III X-ray component counter.


ESI ultimately decided to purchase an AXC800 III from Scienscope. The AXC800 III X-ray component counter is designed to make inventory man- agement and component counting faster, easier and more accurate than ever before. Reels are simply placed in the


system, the door is closed and the count begins automatically. Within 23 seconds, the system counts four 7 in. (178 mm) reels. In less than 16 seconds, it counts one 13 to 15 in. (330 to 381 mm) reel. The system also includes an in-


ternal barcode scanner and a reel re- moval sensor for automatic label printing. Users will save time, labor, money, and avoid the dreaded line down scenario, due to the lack of a


component. Contact: Scienscope Internation-


al Corp., 5751 Schaefer Avenue, Chino, CA 91710 % 909-525-0608 E-mail: dlumbreras@scienscope.com Web: www.scienscope.com


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